Research on Comparison of Financial Subsidy Types for “Replacing Man with Machine”—Based on Generalized Nash Bargaining Scheme
Abstract: There are two financial subsidy types for “replacing man with machine”, one of which is fixed ratio subsidy that government provides subsidy for equipment buyer by a certain ratio of equipment price, and the other of which is fixed volume subsidy that government provides subsidy for equipment buyer by a specific amount of money. Based on Generalized Nash Bargaining Scheme, bargaining models between equipment supplier and buyer were established respectively under the two subsidy types to investigate and compare the effectiveness of government subsidy. It is found that fixed volume subsidy, under the same amount of subsidy capital, can incentive more equipment purchase and the net benefit of these enterprises increases more than that under fixed ratio subsidy.
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