Research on Risk Sharing of Creative Industrial Park by Recycling Old Industrial Buildings
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- old industrial building, recycling, creative industry park, risk sharing
Compared with ordinary buildings, Old industrial buildings have short construction period; Lack of policies, regulations and technical standards. In order to ensure the successful implementation of the old industrial building recycling project, all participants must share the project risks reasonably. This paper takes the project of old industrial building recycling as the research object. Firstly, the Delphi method is adopted to identify the project risk. Based on the incomplete contract theory, the risk is clearly divided into the contracting stage and the risk of the performance stage. Secondly, based on participant satisfaction, build index system of risk sharing, using C-OWA operator for risk sharing weighting, avoid the ill effects of the expert subjective preferences, under TOPSIS and UT theory, form a sharing mode that is complete, reasonably define the responsibility attribution of risks and determine the optimal sharing proportion of Shared risks. Finally, the model is applied to a creative industrial park project transformed from a steel mill in Shanxi province to prove the rationality of the model, and provide reference for the formulation of risk sharing scheme of China's old industrial building recycling project.
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TY - CONF AU - Qian Wu AU - Jiayu Li AU - Xiaoyan Ding AU - Li Wang AU - Na Li PY - 2019/11 DA - 2019/11 TI - Research on Risk Sharing of Creative Industrial Park by Recycling Old Industrial Buildings BT - Proceedings of the Fourth Symposium on Disaster Risk Analysis and Management in Chinese Littoral Regions (DRAMCLR 2019) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 39 EP - 46 SN - 1951-6851 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/dramclr-19.2019.39 DO - https://doi.org/10.2991/dramclr-19.2019.39 ID - Wu2019/11 ER -