Analysis of Influence Factors for Reverse Recycling of Damaged Shared Bicycles Based on CRITIC-DEMATEL Method

  • Fu-min DengEmail author
  • Xian-yi Peng
  • Jing Xu
Conference paper


Considering the low recovery and reuse rate in recycling damaged shared bicycle currently, this paper aims to conduct systematic studies on influence factors in terms of enterprise, product, government, and society. Combining objective weight valuation of the CRITIC (Criteria Importance though Intercrieria Correlation) method and causal classification and importance analysis of the DEMATEL (Decision Making Trial and Evaluation Laboratory) method. we overcome the shortcomings of the traditional DEMATEL method that establish initial direct influence matrix based on expert scoring or questionnaire survey, thus putting forward the CRITIC-DEMATEL method. The research example shows that the new method not only can effectively identify the key factors affecting the reverse recycling of damaged shared bicycles, but also can improve the accuracy of solving actual problems, while at the same time, it can provide scientific support for the damaged bicycle recycling.


Damaged shared bicycles DEMATEL CRITIC Influence factors Reverse recycling 



This paper is funded by the Social Science Program (SC17TJ010) of “13th Five-Year” plan for the year 2017 in Sichuan Province.


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Industrial EngineeringSichuan UniversityChengduChina

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