Are Chinese Residents Willing to Recycle Express Packaging Waste? Evidence from a Bayesian Regularized Neural Network Model

@article{Dong2018AreCR,
  title={Are Chinese Residents Willing to Recycle Express Packaging Waste? Evidence from a Bayesian Regularized Neural Network Model},
  author={Feng Dong and Yifei Hua},
  journal={Sustainability},
  year={2018},
  volume={10},
  pages={4152}
}
While enriching people’s lives, the rapid development of online shopping has posed a severe challenge to the environment. Questionnaires focusing on the intention to recycle packaging waste are designed. These questionnaires contain first-level variables such as recycling behavior attitude, recycling behavior cognition, situational factors, historical recycling behavior, and recycling behavior intention. With the collected questionnaire data, a regression analysis is first conducted on the… Expand
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