The Effect of Green Growth, Environmental Taxes and Eco-Innovations on CO2 Emission in European Union Countries
In China, business continuity management (BCM) has just grown, but only a few research activities have been done. As a result, the current research seeks to provide a more profound knowledge of existing Small and medium-sized Enterprises' BCM practices and provide light on the need help these businesses for economic recovery. Top executives from 150 Chinese small and medium-sized enterprises filled out an online survey from 2015-2020, then used to compile the results. Chinese SME disaster (particularly COVID-19) experiences are revealed in the report, but a lack of business continuity planning and an inability to construct a documented plan is also evident. Although SMEs have varying BCM information and training requirements, the findings show that a company's assessed disaster management, BCM expertise and training conditions are linked to its size, operational duration of disaster experiences and economic recovery. According to the report, it is thus critical to help small enterprises, especially those in disaster-prone regions. Public and private sector involvement is equally vital in promoting BCM practices among small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).
Keywords - Business Continuity Management; Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises; China; Disaster Management; Economic Recovery