Evaluation of green development is crucial for policy analysis and decision-making. To address the research gap on green development assessment systems, this study first presents the Super-efficiency Bounded Adjusted Measure model to gage the green growth index and economic growth index. This analysis involves evaluation of the coupling coordination degree. Through the analysis of the coordination between green growth and economic growth leads to recommendations for each region under consideration in regards to promotion of the components of the sustainable growth. This study presents the model that melds the objectives of the green and economic growth and uses the results for constructing the sustainable development Lorenz curve and Gini coefficient for the analysis of the differences in the sustainable development levels across the regions. The empirical case is presented to show the possibilities for application of the proposed approach.
Gu, J.; Zeng, S.; Chen, W.; Baležentis, T.; Šapolaitė, V. 2023. Tracking sustainable development from the dual perspective of environmental and economic performance: A dynamic framework and coupling coordination degree. Sustainable development: Wiley. ISSN 0968-0802. eISSN 1099-1719. p. 1–14. DOI: 10.1002/sd.2816. [Current Contents / Social & Behavioral Sciences; Science Citation Index Expanded (Web of Science)].