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Evaluation on the Construction of Economic and Financial Ecological Environment Based on Sustainable Development

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DOI: 10.23977/pree.2024.050117 | Downloads: 5 | Views: 185


Muyu Chang 1


1 School of Management, Philippine Christian University, Malate, Manila, 1004, Philippine

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Muyu Chang


At present, China has entered a critical period of economic development. The quality of the regional financial ecological environment not only affects the efficiency of regional resource allocation and the stable development of finance, but also determines the attractiveness of the region to economic and financial resources, and ultimately promotes the sustainability of regional economic growth. However, the poor financial environment in some regions has become the main limiting factor of financial ecological environment management, weakening the role of finance in supporting local economy. Therefore, this paper analyzed the per capita GDP, GDP growth rate and environmental management level of the sample cities through the principal component analysis method, and obtained the financial ecology score. The trend of per capita GDP of the cities in the sample has a high similarity with the trend of financial ecological score, which is about 86.43%. To some extent, it showed that the factor that has the greatest impact on the financial ecological environment is the total level of local economic development. This paper provided some reference for improving the regional financial ecological environment and promoting the healthy development of the economy.


Financial Ecosystem, Sustainable Development, Environmental Management, Biomass Metering


Muyu Chang, Evaluation on the Construction of Economic and Financial Ecological Environment Based on Sustainable Development. Population, Resources & Environmental Economics (2024) Vol. 5: 129-139. DOI:


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