Pre-Measurement Model of Rural Eco-financial Risk in Underdeveloped Areas

Hang Zhou

Ekoloji, 2019, Issue 108, Pages: 741-746

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Abstract

This paper evaluates the level of rural financial ecology in 88 counties (cities and districts) by factor analysis, distinguishes and fits the four components of the financial ecology, including economic environment, social credit, market environment, and financial services. According to the evaluation results, it is found that the current rural financial ecology in underdeveloped areas has three characteristics: economic environment is the main factor determining the depth of rural financial services; social credit is the first step to improve rural financial ecology; and rural financial ecology has Matthew effect.)

Keywords

underdeveloped areas, rural ecology, financial risk, factor analysis

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