The Synergistic Model of Financial Ecological Assets Composition and Environmental Benefit Price Index

Hongyu Yang

Ekoloji, 2019, Issue 108, Pages: 1107-1111

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Abstract

Financial ecological assets refer to the environmental conditions faced by financial structure and financial activities, which are composed of political, social, cultural, ideological, institutional conditions, policy constraints, micro-foundation, laws and regulations, traditional habits and other factors. Building a good financial ecological environment is not only conducive to the development and growth of the financial industry, but also conducive to enlarging the "depression effect" of capital accumulation, guiding the scientific and rational allocation of resources, and promoting the sustainable development of local economy.

Keywords

financial ecological assets, environmental benefits, price index

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