The impact of the degree of coupling coordination between green finance and environmental regulations on firms’ innovation performance: evidence from China

Tianle Yang, Zhennan Sun, Min Du, Qunyang Du*, Lei Li, Fatima Shuwaikh

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Integrating the resource-based view and institution-based view theories, this paper examines the impact of the degree of coupling coordination between green finance and environmental regulations on firms’ innovation performance. Using a sample of 1698 listed firms in China from 2008 to 2017, we find that the degree of coupling coordination between the regional green finance development level and environmental regulations is positively related to firms’ innovation performance. Further, the results show that the degree of state ownership and government governance efficiency strengthen this positive relationship. We deepen our understanding of how environmental institutions coordinate to affect firms’ innovation performance by combining the resource- and institution-based view theories.
Idioma originalEnglish
RevistaAnnals of Operations Research
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Estado da publicaçãoAceite para publicação - 2023
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