Muhammad Risal Tawil, Emi Yulia Siska, Emi Yulia Siska, Muhammad Lucky, Muhammad Lucky, Subur Harahap, Subur Harahap, Melinda Melinda, Melinda Melinda


This research aims to examine the influence of financial development on emissions in Indonesia in 2015-2023 by adding economic growth as a moderating variable. The data is panel data, which was tested with the help of SmartPLS software. The research results show that financial development has a significant and positive effect on emissions. Economic growth is able to moderate the relationship between economic growth and emissions disclosure. It is hoped that this research will become a basis for consideration for investors in making investment decisions, especially in companies.
Keywords: Economic Growth, Emissions, Financial Development.

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