THE INFLUENCE OF FINANCIAL DEVELOPMENT ON EMISSIONS IN INDONESIA WITH ECONOMIC GROWTH AS A MODERATING VARIABLE

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

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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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