Journal article 163 views
The impact of green credit policy on enterprises' financing behavior: Evidence from Chinese heavily-polluting listed companies
Journal of Cleaner Production, Volume: 363, Start page: 132458
Swansea University Author: Abedin Abedin
Full text not available from this repository: check for access using links below.
The enterprise's financing response to the green credit policy is of great significance. It is related to whether green finance can successfully accelerate enterprises' technological upgrading and transformation. Based on Propensity Score Matching-Difference in Difference (PSM-DID) model,...
|Journal of Cleaner Production
Check full text
No Tags, Be the first to tag this record!
The enterprise's financing response to the green credit policy is of great significance. It is related to whether green finance can successfully accelerate enterprises' technological upgrading and transformation. Based on Propensity Score Matching-Difference in Difference (PSM-DID) model, this paper studies the impact of green credit policy on financing behavior of the heavily-polluting listed companies in China from 2008 to 2020. The results show that the illiquid debt financing behavior of heavily-polluting enterprises has a clear downward trend since China's "Green Credit Guidelines" were implemented, while liquid debt and commercial credit, as alternative financing methods for enterprises, have increased significantly. Through further analysis, we found that state-owned enterprises (SOE) are more affected by green credit policy than non-state-owned enterprises (NSOE), and companies in regions with a lower green development index are more affected by green credit policy than companies in higher green developing regions. Although China's green credit policy has a certain inhibitory effect on the illiquid debts financing behavior of heavily-polluting enterprises, it has failed to allocate the capital flow effectively due to the firm-level alternative financing response to the green credit policy. From the managerial significance of the policy, the signal guidance of green finance needs to be strengthened for enterprises.
Green finance, Green credit policy, Alternative financing, Commercial credit, Heavily-polluting listed companies
Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences