Digital Inclusive Finance and Green and Low‐carbon Agricultural Development

Take the Cities in The Yellow River Basin as An Example


  • Huilin Jiang
  • Zheng Liu
  • Xiyao Wang
  • Yuqing Chen



Digital Inclusive Finance, Yellow River basin, Agricultural Green Total Factor Productivity Green Total Factor Productivity (GTFP), Agricultural Green Development.


Under the two-carbon target, the road of green development in China has reached a new height. This paper is based on the SBM-GML model of 2001-2019 the Yellow River basin nine provinces of agricultural green total factor productivity, combined with the number of Beijing university Digital Inclusive Financial index, from the perspective of time series, space to explore the Digital Inclusive Financial and the relationship between agricultural green low carbon development, for the Yellow River city Green High Quality Development.


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How to Cite

Jiang, H., Liu, Z., Wang, X., & Chen, Y. (2023). Digital Inclusive Finance and Green and Low‐carbon Agricultural Development: Take the Cities in The Yellow River Basin as An Example. Frontiers in Business, Economics and Management, 9(1), 238–243.