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Master Thesis

Do investors and countries commit to more sustainable finance since Covid-19 crisis?

Abstract : This research was developed to study whether the COVID-19 crisis had enabled all actors in the world to become aware of the ecological emergency that we are facing now and in the future. And if this awareness is reflected through the commitment to sustainable finance by investors and countries. For this, the study analyses the demand and the supply of Green Bonds since the beginning of the COVID-19 crisis. In addition, this research gives various literature reviews on sustainable finance, Green Bonds, reactions of stock markets since the start of the COVID-19 crisis and reactions of countries to the pandemic through their recovery plans. This coupled with an overview of the environmental issues, development and reasons surrounding the pandemic, as well as various facts leading us to believe that people feel fear about the future. Makes me expect that we can observe a growing interest in Green Bonds since the start of the COVID19 crisis which is reflected by an increase in demand and supply of Green Bonds.
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Lucy Dupuy. Do investors and countries commit to more sustainable finance since Covid-19 crisis?. Business administration. 2021. ⟨dumas-03552138⟩



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