Student at Jamnabai Narsee International School, India
Professor at Atharva Institute of Management Studies, India
This research paper looks at the role of financial markets in driving long-term economic growth from different points of view. The study looks at the links between financial markets and the real economy, institutional investors and corporate governance, equity, commodity, and currency derivatives markets, financial analytics and fintech, market regulations and market development, and market microstructure and liquidity. This article looks at the roles that investors, regulators, and policymakers, among others, play in shaping these relationships and coming up with plans for long-term growth. The study also looks at case studies of successful projects that have used the power of financial markets to help people and the environment, such as the creation of social stock exchanges and the use of financial analytics to help people invest in ways that are good for society and the environment. The research shows how important it is for stakeholders to be involved in making good changes that will lead to a more sustainable future. This research study helps us learn more about how complex and changing the relationship is between financial markets and sustainable economic growth. It also shows how methods and projects can be used to reach sustainable development goals.
International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 6, Issue 2, Page 2186 - 2190DOI: https://doij.org/10.10000/IJLMH.114601
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