College of Economics, Northwest Minzu University, Lanzhou, 730030, China
Resource depletion and environmental pollution have become global challenges. How to develop a green economy that can both develop the economy and protect the resources and environment is gradually becoming a popular issue of academic interest. This paper constructs a system of indicators to measure the green economy development level according to the relevant theories of economics, and adopts the methods such as the Topsis entropy weight method to measure and analyze the level of green economy development in each province of China from 2011 to 2020. The results show that China's green economy development level index shows a trend of increasing year by year, but the development of green economy in the eastern, central and western regions of China is uneven. Based on the above research results, this paper proposes that we should timely change the concept of economic development, facilitate the development of regional economic coordination, increase the investment in green science and technology, in order to facilitate the development of green economy.
Green economy; Topsis entropy; Weight method of space-time difference
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