Since the Shanghai and Shenzhen Stock Exchanges were launched in the late 1990s, China’s capital markets have made considerable progress over the past twenty years, transforming the country into a major capital market in the Asia-Pacific region and the largest emerging capital market in the world. Based on the methodologies of modern economics and finance as well as the Chinese experience, Evolution of China’s Capital Markets aims to conduct an in-depth and systematic investigation of the history and development of China’s capital markets. Factors affecting the development of China’s capital markets such as institutional arrangement, game rules, modes of conduct, and capacity structure are examined. The book also forecasts the future orientation of China’s capital markets.
- Written by a group of prominent Chinese economists, the series represents a concerted effort to analyze the China Miracle as well as predict the nation’s future development.
- Each book examines a different aspect of the reform such as agriculture, capital markets, administrative system, fiscal system, and banking industry.
- Contains numerous graphs and tables.
Also available in Gale Virtual Reference Library (eBook)
© 2011. Available in November 2011
eBook ISBN: 9789814352024
This title is part of China's Reform Studies Series 2 that include:
1. China’s Agricultural and Rural Development (1978-2008)
2. Development and Reform of China’s Banking System
3. Evolution of China’s Capital Markets
4. Fiscal Reform in China (1978–2008)
5. Reform of China’s Administrative System
6. Rural Reform in China
China's Reform Studies Series 2
Print ISBN: 9789000013340 (Set)
Print Price: U$900.00 / set
Also available in GVRL (eBook)
eBook ISBN: 9789000013333 (Set)