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1 online resource (504 p.) : 206 b/w illus. 64 tables. 3 maps
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Englisch
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ISBN: 9780691205847
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Schlagwörter
Banks and banking / China, Capital market / China, Finance / China, Monetary policy / China, A-shares, Chinese investment funds, Chinese mutual funds, Fintech cities, IFRS, IPO reform, SOEs, Shanghai stock exchange, Shenzhen stock exchange, VC, banking;monetary policy;banking institutions;banking regulations;monetary policy;monetary policy instruments;interest rate liberalization;bond markets;money markets;interbank markets;real state market;infrastructure financing;RMB internationalization;capital account liberalization;stock market;investor behavior;corporate governance;accounting system;asset management;mutual funds;mutual fund industry;pension system;pensions;fintech;fintech development;state-owned commercial banks;microprudential supervision initiatives;macroprudential policies;shadow banking;market economy;Taylor rule;McCallum rule;central bank independence;interest rates;price-based policy instruments;quantity-based policy instruments;foreign exchange;domestic assets;PBC policy rates;benchmark rates;liquidity facility rates;credit market rates;credit extension;RMB lending;bond credit ratings;local government financing vehicles;LGFV;US dollar;British pound;Euro;Japanese yen;IMF;RMB cross-border flows;foreign direct investment;FDI;Q schemes;RQFII, QDII;QFII;C schemes;stock connect;bond connect;Chinese rating agency, basic social security, employer-sponsored annuity programs, equity markets, familiarity, fintech regulatory developments, hedge funds, internet usage, investor behavioral biases, limited attention, loss aversion, online shopping, overconfidence, private equity funds, public pension scheme, representativeness bias, shareholder activism, stock market regulations, venture capital funds, venture capital market, BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / International / Economics
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