Category: China

Page 1/3

China

Shadow banking in China

In China it was expansionary fiscal policy (and not monetary policy) that contributed to the rapid rise in shadow banking which persists despite efforts from the government to contain it.

China

A China shock: impact on global markets

New research identifies the channels through which an economic shock in China, such as a crisis in the Chinese property sector, impacts global financial markets and the U.S.

China

Serious pessimism over China’s economic prospects

The role of government in China  has increased since 2013. How this change has affected the country’s ability to follow activist macroeconomic policy?  What are the emerging structural headwinds faced by the Chinese economy?

China

China’s slowdown: how bad is it?

Why views vary so widely?

China

The U.S.-China deteriorating relation

In a recent speech, Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen reversed the terms of engagement with China.

China

What happens in China, stays in China. Or does it?

Some interesting facts about the governance style of China’s Communist Party and future prospects.  How China affects the global financial system despite its smaller presence in global financial markets.

China

On China’s external position

China’s exports are declining and demographics could soon turn China into a deficit country.

China

Dark clouds over China

Foreign firms might shift out of China as they face a more controlling, politicised and repressive governance structure. Chinese population growth is on the decline and gains from global trade are shrinking.

China

How fast can China grow?

China’s economy appears to be stalling. Has the country’s pattern of growth shifted in the wrong direction?

China

How worrisome is China’s growth decline?

New research shows that the Chinese economy is actually contracting, while the  natural interest rate in China has declined to levels observed in many other economies.

Theme by Anders Norén