Money, Banking, and Financial Markets in China

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Money, Banking, and Financial Markets in China *
  • Contents *
  • Figures *
  • Tables *
  • Preface and Acknowledgments *
  • Acronyms *
  • 1 - Introduction 1
  • Part One - Financial System in China: an Overview *
  • 2 - The Money and Banking System before the Reform 19
  • 3 - Reforming the Banking System 27
  • Part Two - The Money Supply Process *
  • 4 - What is Money? 43
  • 5 - The Money Supply Process 53
  • 6 - Monetary Policies 65
  • 7 - Interest Rates 75
  • Part Three - The Demand for Money *
  • 8 - The Velocity of Money 101
  • 9 - Evidence of the Monetization Process 115
  • 10 - Inflation Expectations and Price Instability 137
  • 11 - The Demand for Money 155
  • Part Four - Money and Inflation *
  • 12 - Price Reforms and Inflation 191
  • 13 - Models of Inflation in China 215
  • 14 - Money and Economic Activity 231
  • Part Five - Financial Markets in China *
  • 15 - Nonbank Financial Institutions 241
  • 16 - The Stock and Bond Markets 257
  • Epilogue 281
  • References 285
  • Author Index 295
  • Subject Index 299
  • About the Book and Author *
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