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What is the “new normal” after the recent global financial crisis? By now, the “new normal” carries a multitude of meanings and reflects the changes triggered by the crisis. Some versions of the new normal are, for example, the slow and protracted recovery process, the de-leveraging of...
Topics: - China’s banking sector and its developments - China’s capital markets - Financing of investments in China and the role of financial markets in it - Potential for cross-border capital flows and capital controls - Sequencing of liberalization steps and reforms
The conference invites researchers to present their original works on contemporary issues related to the Chinese renminbi and the global economy. Possible topics include, but are not necessarily limited to, the following: - China’s exchange rate policy and global imbalances - China and...
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