China: Erfolgreiches Krisenmanagement

China beunruhigt die westliche Welt. Für viele Branchen entwickelt sich das Land zum wichtigsten, ja überlebenswichtigen Markt, und sein robustes Wirtschaftswachstum (8,7% 2009, mit einer erneuten Beschleunigung 2010) hat dazu beigetragen, die Folgen der Finanzkrise weltweit abzufedern.

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Literaturliste

China and the credit crisis : the emergence of a new world order / by Giles Chance.

Impact of the US credit crunch and housing market crisis on China / Shujie Yao, Dan Luo and Stephen Morgan.

  • (2010) In: Journal of contemporary China. – Bd. 19.2010, 64, (Mar.2010) S. 401-417.
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  • (2008) Research paper / Leverhulme Centre for Research on Globalisation and Economic Policy ; 2008,32 : China and the world economy; Online-Ressource (PDF-Datei: 33 S.).
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The role of macroeconomic policy in China’s high economic growth amidst the global financial crisis / Xu Mingqi.

China and the global economic crisis / ed. by Yongnian Zheng ….

  • (2010) Series on contemporary China ; 22; XIII, 294 S.
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  • China’s new social policy : initiatives for a harmonious society / ed. by Zhao Litao ….
    (2009) Series on contemporary China ; 20; XVI, 228 S.

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  • Interpreting China’s development / eds.: Wang Gungwu ….
    (c 2007) Singapore [u.a.]; XVI, 265 S.

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Global liquidity, world savings glut and global policy coordination / by Ansgar Belke and Daniel Gros.
The global imbalances of the 2000s and the recent global financial crisis are intimately connected. Both originate in the combination of economic policies adopted by the two key economies, the US and China. Global financial markets served as a transmission belt, both during the boom as during the bust. In the US, the interaction among the Fed’s monetary stance, global real interest rates, distorted incentives in credit markets, and financial innovation created the mix of conditions which first drove growth, but then made the US the epicenter of the global financial crisis. Exchange rate and other economic policies followed by emerging markets such as China and the oil-exporting countries contributed to the US ability to borrow cheaply abroad and thereby finance its unsustainable housing bubble during the upswing. But we find that the key drivers of asset prices are global liquidity conditions. Central banks flooded the markets with ample liquidity. Mopping up this excess liquidity will be one major task for central banks worldwide, which needs to be done in a coordinated fashion. Moreover, our analysis has shown that liquidity will first show up in asset price inflation and only later in consumer goods inflation. This renders it difficult for central bank to exit from their current very expansive monetary policy stance if they continue to focus only on price stability. — Asset prices ; China ; current account adjustment ; global liquidity ; oil prices ; savings glut ; monetary policy ; policy coordination

  • (2010) Discussion papers / German Institute for Economic Research ; 973; Online-Ressource (19 S., 245 KB).
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The five biggest questions about the Chinese economy / Martin C. Spechler.

China’s development challenges : economic vulnerability and public sector reform / Richard Schiere.

  • (2010) London [u.a.]: Routledge; XV, 155 S.
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  • China’s post-reform economy : achieving harmony, sustaining growth / ed. by Richard Sanders and Yang Chen.
    (2007) Routledge studies on the Chinese economy ; 29; XVI, 253 S.

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Global finance in crisis : the politics of international regulatory change / Centre for the Study of Globalisation and Regionalisation. Ed. by Eric Helleiner, Stefano Pagliari, and Hubert Zimmermann.

  • (2010) Warwick studies in globalisation; XIII, 200 S.
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  • Chinese attitudes towards global financial regulatory co-operation : revisionist or status quo? / Andrew Walter.
    (2010) In: Global finance in crisis. – 2010, S. 153-169.

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China and the global economic crisis / Guy de Jonquières.

China’s new international financial strategy amid the global financial crisis / Ming Zhang.

China’s economic policy in the time of the global financial crisis : which way out? / Margot Schüller and Yun Schüler-Zhou.

Das chinesische Finanzsystem : ist China auf dem Weg zu einem effizienten und stabilen Finanzsystem? / Tak-hong Yuen.

China in der globalen Finanzmarktkrise : wirtschaftspolitische Strategien und Strukturprobleme / Margot Schüller.

A look at China in the current crisis / Christoph Zeiner.

Paradoxes of China’s economic boom / Martin King Whyte.

Managing the China challenge : global perspectives / ed. by Quansheng Zhao ….

China’s economic linkages and financial markets / Hung-Gay Fung.

China’s reform in the shadow of the global financial crisis : annual report on reform / China Institute for Reform and Development. Chief compiler, Chi Fulin.

Spillovers of the U.S. subprime financial turmoil to mainland China and Hong Kong SAR : evidence from stock markets / Tao Sun and Xiaojing Zhang.

Financial market turmoil : implications for monetary policy transmission in China / Chengsi Zhang; Joel Clovis.

Asia and the subprime crisis : lifting the veil on the ‘financial tsunami’ / Chi Lo.

China and the global economic crisis / András Inotai.

Die Grenzen des Aufschwungs : mit einem umfassenden Konjunkturprogramm will China seine Wirtschaft stabilisieren und zugleich auf die Zukunft vorbereiten / Barbara Unmüßig.

Will the financial crisis become the turning point for China’s auto industry? : a dynamic computable general equilibrium analysis with imperfect competition / Hao Xiao, Shujin Zhu and Lafang Wang.

Globalization, transparency and economic growth : the vulnerability of Chinese firms to macroeconomic shocks

  • (23 Sept. 2008) IFN working paper ; 768; Online-Ressource, 26 S. = 87 KB, Text.
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Dealing with the contagion : China and India in the aftermath of the subprime meltdown / Shalendra D. Sharma.

Asia is learning the wrong lessons from its 1997 – 98 financial crisis : the rising risks of a new and different type of financial crisis in Asia / Nouriel Roubini.

  • (2009) In: The macroeconomics of global imbalances. – London [ua.a.]. – 2009, S. 83-102.
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China in the wake of Asia’s financial crisis / ed. by Wang Mengkui.

Combating China’s export contraction : fiscal expansion or accelerated industrial reform? / by Rod Tyers and Ling Huang.

The impact of the global financial crisis on business cycles in Asian emerging economies / Jarko Fidrmuc; Iikka Korhonen.
We analyze the transmission of global financial crisis to business cycles in China and India. The pattern of business cycles in emerging Asian economies generally displays a low degree of synchronization with the OECD countries, which is consistent with the decoupling hypothesis. By contrast, however, the current financial crisis has had a significant effect on economic developments in emerging Asian economies. Applying dynamic correlations, we find wide differences for different frequencies of cyclical development. More specifically, at business cycle frequencies, dynamic correlations are typically low or negative, but they are also influenced most by the global financial crisis. Finally, we find a significant link between trade ties and dynamic correlations of GDP growth rates in emerging Asian countries and OECD countries. — financial crisis ; business cycles ; decoupling ; trade ; dynamic correlation

  • (2009) CESifo working paper series ; 2710 : Monetary policy and international finance; 21 S.
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  • (2009) BOFIT Discussion papers ; 11/2009; Online-Ressource (29 S., 764,17 KB).
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From Asian to global financial crisis : an Asian regulator’s view of unfettered finance in the 1990s and 2000s / Andrew Sheng.

Impacts of the global financial crisis on small and medium enterprises in the People’s Republic of China / Xiangfeng Liu.

Konjunkturschlaglicht : bessere Aussichten in China / Jana Stöver.

China: globales Leitbild für Wachstum und Fortschritt? / Carsten Herrmann-Pillath.

Die Außenhandelspolitik der EU gegenüber China / Ansgar Belke, Julia Spies.

Konjunkturschlaglicht : Wechselkurspolitik in China / Günter Weinert.

Konjunkturschlaglicht: Wachstumszentrum China / Günter Weinert.

Wesentliches Schlagwort: Finanzmarktkrise

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