China's stock market has undergone rapid development in recent years. As a result there is a real need for a comprehensive understanding of the Chinese stock market, not only from a scholarship point of view but also for policy makers and investment specialists. Based on academic findings and practitioner observations, this book contains the latest research on China's IPO market, the 2006a2007 market bubble, the development of institutional investors, the stock index futures market, stock sector performance, corporate governance of listed firms, and China's growth enterprise market. Written by a team of experts, the contributors use both quantitative and qualitative analysis and employ statistical methods, ARCH models, fictitious economy theory, and information diffusion theory to review recent achievements, highlight current problems, provide policy suggestions and describe the future prospects for China's stock market. Furthermore, the chief editor of the book, Siwei Cheng, a Chinese statesman and economist, shares his own experience of policy making and regulation inspections in developing China's stock market, and expresses his own viewpoint towards its future development. The book will prove a useful reference piece for future research and is an ideal resource for international investors, researchers, postgraduate students, practitioners and regulators interested in the Chinese stock market.But in reality, because ofthe internationalfinancial crisis in2008, the overallbusiness performanceof Chinaa#39;s listed companies declined. Should Itake investorsa#39; error into consideration, then Chinaa#39;s stock market bubble in early 2007 wasanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Chinese Stock Market Volume II|
|Author||:||Siwei Cheng, Ziran Li|
|Publisher||:||Palgrave Macmillan - 2014-12-15|