The interplay between finance and macroeconomics in China provides a fascinating opportunity for new research. While financial markets are still fast growing and expanding their territory in China, the Chinese economy has been very innovative in advancing financial technologies. The special role of the Chinese government at both the local and national levels in financial activities has broad-reaching implications for macroeconomic performance and growth prospects in the future. This conference will bring together elite scholars to explore the extent of our current understanding and the challenges for future research related to Chinese financial markets and their applications more broadly.
Please Note: Registration for the academic conference is now CLOSED.
Thursday, December 12, 2019
Sessions held in Shunde Building, Room 418 unless otherwise noted.
Nondispersive Uncertainty, Credit Misallocation, and Endogenous Disasters
Pledgeability and Asset Prices: Evidence from the Chinese Corporate Bond Markets
Conglomeration and Capital Allocation in China
Policy Panel: Challenges in Finance and the Macroeconomy in China
Weilun Building Auditorium