Professor of Accounting and Finance, Director of Investment Research Center
PhD, Columbia University
Corporate Finance, Economic Reforms, Financial Accounting, Investments, Real Estate
Why the government’s efforts to stabilize China’s flailing stock markets have not worked so far.
As the Chinese property market slows and complicates the country’s economic outlook, the government faces a tricky balancing act.
The Chinese renminbi reached new highs against the dollar several times in December and is projected to appreciate further in 2014. The worry is that foreign exchange arbitrage is driving up demand for the Chinese currency and this may cause large capital outflows in future. In August 2010, a rusting coin was unearthed in Mambrui, a …
CKGSB’s Liu Jing explains how China’s housing bubble relates to buyer expectations and why now is not the time to buy The real estate market in China is essentially no different from other markets, there are two kinds of buyers: one is looking for a place to live, the other is looking to invest or …