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Enter the dragon : China in the international financial system

Author: Domenico Lombardi; Hongying Wang
Publisher: Waterloo, ON, Canada : CIGI, Centre for International Governance Innovation, [2015] ©2015
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China has experienced a remarkable transformation since the 1990s. It now boasts the second-largest -- some would argue the largest -- economy in the world, having evolved from a closed economy into the leading goods-trading nation. China's economic rise has given it increasing prominence in international monetary and financial governance, but it also exposes China to new risks associated with its integration into  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Enter the dragon.
Waterloo, ON, Canada : CIGI, Centre for International Governance Innovation, [2015]
(DLC) 2016427538
(OCoLC)926066301
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Domenico Lombardi; Hongying Wang
ISBN: 9781928096467 1928096468 9781928096160 1928096166
OCLC Number: 962055860
Description: 1 online resource (xi, 427 pages) : illustrations
Contents: China's Power and the International Use of the RMB / Juan Carlos Martinez Oliva --
The Political Logic of RMB Internationalization: A Unique Journey to a Major Global Currency / Alex He --
Sequencing RMB Internationalization / Barry Eichengreen --
Assessing the Potential of RMB Trade Settlemen / Qiyuan Xu --
The Political Limits to RMB Internationalization / Randall Germain and Herman Mark Schwartz --
Constraints of Currency Intervention on China's Monetary Policy / Hailong Jin, Domenico Lombardi and Coby Hu --
China's Rise as an International Creditor: Sign of Strength? / Stuart S. Brown and Hongying Wang --
The Domestic Political Sources of China's International Financial Policies / David A. Steinberg --
Internationalization of China's Bond Market, Development of Offshore RMB Centres and Provision of Global Safe Assets / Liu Dongmin --
China at the IMF / Bessma Momani --
China at the G20: Review, Expectation, Strategy and Agenda / Alex He --
China's Role in Financial Standard Setting after the 2007-2009 Financial Crisis: The Case of Basel III and Shadow Banking Reform / David Kempthorne --
China's Engagement in Minilateral Financial Cooperation: Motivations and Implications / Hongying Wang.
Responsibility: edited by Domenico Lombardi and Hongying Wang.
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Contributes to the ongoing debate over China's political interests, agenda for economic and financial cooperation, and the domestic and international implications. The book argues that China's rise  Read more...

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