China’s shadow banking has been a top issue in the past few years. Scholars, policymakers, and professionals around the world are seeking deeper insight into the subject, and the authors had unique insight into the sector through their positions high up in the regulatory apparatus. "Regulating China’s Shadow Banks" focuses on the regulation of shadow banks in China and provides crucial information to demystify China’s shadow banking and associated regulatory challenges.
This book defines "shadow banking" in the Chinese context, analyzes the impact of shadow banking on the Chinese economy, includes a full-scale analysis on the current status of Chinese financial regulation, and provides valuable advice on the regulation of China’s shadow banks.
1: A Basic Theory of Shadow Banking 2: The Emergence of Chinese Shadow Banking and its Current Stage 3: Financial Institutions Supervised by the "Three Commissions" and Their Businesses 4: Research on Quasi-Financial Institutions and Their Businesses: Regulation by Ministries, Commissions and Local Governments 5: Currently Unregulated Institutions and New Businesses in Financial Markets 6: The Impact of Shadow Banking on the Macroeconomy and Financial System 7: Recommendations for the Regulation of Shadow Banking
The China Perspectives series focuses on translating and publishing works by leading Chinese scholars, writing about both global topics and China-related themes. It covers Humanities & Social Sciences, Education, Media and Psychology, as well as many interdisciplinary themes.
This is the first time that any of these books have been translated into English for international readers. The series aims to put forward a Chinese perspective, give insights into cutting-edge academic thinking in China, and inspire researchers globally.