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The effects of short-term interest rates on output, price and exchange rates: recent evidence from China
(Institute for Business and Finance Research, LLC, 2010)
This paper utilizes VAR techniques to examine the relationship between a policy related variable and selected macro-variables in China. Johansen’s cointegration tests fail to find a moving equilibrium among the related ...
Evaluating McCallum rule as policy guideline for China
(Lincoln University. Faculty of Commerce. Department of Accounting, Economics and Finance., 2010)
Economists have reached a consensus that central bank could improve its policy efficiency by following a monetary policy rule. Given that money supply is the People’s Bank of China (PBC) principal policy instrument and its ...
Accessibility to microcredit by Chinese rural households
(Lincoln University. Faculty of Commerce. Department of Accounting, Economics and Finance, 2010)
This paper examines key factors influencing the accessibility of microcredit by rural households in China. The empirical approach is built upon logistic regression and data are collected through a household survey. A total ...
An empirical analysis of house price bubble: a case study of Beijing housing market
(Macrothink Institute, 2013)
Increases in house prices can lead to higher house price volatility, a significant determinant of default and the prepayment of housing loans (Miles, 2008). Many researchers believe that significant growth in house price ...