Developing China's Capital Market: Experiences and Challenges

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China is an increasingly influential emerging economy that is currently attracting the attention of academics, practitioners, and policy makers. The efficient allocation of financial resources is a key determinant of economic growth. Therefore, the development of a capital market is set to play a crucial role in China's ascension toward becoming one of the largest economies in the world. As a transitional economy with a unique institutional background, China also offers an interesting research setting providing ...

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Overview

China is an increasingly influential emerging economy that is currently attracting the attention of academics, practitioners, and policy makers. The efficient allocation of financial resources is a key determinant of economic growth. Therefore, the development of a capital market is set to play a crucial role in China's ascension toward becoming one of the largest economies in the world. As a transitional economy with a unique institutional background, China also offers an interesting research setting providing new insights for finance and accounting literature. This book features cutting edge research on critical issues relating to the experiences and challenges of China's capital market development. The contributors include leading academics from the US, UK, Europe, and China. Topics covered include venture capital, executive remuneration, real estate market, information environment, institutional investors, banking, corporate governance, and financial media.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781137341563
  • Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
  • Publication date: 10/31/2013
  • Pages: 216
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.60 (h) x 0.80 (d)

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Douglas Cumming is Professor of Finance and Entrepreneurship and the Ontario Research Chair at the Schulich School of Business, York University, Canada. Douglas is Associate Editor of the Jourbanal of Banking and Finance and Co-Editor of Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice. He has published over 70 refereed papers since completing his JD/PhD in 1999.
 
Alessandra Guariglia is Professor of Financial Economics at the University of Birmingham, UK. She is Associate Editor of the Jourbanal of Banking and Finance and the European Jourbanal of Finance. The focus of her research is on the links between macroeconomic activity and finance and on the economics of transition in China.
 
Wenxuan Hou is Associate Professor of Finance at the University of Edinburgh Business School, UK. He is Associate Editor of European Jourbanal of Finance and the Founding Director of the China Development and Research Centre, UK. His research focuses on corporate governance, corporate fraud, regulatory reform, and the Chinese capital market.
 
Edward Lee is Associate Professor of Accounting and Finance at Manchester Business School, The University of Manchester, UK. He is Associate Editor of Accounting Business Research and had served as a guest co-editor for European Jourbanal of Finance and Jourbanal of Business Ethics. His research focuses on market based accounting research and regulatory reforms.

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Table of Contents

1. Introduction to the Experiences and Challenges in the Development of the Chinese Capital Market; Douglas Cumming, Alessandra Guariglia, Wenxuan Hou and Edward Lee
2. Information Asymmetry and the Diversification Discount: Evidence from listed firms in China; Michael Firth, Man Jin and Yuanyuan Zhang
3. Asset Pricing under Financial Repression: Evidence from the Chinese Real Estate Boom during 1999-2010; Xiuping Hua and Chris Adcock
4. Venture Capital Investments in China: Reputation, Syndication, and Valuation; Sheng Xiao and Xiangyi Zhou
5. Growth and Challenges in the Development of Institutional Investors in China; Liming Wang, Ningyue Liu and ShuoWang
6. Impact of Foreign Bank Entry on the Performance of Chinese Banks; Yizhe Dong, Alessandra Guariglia and Wenxuan Hou
7. Chinese Executive Compensation: Where Do We Stand?; Martin Conyon and Lerong He
8. Independent Directors and Corporate Performance in China; Hanzhang Jiao, Yizhe Dong, Wenxuan Hou and Edward Lee

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