The market-based interest rate reform remains a core part of China’s financial reforms, and an important topic of both theoretical and policy studies. This book presents a comprehensive analysis of the process and logic of China’s interest rate reform from a historical perspective. It is structured along three lines, i.e. loosening interest rate controls, establishing market-based interest rates, and building an effective interest rate adjustment mechanism, and systematically reviews the characteristics and evolvement of the reform process. The book further explores the lessons and challenges of the reform by examining China’s development stage and auxiliary reforms needed, and offers policy recommendations on how to further push forward the reform.
About the Author
China Finance 40 Forum (CF40) is a leading independent think tank dedicated to policy research in the fields of macroeconomics and finance. In addition, it is a platform with over 300 members from governmental agencies, financial institutions, and academia. The core membership consists of about 40 influential experts around the age of 40.
CF40 Research Group members: Lu Lei, Liu Xiangyun, Niu Muhong, Li Hongjin, Mo Wangui, Zhang Huaiqing, Ma Zhiyang, Chen Jun, Yao Jingchao, Wang Jinhui, Guo Qi, Zhang Zhaoyan
Main translators: Tao Mengying, Xie Yuelan, Qu Qiang, Hu Bing, Gao Zheng, Sam Overholt, Niu Muyao
Table of Contents
Preface Chapter 1 Interest Rate Deregulation: China’s Path Chapter 2 Characteristics of China’s Interest Rate System Chapter 3 Central Bank Interest Rate Adjustment over the Course of Market-based Interest-rate Reform Chapter 4 Interest Rate Liberalization and Economic and Financial Development Chapter 5 Market-based interest rate reform and the construction of related systems Chapter 6 Overall Evaluation and Policy Recommendation on China’s Interest Rate Reform References Index