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Role of Financial System in the Fall and Rise of China 10th – 21st century5 episodes / 5 uploaded
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Reform and Opening-up

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Professor Ding Yifan offers a review of China’s financial development specifically highlighting how it is both a result of global competition and a consequential determinant in shaping a country’s overall capabilities.


About the Instructor
Ding Yifan
Senior Fellow at Renmin University, Senior Fellow of the Development Research Center of the State Council of China Long-term advisor to Beijing’s policies regarding economic reforms

In the decade following its initiation of Reform and Opening-up in the 1970s, China faced reluctance from global investors due to concerns about its planned economy. To address these concerns, China committed to transitioning toward a market economy in the 1990s through extensive banking reforms, the establishment of stock exchange markets, and accession to the WTO.