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The Chinese Stock Market

Efficiency, Predictability and Profitability. Advances in Chinese Economic Studies Series

Format: Hardback
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd, Cheltenham, United Kingdom
Published: 28th Sep 2004
Dimensions: w 234mm h 156mm d 20mm
Weight: 548g
ISBN-10: 1843766221
ISBN-13: 9781843766223
Barcode No: 9781843766223
Synopsis
The emergence of a stock market in China only occurred a decade ago and it remains something of an unknown quantity to many observers and traders outside of the country. This book provides an extensive historical and empirical analysis of the Chinese stock-market, the development of which is an integral part of the process of economic modernization that began in China in the late 1970s. The authors address a variety of critical topics to assess the efficiency, predictability and profitability of the Chinese stock-market. They carefully examine the evolution and performance of the market over the past ten years and measure its level of efficiency using an array of empirical studies. The results reveal that not only is the stock market far from efficient but that it has also failed to properly integrate with other regional markets. Thus, the authors propose further reforms which they argue are necessary for the stock market to realize its full potential contribution to the operation of China's financial markets and to its continuing economic development. The stock market in China will undoubtedly grow in importance and international influence during the next ten years. As such, this valuable new book will be required reading for economic researchers, business economists and market analysts, as well as academics with an interest in Chinese business and Asian finance.

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`. . . this book succeeds in its mission of analysing the efficiency, predictability and profitability of the Chinese stock market. It is strongly recommended to scholars. It is additionally recommended to practitioners involved in the market, sharing its prosperity and avoiding the possible risk. This book is also recommended to the students who want to learn the systematic application of econometric modelling to market efficiency analysis.' -- Shiguang Ma, Economic Record