2 edition of Economic reform and the demand for money in China found in the catalog.
Economic reform and the demand for money in China
International Monetary Fund.
|Statement||prepared by David Burton and Jiming Ha.|
|Series||IMF working paper -- WP/90/42|
|Contributions||Burton, David., Ha, Jiming., International Monetary Fund. Asian Dept.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||21 p. --|
|Number of Pages||21|
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Publisher Summary. This chapter focuses on money and price level determination in China. The possible effect of an increase in money supply on inflation became an important issue for the Chinese economic reform officials inwhen currency in circulation had increased by about 50% from the end of to the end ofmainly as a result of the policy to allow individual banks the.
China encountered problems preserving economic stability while pursuing reforms aimed at increasing its economic flexibility and efficiency. This paper examines China's experience with market-oriented reforms sinceoffering lessons for other centrally planned economies in.
The estimated models fit the data reasonably well and appear to be relatively stable. Money demand is found to be sensitive to changes in expected inflation. In the case of currency, demand increases in the short term in response to an increase in expected inflation even though there is a fall in demand in the long run.
economic reform, a long-run equilibrium money demand function does not exist in China throughout the half-century sample period from to Keywords: money demand; economic reform, cointegration 1．Introduction China has experienced a transition from the central planning economy towards the market-based economy since the late ’s.
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