The (un)bearable lightness of finance: stock market volatility in China | ThinkIn China

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by Project Pengyou on September 22nd, 2015   461 views

When and Where

  • 22/09/2015
    7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

  • Bridge Cafe
    12-8 Huaqing JIayuan, Wudaokou;, Beijing, China
    Beijing
    China
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The (un)bearable lightness of finance: stock market volatility in China | ThinkIn China

Event Details

In this talk, Peking University professor Jiang Guohua will analyze the history of China’s stock market, explaining some fundamental issues that have an impact on the development of stock market, in particular, and capital market, in general, and stock investing in China.

The (un)bearable lightness of finance:
stock market volatility in China

Date:     September 22nd, 2015
Time:    19.00
Venue:  The Bridge Cafe, Rm 8, Bldg 12, Chengfu lu, Beijing
北京市海淀区成府路五道口华清嘉园12号楼8号

JIANG Guohua, 姜国华 Professor of Accounting, Guanghua School of Management; Director of Operations, Yenching Academy, Peking University.

Emerging from a planned/state-controlled economy and after the economic reform and open door policy of 1978, China launched its stock market in 1990. Other parts of the capital market followed closely. In this talk, Peking University professor Jiang Guohua will analyze the history of China’s stock market, explaining some fundamental issues that have an impact on the development of stock market, in particular, and capital market, in general, and stock investing in China. He will also briefly comment on the current turbulence as well.

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This event is organized in partnership with Guanghua School of Management, Peking University.

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