Analysis on the Reason and Influence of China's Money Supply after the Sub-prime Crisis

Financial Statistical Journal

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Title Analysis on the Reason and Influence of China's Money Supply after the Sub-prime Crisis
 
Creator Ji, Weiwei
Yu, Hongchao
Dong, Deming
 
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Description In the global economic integration today, any economic turmoil will be in a very short period of time spread throughout the world. By the subprime mortgage crisis triggered by the 2008 US financial crisis, this will be more vividly. China's accession to the WTO, the economy has been with the global convergence, the economic crisis is bound to China's financial market to bring a turbulent. In order to stimulate China's economic recovery, the central bank to adopt a moderately easy monetary policy, a sharp increase in money supply. This paper mainly studies the influence of the increase of money supply in China after the subprime mortgage crisis, and explores the relationship between money supply and economic growth and inflation through quantitative and qualitative analysis. Finally, we summarize the results through the study.
 
Publisher EnPress Publisher LLC
 
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Date 2018-02-07
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
Peer-reviewed Article
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier https://systems.enpress-publisher.com/index.php/FSJ/article/view/355
10.24294/fsj.v1i1.355
 
Source Financial Statistical Journal; Vol 1, No 1 (Published)
2578-1960
10.24294/fsj.v1i1
 
Language eng
 
Relation https://systems.enpress-publisher.com/index.php/FSJ/article/view/355/179
 
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