00:00    |    
Initial credits 
00:06    |    
Introduction by  Christopher Lingle
01:24    |    
Volatility of China's stock exchanges 
Downward trend of the stock exchange
03:14    |    
Market capitalisation and volatility 
Regulatory measures of the Chinese Government against the market crisis 
Global effects and its cause 
Black Monday 
Domestic origins and economic policies 
Increased liquidity and the stock exchange 
Chinese bond market 
Yuan devaluation 
Global debt bubble and monetary policies 
14:32    |    
Market socialism 
Marxist-Leninism interpretation 
China's modernisation
Embracing Globalisation 
Economic growth from efficiency gains
Incentive policies 
Financial sector 
State owned banks 
23:33    |    
Domestic monetary chaos 
Developing into an industrialised economy 
China´s export led model  
Bubble economy and debt-driven growth 
Property values in Tokyo 
2008 economic global meltdown and real estate bubble 
Debt growth  
Monetary mess 
36:30    |    
Economic reality of asset bubbles 
Unsustainable asset valuations 
Global bond market bubble 
Fundamental cause of bubbles 
Market behaviors 
Paper wealth incrementation 
Fiscal stimulus 
Impact of liquidity increment 
44:17    |    
Unconventional monetary policies 
Monetary injections and interest rate policies 
Income disparities 
Global debt increase 
Economic growth by debt and credit creation 
49:07    |    
Global market corrections 
Monetary policy 
Emerging markets 
Carrying trade 
Risks of exchange movements 
New capital outflows 
Will China be saved? 
Reversal of carry trade 
Foreign exchanges reserves 
57:30    |    
China's future 
58:32    |    
Final credits 




China’s Economic and Financial Crisis: Early Warnings of Worse to Come?

01 de septiembre de 2015   | Vistas: 38 |  

China is in trouble. That is what Christopher Linge explains over the conference as he sways his point over the country's volatility in its commodity sector and its philosophical socialism that has given the central government the power to intervene when things go awry. He also expounds that China's export led model has created a debt ridden growth which in turn has created a huge residential bubble. Liquidity, unconventional market corrections, the index increases as Christopher discloses the woes of a once mighty country shackled in a long list of problems. Will China resolve its problems? That is the central problem that Christopher exposes throughout his presentation and defines a possible solution in the end.

Christopher Lingle is visiting professor of economics at Universidad Francisco Marroquín. He was a research fellow at the Centre for…


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