The Renminbi Rises: Myths, Hypes and Realities of RMB Internationalisation and Reforms in the Post-c (BOK)
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Until recently the world has been relying on the US dollar and the Euro to lubricate the flow of global trade and finance. A newcomer, the Renminbi (RMB) or Chinese Yuan, joined the global monetary system in 2000. The rise of the RMB is both an indicator and a result of the evolution in the global macro landscape that shifts economic weight from the developed markets, led by Europe, Japan and the US, to the emerging markets, led by China. Research on RMB internationalisation is difficult because events have been unfolding fast, with frequent shifting regulations. Most financial market research is sales-driven, shallow and without serious investigation into the structural underpinning of events. Most crucially, there has been insufficient systematic research on the structural realities behind the RMB internationalisation exercise. No-one has openly questioned the credibility of the RMB as an international currency. This is the first book to address these issues by focusing on the structural factors behind the rise of the RMB. It uses a critical approach, questioning conventional wisdom and the status quo to anslyse China's currency ambition in the post-subprime world. Discussions combine rigorous research thoughts, data, facts and economic logic with real world issues to elaborate on the arguments and make them reader-friendly.
|Antall sider||216||Dimensjoner||14,4cm x 22,3cm x 1,7cm|
|Vekt||380 gram||Leverandør||Bertram Trading Ltd|
|Emner og form||Economic & financial crises & disasters, Monetary economics, Political economy, International finance|