Antitrust Policy and Chinese Banks Case Study by Quality Writers

Antitrust Policy and Chinese Banks
This paper examines the liberalization of the banking industry in China as a case study of antitrust policy in economics.
# 104959 | 3,822 words | 8 sources | MLA | 2008 | US
Published on Jun 26, 2008 in Economics (Macro) , Asian Studies (General)


$19.95 Buy and instantly download this paper now

Description:

The paper provides an analysis of the liberalization of the banking industry in China, with a specific focus on whether antitrust policy has been successful in the region and how it has impacted other macroeconomic factors in China. The paper explores economic policy related to government policy, liberalization policies or rules and the role of the World Trade Organization (WTO) in the liberalization efforts in the Chinese banking industry.

Outline:
Introduction
World Trade Organization and Liberalization Policies: How is the Chinese Banking Industry Affected?
Historical Structure of the Chinese Banking Sector
Why Liberalize the Banking Sector? A Critical Economic Analysis
Forms of Liberalization in the Banking Sector: Formal Changes in China
Liberalization of the Banking Industry in China: Was it Successful?
Conclusion

From the Paper:

"Liberalization is a process of enhancing collective measures to integrate economies, not only via goods and services but via governance, investment, trade, and aid. As liberalization has progressed, it is clear that the most advanced countries have gained the most from the integration of economies; as such there is a widening gap between developed/advanced countries and developing/underdeveloped countries. Does liberalization favor high-income countries to low-income countries? The coffee industry highlights a common problem with many agricultural products that are marketed within developed regions - impoverished societies characterized poor development trends with a final product that is booming in the industry."

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Ellis, Richard. "Coming take-off of overseas banks': RMB retail business in China. CBRE Research, October 2006. Retrieved on July 28, 2007 from http://www.cbre.com.tw/inet_newsmanager/newsfiles/China%20Banking%20(Oct%2006).pdf
  • Laurenceson, James. "Banking Industry liberalization, franchise values and deposits mobilization: evidence from international panel data". Proceeding of the International Conference on Industrial Economic and Regulation: Theory and Policy. Shandong University: China, October 30-31, 2004. Retrieved on July 28, 2007 from http://eprint.uq.edu.au/archive/00001393/01/jl_bil_04.pdf
  • Owen, Bruce, Sun, Su, and Zheng, W. "China's Competition Policy Reforms: The Antimonopoly Law and Beyond". Standard Institute of Economic Policy Research Discussion Paper Series, No. 06-32, March 2007.
  • Ravenhill, John, Global Political Economy. United States: Oxford University Press, 2005
  • Roland, Christian. "Banking Sector reforms in India and China - a comparative perspective". Paper prepared for the Harvard Project for Asian and International Relations. 2006 Conference in Singapore. Retrieved on July 28, 2007 from http://unpan1.un.org/intradoc/groups/public/documents/APCITY/UNPAN024226.pdf

Cite this Case Study:

APA Format

Antitrust Policy and Chinese Banks (2008, June 26) Retrieved January 19, 2022, from https://www.academon.com/case-study/antitrust-policy-and-chinese-banks-104959/

MLA Format

"Antitrust Policy and Chinese Banks" 26 June 2008. Web. 19 January. 2022. <https://www.academon.com/case-study/antitrust-policy-and-chinese-banks-104959/>

Comments