Chinese Financial Markets
  About the Course

Dynamics in the Chinese financial markets has attracted much international attention. This course aims to providing the international students in Fudan University with a comprehensive understanding of how the Chinese financial markets originated and developed, what reforms have been accomplished since 1978, the Chinese characteristics, the challenges in future reforms, and possible steps the government would take in the following 5 years.


The course covers major financial markets in China, including the central bank, the commercial banking system, the security market and the foreign exchange market as well as the reform of RMB exchange rate regime. Each can be an individual topic; however, these parts are closely related and integrated in the framework of China’s Reform and Opening Door Policy and the opening of financial markets.


The course is delivered in English. International students are strongly encouraged to compare the systems, institutions and regimes with those in their countries or regions, thereby understanding China in the global context. Students are also expected to develop their analytical skills and teamwork during the course.




 
 
  FAQ

1. Is this course suitable for students not majoring in finance or economics?

  Students majoring in finance and economics are preferred. However, if you come from amanagement school and already have some basic knowledge of financial markets, this course is also proper for you.

2. If I don’t have any knowledge in finance or economics, can I choose this course?

  Yes you can, but that would be very challenging. You may find it is difficult to understand what other students are talking about, and it also takes long time for you understand the terminology

 
  Teaching Group
 

Xiaorong Zhang, Associate Professor, MSc in Computer Science and Technology, MSc in Management, Ph.D in Management, visiting scholar in MIT (2000) and Columbia University (2008-2009).

Qi Zhu is an assistant professor of the Department of Finance. His main research fields include Empirical Asset Pricing, Applied Financial Econometrics, Capital Market&Investment.


Jianbing Huang is an Associate Professor of our department, School of Management, MSc in Statistics, Ph.D in Management, visiting scholar in Oregon University in 2003 and MIT in 2008.

 
 
  Resources
 
 
 
  Business News
 
PBC
2016-11-20
STATS
2016-11-20
SSE
2016-11-20
SZSE
2016-11-20
CICC
2016-11-20
CBRC
2016-11-20
CSRC
2016-11-20
SAFE
2016-11-20
Wind
2016-11-20
Yicai Global
2016-11-20
NCNA
2016-11-20
Wall Street Journal
2014-05-18
Financial Times
2014-05-18
Yahoo Finance
2014-05-18