Year 2017, Volume 1, Issue 1, Pages 46 - 57 2017-01-31

The Properties of The Shadow Banking in China

Zafer ADALI [1]

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The aim of this study is to define the properties of the shadow banking system in China.The shadow banking system has been paid attention since the subprime crisis because the spread of this finance form over the all around world was one of the most significant causes of the subprime crisis. The shadow banking is nourished from the Chinese state capitalism which is designed to allocate loans to important industries so SME are dependent on the shadow banking. Since excessively increase in leverage through financial engineering and purpose-made state capitalism create irresistible burden on financial market, the shadow banking system is by far the important factors in order to build stable financial market. While considering these issues, it was understood that the shadow banking system is significant issue in order to build strong financial efficiency and stability.

The Shadow Banking, The State Capitalism, The Informal Finance
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Subjects Management
Published Date 2017
Journal Section Articles

Author: Zafer ADALI
Country: Turkey

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APA ADALI, Z . (2017). The Properties of The Shadow Banking in China. Fiscaoeconomia, 1 (1), 46-57. DOI: 10.25295/fsecon.286975
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