Traces the history and vicissitudes of China’s modern banking system
The product of more than 10 years of research, Transformation of China’s Modern Banking System provides a detailed study of the evolution of China’s banking system from the late Qing era (1840s) through the Republican era (1930s).
Transformation of China’s Modern Banking System offers a unique and comprehensive analysis of the financing structure, governance structure, incentive and restraint mechanisms, and structural changes of China’s modern banking system. Lan Rixu uses historical evidence to show how the transformation of China’s modern banking system reflected an acute awareness of the practical reality of modern Chinese bankers. The author details the systematic changes in China’s banking system during the chaotic period when traditional China met the West.
Transformation of China’s Modern Banking System is a winner of the Second Financial Book Awards, the Golden Goat Awards, co-organized by China Finance, China (Guangzhou) International Finance Expo, and the Finance Affairs Office of Guangzhou.
Chapter 1 The Origin of the Modern Banking System in China
Chapter 2 Financing Structure
Chapter 3 Governance Structure
Chapter 4 Internal Incentive and Restraint Mechanisms
Chapter 5 External Restraint Mechanisms
About the Author
Lan Rixu is an Associate Professor at the School of Economics at Central University of Finance and Economics in Beijing. He graduated from Nankai University with a doctoral degree in Economics in 2003. His research areas include: financial theory, modern financial history, and Sino-foreign economic relations. He is the author of Modernization of China’s Finance (2005), and a co-author of The Economic Development of Contemporary China: A 60-Year Review (2009), A Financial History of China (2008), and other works.