Analysis of China’s capital market from one of the nation’s pioneering economic theorists
In Reforming China’s Capital Market, Wu Xiaoqiu, forefather of China’s securities theory, examines the most critical issues with this volatile but booming market. This book also offers studies of prominent cases of trading irregularities in China over the past 20 years, as well as suggestions of the regulatory system and the policy orientation for future reforms such as the creation of market watchdogs in order to deter unfair trading practices.
The IPO Market in China and Its Supervisory Mechanism
Acquisition and Restructuring: Increasing Allocation Efficiency in Existing Resources
Refinancing of PLCs: Regulation Changes and Policies of Dividend Distribution
Information Disclosure and Market Interpretation
Liabilities of Securities Violations: Current Laws and Future Developments
Delisting: Market Cleanup and Value Enhancement as Important Safeguards
About the Author
Wu Xiaoqiu is the President of the Finance and Securities Institution of Renmin University of China. He is a leading expert in finance and securities research in China, having published nearly 100 papers in the nation’s leading journals. He is also the author of Interpretation of Capital Market (2002), Transformation and Rise of China (2011), Chinese Securities Companies: Present and Future (2012), and other works.