Huang Guo-yan, Ph.D. in finance, associate professor of School of Business and Finance, Shanghai Normal University. She went to Weber state University for half a year as a senior visiting scholar. She mainly goes in for teaching and research work of financial markets and institutions for more than 16 years, especially in English lecture for international students. She won the prize of 3rd national contest for the best finance-focused cases. She won the First Prize and Second Prize for the teaching award contributed to Shanghai Higher Education in 2017, also won the First Prize for the teaching award contributed to Shanghai Normal University. Some CSSCI research papers have been published. She presided over and participated in a number of research projects.
This course is designed to provide students with a thorough understanding of the theories and practice of China’s financial markets. This course is designed to help students develop analysis skills, international communication skills and acquire knowledge of the financial markets and institutions. This course offers a comprehensive exploration of the revolutionary developments occurring in Chinese financial markets and institutions —i.e., innovation, globalization, and deregulation. It provides an overview and a basic understanding of the current issues related to the development of China’s financial markets and institutions. It provides specific, useful knowledge about investment in China, such as, market sense, to identify the investment opportunities in various asset classes.
This course is a theoretical and practical introduction to the workings of China’s financial markets and institutions. It provides an overview and a basic understanding of the current issues related to the development of China’s financial markets and institutions.（1）Course Introduction and overview of the financial environment : What’s going on in China’s economy: challenges and opportunities；（2）Fund flow and overview of the financial system in China；（3）Investment basics - interest rate and china ' s market - oriented reform of interest rate ；（4）Central banking and monetary policy, theoretical basis and Chinese practice; (5)Capital market: Investment in China’s stock market; (6) Understanding China’s property market based on comparative analysis; (7)Foreign exchange market , the value of Yuan and RMB Internationalization; (8)Financial institutions: banking and the management of financial institutions; (9)other financial institutions in China; (10) China’s financial innovation and financial supervision: How Fintech and mobile payment change Chinese business and financial world; financial risk and financial supervision in China; (11) How to invest in Chinese financial markets for foreigners; (12) Household asset allocation and portfolio investment in China: a. household saving, investment and consumption in China b. Chinese save, but should spend.
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