Does Capital Account Liberalization Affect the Financial Stability: Evidence from China

Authors

  • Yuanyuan Shen Yuanyuan Shen Zhongnan Univerisity of Econoics and Law
  • Lu Yang Zhongnan Univerisity of Econoics and Law

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.6000/1929-7092.2015.04.15

Keywords:

Capital account liberalization, Financial risk, Financial stability, Finite Distributed Lag Model

Abstract

This paper seeks to investigate the relationship between capital account liberalization and the financial stability in China. Furthermore, The Finite Distributed Lag Model is employed to quantify relationship between capital account liberalization and monetary crisis. And a general conclusion can be drawn that capital account liberalization is harmful to the stability official market in one year period, while the overall capital account liberalization effect can facilitate China's financial stability in a long run. Moreover, some suggestions are provided on China's capital account liberalization policies.

Author Biographies

Yuanyuan Shen Yuanyuan Shen, Zhongnan Univerisity of Econoics and Law

School of Finance

Lu Yang, Zhongnan Univerisity of Econoics and Law

School of Finance

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Published

2015-09-30

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