ABSTRACT. There have been few comprehensive assessments of what research has learned about China’s emergence as a global power, the importance of China in driving commodity prices, the effects of the demand shock in China on Asia’s inflation, and the economic influence of China on regional e
conomies. The theory that I shall seek to elaborate here puts considerable emphasis on China’s macroeconomic financial stability, the impacts of capital account controls in China, and the increasing impact of China on world commodity prices. pp. 113–118
JEL codes: E31, P24, P44

Keywords: China, inflation, dynamics, monetary policy, financial stability

How to cite: Ciurlau, Florin Cristian (2013), “The Determination Mechanisms of Inflation in China,” Journal of Self-Governance and Management Economics 1(1): 113–118.

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