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Macroeconomic Effects of China's Financial Policies

Kaiji Chen, Tao Zha

NBER Working Paper No. 25222
Issued in November 2018
NBER Program(s):The Development Economics Program, The Economic Fluctuations and Growth Program, The Monetary Economics Program

The Chinese economy has undergone three major phases: the 1978-1997 period marked as the SOE-led economy, the 1998-2015 phase as the investment-driven economy, and the new normal economy since 2016. All three economies have been shaped by the government's financial policies, defined as a set of credit policy, monetary policy, and regulatory policy. We analyze the macroeconomic effects of these financial policies throughout the three phases and provide the stylized facts to substantiate our analysis. The stylized facts differ qualitatively across different phases or economies. We argue that the impacts of China’s financial policies work through transmission channels different from those in developed economies and that a regime switch from one economy to another was driven mainly by regime changes in financial policies.

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Document Object Identifier (DOI): 10.3386/w25222

 
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