#46 – The (un)bearable lightness of finance: stock market volatility in China



event #46, Tuesday, September 22nd, 2015


JIANG Guohua 姜国华, Professor of Guanghua School of Management and Associate Dean of the Peking University Graduate School



“Emerging from a planned/state-controlled economy and after the economic reform and open door policy of 1978, China launched its stock market in 1990. Other parts of a capital market followed closely. In this talk, Peking University professor Jiang Guohua will analyze the history of China’s stock market, explaining some fundamental issues that have an impact on the development of stock market, in particular, and capital market, in general, and stock investing in China. He will also briefly comment on the current turbulence as well”


This event is organized in partnership with:

Guanghua School of Management, Peking University


Guanghua 30LOGO


“To advance management knowledge and develop business leaders for China and the Global Society.”


Peking University, Guanghua School of Management is a leading business school in the Asia-Pacific renowned for its China-expertise and international perspective. Celebrating its 30th Anniversary this year, Guanghua offers a comprehensive business education with programs including full-time graduate and undergraduate programs, part-time and international MBA, EMBA and short-term courses designed for an executive-level immersion in Chinese Business. Guanghua’s students and researchers have international study opportunities at world-class international partner institutions and access to a loyal alumni network of 20,000 people working across the globe. In addition to its main campus in Beijing, Guanghua has campuses in Shanghai, Shenzhen, Xi’an and Chengdu (opening in 2016) and is deeply involved in the economic development of China.


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