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Under-consumption, trade surplus, and income inequality in China Journal article
International Review of Economics and Finance, 2016,Volume: 43,Page: 241-256
Authors:  Kenneth S. Chan;  Vinh Q.T. Dang;  Tingting Li;  Jacky Y.C. So
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China  E21  Income Inequality  O15  O53  Trade Surplus  Under-consumption  
Financial reform and financing constraints: Some evidence from listed Chinese firms Journal article
China Economic Review, 2012,Volume: 23,Issue: 2,Page: 482-497
Authors:  Kenneth S. CHAN;  Vinh Q.T. DANG;  Isabel K.M. YAN
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Chinese Firms  Financial Liberalization  Financing Constraints  Investments  
Effects of Financial Liberalisation and Political Connection on Listed Chinese Firms' Financing Constraints Journal article
The World Economy, 2012,Volume: 35,Issue: 4,Page: 483-499
Authors:  Kenneth S. Chan;  Vinh Q. T. Dang;  Isabel K. M. Yan
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The 1997 Asian Currency Crisis, Financial Linkages, and the Monetary Policy of Japan Journal article
Review of International Economics, 2012,Volume: 20,Issue: 1,Page: 1-17
Authors:  Chan, Kenneth S.;  Dang, Vinh Q.T.
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Chinese firms’ political connection, ownership, and financing constraints Journal article
Economics Letters, 2012,Volume: 115,Issue: 2,Page: 164-167
Authors:  Kenneth S. Chan;  Vinh Q.T. Dang;  Isabel K.M. Yan
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Chinese Firms  Financing Constraints  Investment  Ownership  Political Connection  
Regional capital mobility in China: 1978–2006 Journal article
Journal of International Money and Finance, 2011,Volume: 30,Issue: 7,Page: 1506-1515
Authors:  Kenneth S. Chan;  Vinh Q.T. Dang;  Jennifer T. Lai;  Isabel K.M. Yan
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Chinese Capital Market Integration  Chinese Cross-region Capital Mobility  Feldstein-horioka  Saving-investment Relationship