The Crisis and Economic Change in China
During the Asian crisis, China’s healthy reserves and low debt made possible the avoidance of a “country run”. Nonetheless, it did experience an apparently autonomous rise in private savings, a rise in capital outflow and a slowdown in growth. This paper employs global general equilibrium analysis to examine the relative contributions of external and internal shocks in China during the crisis. The savings rise appears to have been dominant domestically and, by coincidence of timing, it was a...[Show more]
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