China’s capital market, like China’s economy, is becoming more and more attractive to global investment and is becoming a strong platform for international business and investment. This market is only thirty-four years old and has special characteristics because of its evolutionary history.
This special issue aims to offer a deeper insight into this market in terms of governmental supervision, corporate governance and related culture. For this issue, culture is seen as an extensive concept, and should include institutional and individual investment psychological behaviour and related cultural evolutions, and should incorporate the influence of government media and other social impacts.
Suitable topics include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Features of governmental supervision of China's capital market
- Corporate governance in China's capital market
- Individual investment behaviour in China's market
- Institutional investment behaviour in China's market
- China's traditional culture and capital market
- The cultural evolution of China's capital market over the last thirty years
- The relationship between governmental critics and market responses
- Issues concerning the cultivation of responsible investors in the market
- Research into the microstructure of China's capital market
- Investors' classification analysis and features of their behaviour
- Event research concerning stock suspension in China's capital market
- Event research concerning stock splits in China's capital market
Submission deadline: 1 August, 2016