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China’s Economic "Imbalances" Through the Flow of Funds Tables, 2000-2009
Holtkamp, Nicholas Chadbourne

2013, Master of Arts, Ohio State University, East Asian Languages and Literatures.
In the first decade of the new century, within the composition of China’s economy there developed a number of increasingly extreme characteristics, frequently referred to as "imbalances". This paper uses China’s flow of funds tables to examine these imbalances. In order to provide a context for the use of China’s flow of funds tables, this paper describes the basic economic model on which the flow of funds tables are based, and illustrates how to use the flow of funds tables to construct a number of commonly used economic measurements. Following an explanation of the flow of funds tables, this paper then turns to identifying key changes within the composition of China’s economy. Through a combination of the flow of funds tables and a survey of relevant work, this paper concludes by showing that the development of the changes within the composition of China’s economy are due to a continuation of long term post-reform trends.
Galal Walker (Advisor)
Jianqi Wang (Committee Member)
Xiaobin Jian (Committee Member)
66 p.

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