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19 July 2020
The Renminbi Internationalisation and Financial Centres
As China’s economy has grown in size and become more integrated with the rest of the global economy via foreign trade, China’s importance for global capital markets has also grown. However, China’s steps to liberalise its capital flows have been much more cautious than its trade liberalisation. Nevertheless, the past few years have seen more concerted efforts to foster integration of Chinese capital markets into global markets as well as to encourage international use of the Chinese currency, the renminbi. So far, the use of the renminbi has concentrated on a handful of international financial centres. To study these aspects of the RMB internationalisation, Economic and Political Studies now invites contributions to a new special issue on “The Renminbi Internationalisation and Financial Centres”. Some of the papers can be presented in the upcoming RMB Forum at the Renmin University of China. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
- Use of the renminbi outside China
- What accounts for the use of the renminbi in different financial centres?
- Use of the renminbi in international trade as invoicing and settlement currencies - trends and causes
- Capital account liberalisation in China
- Use of the renminbi as an investment currency
- Renminbi internationalisation and the Belt and Road Initiative
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The deadline for submission is 19 July 2020. Papers should be submitted to the Special Issue Editors Iikka Korhonen <[email protected]> and Yin-Wong Cheung <[email protected]> and at the same time through the Editorial Manager System. The detailed submission guideline and reference style are available at: http://www.tandfonline.com/REPS.
It is highly appreciated if you could kindly forward this Call for Papers to friends, colleagues and other people whom you think may have an interest in this topic. For any enquiries please contact the Editorial Office at <[email protected]>.
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