Is China's Economy Impacted by the Dynamics of Oil Prices?

Zhixin Kang

University of North Carolina at Pembroke

Zhixin Kang, Ph.D., is an associate professor of quantitative methods at the University of North Carolina at Pembroke School of Business. He received his Ph.D. in Business Administration from the University of Illinois at Chicago. His research interest is in applied econometrics, real estate finance and economics, and time series modeling and forecasting. His research has been published in Communications in Statistics - Theory and Methods, Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics, Statistics and Its Interface, Journal of Real Estate Portfolio Management, Journal of Transnational Management, Applied Financial Economics, International Journal of Supply Chain and Inventory Management, International Journal of Electronic Finance, and etc.

Abstract

China is the second largest oil importer in the world as of 2015. How China’s economy reacts to shocks in oil prices has been an important research topic. Existing literature shows that there are significant relationships... [ view full abstract ]

Authors

Zhixin Kang (University of North Carolina at Pembroke), Bishwa Koirala (University of North Carolina at Pembroke), Wenhui Chen (China University of Geosciences - Beijing)

Topic Area

Topics: Ag Economics, Environmental Economics, & Finance

Session

EC1 » International Economics/Banking (13:30 - Wednesday, 22nd February, Harleston)

Paper

Is_China_s_Economy_Impacted_by_the_Dynamics_of_Oil_Prices.pdf

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