Why Has the Chinese Market Become More Vulnerable in the 21st Century?

International Journal of East Asia (IJEA) Vol.1, Issue 2 (2013)

7 Pages Posted: 16 Jul 2013 Last revised: 2 Mar 2015

See all articles by Mario Arturo Ruiz Estrada

Mario Arturo Ruiz Estrada

University of Malaya (UM) - Faculty of Economics & Administration (FEA)

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Date Written: July 15, 2013

Abstract

This paper demonstrates a new theoretical multidimensional analytical approach to observe the vulnerability of the Chinese market behavior through mathematical and graphical means. It is based on the observation of the permanent inconsistency in the market performance that is always experienced across different periods in history. Market vulnerability can materialize under the shape of trade, energy or financial crisis. Basically, we assume that the market is affected by five forces: economic forces (X1), social forces (X2), political forces (X3), technological forces (X4) and natural forces (X5). All these five forces always interact simultaneously; they affect the Chinese market behavior directly without any restriction or isolation.

Keywords: Econographicology, Multi-Dimensional graphs and Microeconomics

JEL Classification: C02

Suggested Citation

Ruiz Estrada, Mario Arturo, Why Has the Chinese Market Become More Vulnerable in the 21st Century? (July 15, 2013). International Journal of East Asia (IJEA) Vol.1, Issue 2 (2013). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2294204

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