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Volume 14, 2015ICITCE 2014 – International Conference on Information Technology and Career Education
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Emerging Economic Entity Crises in Post Financial Crisis Era – The impact and countermeasures against the escape of America from quantitative easing policy
1 College of Economics & Management, Sichuan Agricultural University, 611130 Chengdu Sichuan, China
2 Sichuan Entry-Exit Inspection and Quarantine Bureau, 610041 Chengdu Sichuan, China
3 Southwestern University of Finance and Economics, 611130 Chengdu Sichuan, China
a Corresponding author: email@example.com
Five years from the eruption of financial crisis in 2008, the global economy is also on its way to the restoration, among which the emerging economic entities, typically China, India, Brazil, South Africa, Indonesia, etc., have rapidly run away from the crisis and led the recovery of global economy, which may be considered as the engine of global economy growth in the post financial crisis. While, with the America declaring that it would gradually reduce the quantitative easing (QE) scale and escaped from the quantitative easing policy in the mid 2014, the fluctuation of global financial market was rapidly intensified, and the risk assets were largely sold off, with the emerging economic entities suffering serious impact. Furthermore, the anxiety about the “third round of financial crisis will burst out due to the emerging economic entities” is increasingly intensified. This article will first analyze the current economic situation of main global economic entities, discuss about the impact of America’s escape from QE on the emerging economic entity and its mechanism, and finally propose the countermeasures for China.
Key words: quantitative easing policy / emerging economic entity crisis / countermeasure
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