讲座:The Chinese Collectibles Bubble 发布时间:2022-05-23

题 目:The Chinese Collectibles Bubble

嘉 宾:Yongxiang Wang, Presidential Chair Professor of Finance, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen

主持人:王宇曦  副教授  上海交通大学安泰经济与管理学院

时 间:2022526日(周四)13:00-14:30

地 点:腾讯会议(校内师生如需会议号和密码,请于525日下午17点前发送电邮至finance@acem.sjtu.edu.cn获取)

内容简介:

Using novel, hand-collected data from the largest Chinese collectibles exchange, we examine an asset price bubble in the collectibles market in the 2010s. Because the securitized collectibles were traded outside the exchange, the fundamental price of the securities was publicly observable. This feature, combined with plausibly exogenous shocks to the cost of information acquisition, barriers to arbitrage, Tobin tax, and maturity allows us to further examine bubble theories in ways typically possible only in laboratory experiments. Our results are broadly consistent with resale-option theory, the importance of limited arbitrage, and provide support for the external validity of several key findings of the experimental bubble literature.

演讲人简介

Professor Yongxiang Wang holds the Presidential Chair Professor of Finance Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen. His work has been published in several leading international journals including American Economic Review, Journal of Political Economy, Review of Economic Studies, Journal of Public Economics, Journal of Financial Economics, etc. He has studied a range of prominent social, economic and political phenomena in China, including (1)privatization, (2) business groups, (3) workplace safety, (4) the “death ceiling” program, (5) Sino-Japanese conflict, (6) fellow election at the China Academy of Science, (7) rural land rental markets, (8) Politburo election, (9) air pollution and demand for health insurance, (10) loan officers' on-the-job trading, (11) the “Sent-down Youth” program during the Cultural Revolution, (12) superstition (Zodiac Year) and its real impact, (13) government expenditure auditing, (14) target setting and its impact in Chinese banking industry; and (15) local government response to citizen concerns during COVID-19.

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