Title: China and International Financial Security
Author: Zhang Hongli
Press: China Intercontinental Press
Driven by fast industrial developments and advancements in science and technology over the past few decades, global finance has become more powerful than ever before. However, the 2008 global financial crisis and its decade-long aftermath have brought the issue of financial security to the foreground, making it an indispensable part of global governance. In China and International Financial Security, the author analyzes the predicament of the current financial governance system, and stresses the world’s urgent needs for mutually-beneficial economic cooperation, enhanced regulatory systems, structural reforms in governance, and improvements in the global currency system. More importantly, this book also discusses China’s approaches to global financial security— seeking shared development, building a community with a shared future for mankind, and working toward a just and equal-footed global financial system.
About the Author:
ZHANG Hongli is a professor teaching at the University of Chinese Academy of Sciences and the PBC School of Finance, Tsinghua University. Zhang is the author of Finance and National Security, Chinese Finance and Global Governance, and Red Finance. He has also published dozens of scholarly articles including “Financial Security and National Interest,” “Finance Plus and Values Safety,” “Global Governance of International Finance and China’s Contribution,” and “The Finance-Led Belt and Road.”