Pieter Bottelier

Pieter Bottelier is a senior adjunct professor at The Johns Hopkins University’s School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS). Prior to this, he served at the World Bank from 1970-1998 and was the Chief of the World Bank’s Resident Mission in Beijing from 1993-1997.

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    Articles by Pieter Bottelier

    China’s Looming Financial Reform Challenges

    China’s admission to the World Trade Organization (WTO) in December 2001 increased foreign participation in and advanced the reform of China’s financial sector, but critical issues, not covered by the

    China’s Looming Financial Reform Challenges

    China’s admission to the World Trade Organization (WTO) in December 2001 increased foreign participation in and advanced the reform of China’s financial sector, but critical issues, not covered by the

    Accelerating Reforms in China’s Financial System

    The modernization and internationalization of China’s financial system is perhaps the last and in some ways, most difficult chapter in the country’s economic transition. Partly driven by China’s WTO commitments,

    Accelerating Reforms in China’s Financial System

    The modernization and internationalization of China’s financial system is perhaps the last and in some ways, most difficult chapter in the country’s economic transition. Partly driven by China’s WTO commitments,

    China’s Emerging Domestic Debt Markets

    That China’s financial system—even in the midst of reform and development—has acquired significant international influence is evident. The 8.9 percent drop of the Shanghai Composite Index on February 27, compounding

    China’s Emerging Domestic Debt Markets

    That China’s financial system—even in the midst of reform and development—has acquired significant international influence is evident. The 8.9 percent drop of the Shanghai Composite Index on February 27, compounding

    China’s Emerging Domestic Debt Markets

    That China’s financial system—even in the midst of reform and development—has acquired significant international influence is evident. The 8.9 percent drop of the Shanghai Composite Index on February 27, compounding

    China’s Emerging Domestic Debt Markets

    That China’s financial system—even in the midst of reform and development—has acquired significant international influence is evident. The 8.9 percent drop of the Shanghai Composite Index on February 27, compounding

    Accelerating Reforms in China’s Financial System

    The modernization and internationalization of China’s financial system is perhaps the last and in some ways, most difficult chapter in the country’s economic transition. Partly driven by China’s WTO commitments,