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van Wijnbergen, S., Feltenstein, L., and Lebow, D. (1990). Savings, commodity market rationing, and the real rate of interest in China. Journal of International Economics, 22(2 (May)):234--.


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    Journal of International Economics

A paper that presents a theory to describe household saving behaviour in China. Outlines impact of commodity market rationing and real interest rate on savings; offers verification on the household savings behaviour relative to the use of official rate of inflation series; an attempt to disentangle supply and demand schedules.