Panel 4 Social Credit and the Market Economy


The fourth panel, “Social Credit and the Market Economy,” was moderated in marvelous style by Xiling Jia (Associate Professor & Director of Teaching and Research Center of Financial Law, East China University of Politics and Law School of Economic Law). The panelists include: Haitian Lu, Professor & Associate Head, School of Accounting and Finance, Hong Kong Polytechnic University; Director, the Center for Economic Sustainability and Entrepreneurial Finance (CESEF) at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University (presenting “The Value of Corporate Credit: Evidence from the Corporate Bond Market (Chinese));” Lei Zhao, Associate Research Fellow, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences Law Institute (presenting “Commercial Credit in the Big Data Era (Chinese));” and Jihong Zhang, Associate Professor, School of Law, Shanghai University of International Business and Economics (presenting “The Problems and Regulatory Logic of Individual Credit Checks in the Big Data Era (Chinese)).” Perceptive commentary was provided by Mingshen Zhang, Director, Legal Office of People’s Bank of China.