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In-text: (Allen, Amram and McAleer, n.d.)
Your Bibliography: Allen, D., Amram, R. and McAleer, M., n.d. Volatility Spillovers from the Chinese Stock Market to Economic Neighbours. SSRN Journal,.
In-text: (Chittedi, 2014)
Your Bibliography: Chittedi, K., 2014. Global Financial Crisis and Contagion: Evidence for the ‘BRIC’ Economies*. The Journal of Developing Areas, 48(4), pp.243-264.
In-text: (Liu and Ouyang, 2014)
Your Bibliography: Liu, Y. and Ouyang, H., 2014. Spillover and Comovement: The Contagion Mechanism of Systemic Risks Between the U.S. and Chinese Stock Markets. Emerging Markets Finance and Trade, 50(s3), pp.109-121.
In-text: (Morales and Andreosso-O’Callaghan, 2012)
Your Bibliography: Morales, L. and Andreosso-O’Callaghan, B., 2012. The current global financial crisis: Do Asian stock markets show contagion or interdependence effects?. Journal of Asian Economics, 23(6), pp.616-626.
In-text: (Valukonis, 2014)
Your Bibliography: Valukonis, M., 2014. CHINA'S STOCK MARKET TRENDS AND THEIR DETERMINANTS ANALYSIS USING MARKET INDICES. ecoman, 18(4).
In-text: (Wang and Nguyen Thi, 2013)
Your Bibliography: Wang, K. and Nguyen Thi, T., 2013. Did China avoid the ‘Asian flu’? The contagion effect test with dynamic correlation coefficients. Quantitative Finance, 13(3), pp.471-481.
In-text: (You, Liu and Du, 2014)
Your Bibliography: You, J., Liu, C. and Du, G., 2014. With Economic Integration Comes Financial Contagion? Evidence from China. Emerging Markets Finance and Trade, 50(3), pp.62-80.
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