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Preface.- Acknowledgement.- Chapter I Funding for "Leftover Eighty Percent" - Micro and Small Loans for SMEs.- Chapter II Can "Guarantee" Be Guaranteed? - Guaranteed Loans.- Chapter III Is Three Better Than One? --- Mutually Guaranteed Loans.- Chapter IV Targeting Sophisticated Investors --- Private Placement Bond.- Chapter V The New Member of Loan Club --- P2P Online Lending.- Chapter VI Turn Illiquid Movables to Liquid - The Chattel Pledge.- Chapter VII Enjoy "Free Ride" with the Core Firms - Supply Chain Financing.- Chapter VIII Alternative Link of Finance with Industry --- Financial Leasing.- Chapter IX Getting "Patient Capital" for Firms in "Infancy and Childhood" - Venture Capital.- Chapter X All Roads Lead to Rome - Reverse Merger.- Chapter XI Can It Be China's NASDAQ? - New Third Board.- Chapter XII"Born for Small" --- Crowdfunding for SMEs.- Chapter XIII Is It the Inclusive Finance Time? --- Micro Loans by State-Owned Commercial Banks.
Jiazhuo G. Wang is a finance professor of School of Business, College of Staten Island, City University of New York, and a visiting professor of HSBC School of Business at Peking University (PKU) and a senior research fellow at SME Research Center at PKU. He is the co-author of the book "Who Gets Funds from China's Capital Market", published by Springer in 1/2014, and author or editor of several other in-writing business/finance books that will be published by Springer and Qinghua University Publisher in the next a few months. Dr. Wang has been an invited author for G7/G20 Think Tank, invited guest for business dialogue hosted by China Radio International, keynote speaker at SME Forum of 2015 China Internet Association Annual Conference and many other events, and moderator of dialogue with former US president Bill Clinton, former Germany president Christian Wulff, former prime minister of France J.P Raffarin, former South Korea president Ming-bak Lee, and former secretary general of United Nations Kofi Annan.