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The Economy of Lower Yangzi Delta in Late Imperial China: Connecting Money, Markets, and Institutions (Academia Sinica on East Asia)

Editat de Billy K. L. So
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en Limba Engleză Hardback – 22 Aug 2012
Using the themes of economic value, social space, money, productivity, institutions and networks, this book examines aspects of the most vibrant Chinese market economy in its history - that of the Lower Yangzi Delta in late imperial China - in order to further comprehend China's contemporary economic success.
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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9780415508964
ISBN-10: 0415508967
Pagini: 328
Ilustrații: 26 tables and 23 line drawings
Dimensiuni: 156 x 234 x 19 mm
Greutate: 0.64 kg
Editura: Routledge
Seria Academia Sinica on East Asia


Cuprins

1. Economic Values and Social Space in Historical Lower Yangzi Delta Economy: An Introductory Essay Billy K. L. So Part I: Money, Productivity, and Price: A Matter of Economic Values 2. Cycles of Silver in Chinese Monetary History Richard von Glahn 3. Cotton Textile Production in Jiangnan during the Ming-Qing Era and the Matter of Market-driven Growth Harriet Zurndorfer 4. Agricultural Productivity in Early Modern Jiangnan Guanglin Liu 5. Copper, Silver, and Tea: The Question of Eighteenth-Century Inflation in the Lower Yangzi Delta Sui-wai Cheung 6. An Early Modern Economy in China: A Study of the GDP of Huating-Lou Area, 1823-29 Bozhong Li Part II: Urbanization, Institutions, and Networks: A Matter of Social Space 7. On the Emergence and Intensification of the Pattern of Rural-Urban Continuum in Late Imperial Jiangnan Society Shiba Yoshinobu 8. Institutions in Market Economies of Premodern Maritime China Billy K. L. So 9. The Rise of Huizhou Merchants: Kinship and Commerce in Ming China Joseph P. McDermott 10. Conditions and Risks of Water Transport in the Late Ming Songjiang Region as Seen in the Cases Collected in MaoYilu's Yunjian yanlue Ka-chai Tam 11. Brokers and 'Guild' Organizations (huiguan) in China's Maritime Trade with Japan in High Qing Angela Schottenhammer

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Billy K. L. So is Chair Professor of History at The Chinese University of Hong Kong.