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Professor Wang Shihua Talked about Anhui Merchants

gdri (6 mai 2014)

Professor Wang Shihua is the former vice president of Anhui Normal University. He is currently president of the Society of Anhui History (历史学会), vice president of the Chinese Society on the History of Ming Dynasty (中国明史学会). He is the author of several books, including 明清徽 ...

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About EurasiaTrajeco

gdri (21 janv. 2014)

The name “EurasiaTrajeco“ of the blog embodies the comparison between developmental trajectories of economic institutions and business practices in Europe and Asia. This website is established under the GDRI research program, International Research Network in Comparative Economic History in ...

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An Era of Prosperous Trade – Song Dynasty

gdri (7 déc. 2015)

China’s Song Dynasty (AD 960-1279) was ruled by a total of 18 emperors for a total of 319 years. Scholars have mentioned that the Song Dynasty was an era of prosperous commodity economy, cultural education, and scientific innovation. ((Guangming, Deng. "The Position of Wang Anshi in the Confucian ...

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Prof. Lin Man-houng Gave a Speech on Silver, Monetary Revolution and Qing Dynasty

gdri (27 déc. 2014)

Professor Lin Man-houng is a research fellow at Institute of Modern History of Academia Sinica. In comparison with other historians, she is particularly interested in the total historical study from the perspective of some economic issues. The issues she has dealt with include treaty ports and ...

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The Chinese State and the New Global History

gdri (28 avr. 2015)

 About the author Professor Wang Gungwu is the Chairman of the East Asian Institute and a University Professor at the National University of Singapore. He is also Emeritus Professor of the Australian National University. Professor Wang is a Commander of the British (CBE); Fellow, and former ...

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Hinterlands and Commodities

gdri (21 janv. 2015)

In Hinterlands and Commodities: Place, Space, Time and the Political Economic Development of Asia over the Long Eighteenth Century, well-known economic and social historians examine important questions concerning temporal and spatial relationships among central places, hinterlands, commodities, and ...

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Call for Papers - EBHA Congress 2014

gdri (3 févr. 2014)

The 18th Annual Congress of the European Business History Association is organised by Utrecht University and the Netherlands Economic History Archive. The theme of the congress is: Comparative Business History. Contrasting Regions, Sectors, and Centuries. Deadline for submitting session and paper ...

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Conference: Consuls, Facilitators for Market Intermediation in Europe and the Mediterranean World (XVII-XIX Centuries)

gdri (28 mars 2014)

Centre for the Modern and Contemporary Mediterranean of University of Nice Sophia Antipolis will host the “Consuls, facilitators for market intermediation in Europe and the Mediterranean world (XVII-XIX centuries)” conference from 10 April through 12 April, 2014. This conference will aim to ...

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The Boxer Codex

gdri (29 nov. 2015)

Brief introduction about the book: In The Boxer Codex, the editors have transcribed, translated and annotated an illustrated late-16th century Spanish manuscript. It is a special source that provides evidence for understanding early-modern geography, ethnography and history of parts of the western ...

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2016 Business History Conference Annual Meeting Call for Paper

gdri (16 sept. 2015)

The 2016 Business History Conference Annual Meeting will take place in Portland, Oregon,on March 31-April 2, 2016. "Reinterpretation" is the theme of the 2016 Business History Conference meeting. The BHC had its inception in reinterpretation. Much of the early work of the BHC revolved around ...

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