5 edition of Landlord and Labor in Late Imperial China found in the catalog.
November 15, 1978
by Harvard University Asia Center
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||300|
Report: Jing Su and Luo Lun, Landlord and Labor in Late Imperial China (including Wilkinson's Introduction) IV. Ecological Approaches. 9. The Asiatic Mode of Production: Karl August Wittfogel. Read: Wittfogel, “The Stages of Development in Chinese Economic and Social History”. Endymon Wilkinson, (Tr.), Landlord and Labor in Late Imperial China: Case Studies from Shandong by J January Journal of Asian and African studies David D. Buck.
During these years he also translated two books from the Chinese: one popular (The People’s Comic Book); the other, academic (Landlord and Labor in Late Imperial China). While on academic study leave in , he was asked by the European Commission to find the building and recruit the local staff for the EU’s permanent diplomatic delegation to mater: Cambridge University (B.A., . In Law, State, and Society in Early Imperial China, Anthony J. Barbieri-Low and Robin D.S. Yates offer the first detailed study and translation into English of two recently excavated, early Chinese legal Statutes and Ordinances of the Second Year consists of a selection from the long-lost laws of the early Han dynasty ( BCE CE).Cited by: 4.
3) How did the competition for corvée labor between local governments and private landlords shape serfdom? The first and the second chapters take a new institutional economic approach. The third chapter takes a public choice approach. In the first chapter, I study the persistence of dual landownership in late Imperial China. LAND AND PEASANTS IN LATE IMPERIAL CHINA: AN ECONOMIC ANALYSIS He Yang, Ph.D. George Mason University, Dissertation Director: Dr. John V.C. Nye The dissertation is organized around a common theme, the institutions of serfdom in late Imperial China. The dissertation consists of three chapters that investigate the following.
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Landlord and Labor in Late Imperial China: Case Studies from Shandong (Harvard East Asian Monographs) Hardcover – Novem by Endymion Wilkinson (Translator)Format: Hardcover.
Jing Su and Luo Lun wrote this book while they were young researchers at Shandong University in the late s, using data they had gathered in the culturally relaxed period of the Hundred Flowers.
In his Introduction, Endymion Wilkinson analyzes the authors’ thesis and concludes that their Leninist model is inapplicable to premodern Chinese history. Landlord and Labor in Late Imperial China Book Description: This well-documented study discusses the social and economic changes in Shandong province before the influence of the West was felt at the end of the nineteenth century.
Landlord and Labor in Late Imperial China (Hardcover) Case Studies from Shandong (Harvard East Asian Monographs #80) By Endymion Wilkinson (Translator), Su Ching, Luo Lun. Harvard University Press,pp. Publication Date: Novem Landlord and Labor in Late Imperial China Case Studies from Shandong 80 by Endymion Porter Wilkinson Jing Su and Luo Lun Hardcover (1st Edition) by Jing Su, Luo Lun, Endymion Porter Wilkinson, Su Ching Hardcover, Pages, Published ISBN / ISBN / Need it Fast.
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Cambridge, Mass.: Council on East Asian Studies, Harvard University: distributed by Harvard University Press, (OCoLC) 图书Landlord and Labor in Late Imperial China 介绍、书评、论坛及推荐. Luo Lun and Jing Su wrote this book while they were young researchers at Shandong University in the late s, using data they had gathered in the culturally relaxed period of the Hundred Flowers.
In his introduction, Endymion Wilkinson analyzes the authors Author: Endymion Wilkinson. "Endymon Wilkinson, (Tr.), Landlord and Labor in Late Imperial China: Case Studies from Shandong by Jing Su and Luo Lun. Cambridge: Harvard University Council of East Asian Studies,pp.
Harvard East Asian Monographs no. $" published on 01 Jan by : David D. Buck. Book Reviews: Endymon Wilkinson, (Tr.), Landlord and Labor in Late Imperial China: Case Studies fro January Journal of Asian and African studies D. Buck. Rights in people, rights in land: concepts of customary property in late imperial China.
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of labor, and helped in the shaping of specialized region which centered on cash farming. Keywords: Late Imperial China, Rural market, Rural fair, Professional market 1. Preface Many scholars have discussed the rural market in late imperial China.
(Note 1)Based on it, I put forward my. Katherine Carlitz ed. Writing and Law in Late Imperial China, pp. Further readings: Joanna Waley-Cohen, "Collective Responsibility in Qing Criminal Law" in Turner, Feinerman and Guy, The Limits of the Rule of Law in China, pp.
Kutcher, Norman, Mourning in Late Imperial China: Filial Piety and the State, CambridgeFile Size: KB. The development of Chinese accounting and bookkeeping before insights from the Tŏng Tài Shēng business account books (–).
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Emphasizing the regional focus, the authors explore the interconnections and sequential relationships.Reprising the earlier work of Kiser and Tong (), I argue that the state in late imperial China (c.
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