4 edition of Agricultural development in Jiangnan, 1620-1850 found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Series||Studies on the Chinese economy|
|LC Classifications||HD2100.Y36 L5 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 251 p. :|
|Number of Pages||251|
|LC Control Number||97009154|
Agricultural development in Jiangnan, - Li, Bozhong, () CHINESE ECONOMIC HISTORY IN A NEW PERSPECTIVE: FOCUSING ON THE LATE IMPERIAL RURAL ECONOMY IN JIANGNAN. Li, Bozhong, () More. Living Standards in the Past: New Perspectives on Well-Being in Asia and Europe Robert C. Allen, Tommy Bengtsson, and Martin Dribe Enclosure and the Yeoman The Agricultural Development of the South Midlands () 2 Farm Labour Productivity in Jiangnan, – BOZHONG LI 3 Wages, Inequality, and Pre-Industrial Growth in.
For Columns 1, 2, 7, and 8, we relied on figures that refer to Jiangnan and Songjang as cited in Bozhong Li, Agricultural Development in Jiangnan (London: Macmillan Press, ), For Columns 3 and 9, the figures are from R. C. Allen, "Agricultural Productivity and Rural Incomes in England and the Yangtze Delta c. When did Europe pull ahead of Asia in terms of living standards? A number of well-known scholars compare economic and demographic indicators of well-being in the pre-industrial period. The emerging picture is not one of great differences, but of considerable similarities in standard of living between Europe and Asia before the Industrial Revolution.
The sprouts of capitalism, seeds of capitalism or capitalist sprouts are features of the economy of the late Ming and early Qing dynasties (16th to 18th centuries) that mainland Chinese historians have seen as resembling developments in pre-industrial Europe, and as precursors of a hypothetical indigenous development of industrial capitalism. Korean nationalist historiography has also adopted Hangul: 자본주의맹아. 11 Bozhong Li, Agricultural Development in Jiangnan (London ); K. Pomeranz, ‘Beyond the East-West Binary: Resituating Development Paths in the Eighteenth Century World’, Journal of Asian Studies, 61, , ; K. Pomeranz, ‘Without Coal or Colonies.
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Published by (July ) Li Bozhong, Agricultural Development in Jiangnan, New York: St. Martin’s Press,and. Li Bozhong, Jiangnan de zaoqi gongyehua (Proto-Industrialization in the Yangzi Delta).Beijing: shehui kexue wenxian chubanshe, Get this from a library.
Agricultural development in Jiangnan, [Bozhong Li] -- It seems common sense that a centuries-long period of economic growth could not take place in the traditional agriculture of an extremely densely populated area, when no new land was available and no.
This book examines the surprising phenomenon of a long period of economic growth from to in the traditi Agricultural Development in Jiangnan, – | SpringerLink Skip.
Agricultural Development in Jiangnan, (Studies in the Chinese Economy) [Li, Bozhong] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Agricultural Development in Jiangnan, (Studies in the Chinese Economy)Cited by: Bozhong Li's Agricultural Development in Jiangnan, is an important contribution to the economic history of late imperial China.
In the context of a highly quantified assessment of agricultural performance in the Jiangnan region through the late Ming dynasty and into the apical decades of the Qing, Li seeks to redefine the agricultural economy of the late imperial era on its own terms Author: Hugh R.
Clark. : Agricultural Development in Jiangnan, (Studies on the Chinese Economy) (): Li, Bozhong, Li, Po-Chung: BooksFormat: Hardcover.
Agricultural Development in Jiangnan, Authors: Bozhong, Li This book examines the surprising phenomenon of a long period of economic growth from to in the traditional agriculture of this extremely densely populated area, when no new land was available and no major technological breakthroughs occurred.
Agricultural Brand: Palgrave Macmillan UK. Li Bozhong. Agricultural Development in Jiangnan, With forewords by Wu Chengming and Shiba Yoshinobu. Translation by R. Bin Wong. Martin's Studies on the Chinese Economy.
New York: St. Martin's Press, xix, pp. Hardcover $, ISBN 09. Bozhong Li's Agricultural Development in Jiangnan, is an important contribution to the economic history of. Agricultural Development in Jiangnan, 的书评 (全部 4 条) 热门 / 最新 / 好友 江东子弟 上海古籍出版社版.
Li Bozhong, Agricultural Development in Jiangnan, New York: St. Martin’s Press,and. Li Bozhong, Jiangnan de zaoqi gongyehua (Proto-Industrialization in the Yangzi Delta).
Beijing: shehui kexue wenxian chubanshe, Reviewed for by Kenneth Pomeranz, Department of History, University of California at Irvine. Abstract. Since a peasant family (or household) was the basic unit of production in agriculture and the rural economy in pre-modern Jiangnan and the major labour force in the family consists of a man and a woman, we will first make a close study of the problem of labour productivity of each and then discuss the problem of labour productivity of the family as a : Bozhong Li.
Email your librarian or administrator to recommend adding this book to your organisation's collection. The Cambridge World History. Enclosure and the Yeoman: The Agricultural Development of the South Midlands – (Oxford University Press, ).
Allen, R.C. Li, B., Agricultural Development in Jiangnan, – (New York. And his research largely supports the "no involution, significant productivity growth" interpretation. (Ken Pomeranz has a nice review of Agricultural Development in Jiangnan, here.) Li's most recent book has now appeared in Chinese, and it takes an important step forward in terms of methodology.
(The cover and title are included above. Though narrower in focus, Huang's The peasant family and rural development in the Yangzi Delta and Li Bozhong's Agricultural development in Jiangnan are far better expositions of the foundations for the two competing points of view.
Second, a central contention of his review is that his book, The Peasant Family and Rural Development in the Yangzi Delta, – remains the best framework for understanding the delta's economy over that entire period. Huang is; of course, entitled to that view: but in reasserting that book's thesis he ignores rather than responds to Cited by: Wet-rice farming systems have a logic of technical and economic evolution that is distinctively different from the more familiar Western pattern of agricultural development.
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Agricultural Development in Jiangnan, — St. Martin's Studies on the Chinese Economy by Li Bozhong, Wu Chengming, Shiba Yoshinobu, R. Bin Wong (pp. Agricultural Development in Jiangnan, London: Palgrave Macmillan.
———. Farm Economy in the Pumao Area, a Case Study of Agricultural Labor Productivity of Late Imperial China. Economic History Conference XIII. Lieberman, Victor B. Abstract. By cotton cloth was China’s most important domestic trade commodity after grain.
This paper reviews the history of cotton textile production in the Jiangnan region (or Lower Yangzi River area) where it thrived from toand discusses the factors contributing to its by: 6.Bozhong Li Contrary to the conventional view, labour productivity on farms in Jiangnan, the Yangzi Delta in East China, did not deteriorate or stagnate but instead improved between and