Chinese History in Economic Perspective
by Thomas G. Rawski, Lillian M. Li
Publisher: University of California Press 1992
Number of pages: 362
The essays assembled here represent a turning point in the study of Chinese economic history. Previous work has emphasized the institutional and social bases of economic change. These studies break new ground, bringing Western economic theory to the study of China's economy since the seventeenth century.
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by Samuel Merwin - Success Magazine
A personal investigation, during an extended tour, of the conditions of the opium trade in China and its effects upon the nation. Though frankly journalistic in tone, the book presents something more than the hasty conclusions of a journalist.
by Herbert A. Giles - H. Holt and Company
A brief outline of Chinese civilization from the earliest times down to the 20th century. The book was written for readers who know little or nothing of China, in the hope that it may succeed in alluring them to a wider and more methodical survey.
by Richard E. Strassberg - University of California Press
This anthology is the only comprehensive collection in English of Chinese travel writing from the first century A.D. through the nineteenth. The anthology is abundantly illustrated with paintings, portraits, maps, and drawings.
by Edward Harper Parker - Chapman & Hall
This is an easy to read yet highly informative history of ancient China. It is a classic in the field and covers all aspects of ancient Chinese life and culture. From the dynasties of the kings to the occupations and entertainments of the people.