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Ulrich Theobald, Tübingen University
In his book War Finance and Logistics in Late Imperial China, Ulrich Theobald analyzes how the Qing dynasty (1644 – 1911) laid the organizational base for the spectacular expansion of its territory.
Hans Ulrich Vogel, Tübingen University
In Marco Polo was in China Hans Ulrich Vogel undertakes a thorough study of Yuan currencies, salts and revenues, by comparing Marco Polo manuscripts with Chinese sources and thus offering new evidence for the Venetian’s stay in Khubilai Khan’s empire.
Edited by Michael Dillon
The development of China’s economy has been an enigma to Western historians. Was it centuries of stagnation followed by collapse or was it a process of steady development, reaching a high point by the eighteenth century? What is certain is that its economic growth never developed into a full ...
Chiang’s classic work, first published in 1947, examines the challenges facing the modernization of China – from the humiliation of the unequal treaties, through to the struggles of the first half of the twentieth century.
Hosea Ballou Morse
This comprehensive survey is based on primary sources and covers in detail every aspect of the conditions of trade between the West and China in the crucial two hundred years before the start of the Opium Wars and the imposition of unequal treaties.
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