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by R. Wong,Pierre-Etienne Will

  • ISBN: 089264091X
  • Category: Politics
  • Author: R. Wong,Pierre-Etienne Will
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: U OF M CENTER FOR CHINESE STUDIES (January 1, 1991)
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Michigan Monographs in Chinese Studies, volume 60. Ann Arbor: Center for Chinese Studies, University of Michigan, 1991.

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Pierre-Etienne Will, Roy Bin Wong, James Z. Lee. Date. Center for Chinese Studies, University of Michigan. 0892640901, 089264091X. This item appears on. List: HI294: The History of Modern China. Section: Major Historiography on Ming-Qing Transition and the Qing.

Throughout the imperial era the Chinese state took an active role in promoting the livelihood of farmers. Nourish the People: The State Civilian Granary System in China, 1650–1850. Here I focus on the diffusion of an iconic wet-rice landscape (figure 1. ) to ask how the fundamental values of governance characteristic of the Chinese state, in conjunction with administrative techniques, relations with commerce, and the geographical scale of the territories under state control, affected the growth of rural economies and the exploitation of key natural resources. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press, 1991.

Nourish the people: the state civilian granary system in China, 1650-1850. Food supply and population growth in southwest China, 1250–1850. J Lee. The Journal of Asian Studies 41 (4), 711-746, 1982. PE Will, RB Wong, J Lee. Michigan monographs in Chinese studies, 1991. Malthusian models and Chinese realities: The Chinese demographic system 1700–2000.



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