A re-estimation of mass literacy in China in the 19th century

when 2013
who Xu Yi

Bas van Leeuwen

what chapter A re-estimation of mass literacy in China in the 19th century (19世纪中国大众识字率的再估算)
what book Qing History Forum (清史论丛 2013年号)
publisher China Radio and Television Publishing House (中国广播电视出版社)
where Beijing
language Chinese

involved project member(s)

Bas van Leeuwen Xu Yi
   

Book Description

《清史论丛(2013年号)》由中国社会科学院历史研究所清史研究室编写,主要内容包括:己庚旱灾及其政治影响、清代泥石流灾害刍议、李塨京师教馆考、试论南书房世家的形成原因、郝浴与银冈书院及其历史贡献、远方奇人与蛮夷之祸——明清之际士人社会对天主教的总体认识等内容。

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许大龄师的为人与为学–纪念许大龄教授诞生90周年
清代泥石流灾害刍议
己庚旱灾及其政治影响
清朝地方社会治安文武分工协防体系考论
清中叶朝廷和基层旗人对满洲典礼的张扬,
史实在清代传记中的变异–佟国纲、华善奏请改隶满洲考辨
凌驷甲、乙之际事迹考辨
疆臣守土:汉军旗人蔡毓荣的“武功与文治”
李塨京师教馆考
汪端年谱
试论南书房世家的形成原因
论焦循与八股文
乾隆时期广西乡试舞弊案简述
乾隆时期连台本大戏演剧的宫廷化特色
学潮、学科与学制–光绪二十九年张之洞在京参与学务考
19世纪中国大众识字率的再估算
郝浴与银冈书院及其历史贡献
韩江雅集–清中叶士商互动的个案研究
所见、所闻、所传闻:《阅微草堂笔记》的采信分析
乾嘉学派中江藩的归属问题探析
《周益文忠公集》对清代辑佚学的贡献 –以朱彝尊《经义考》与四库馆臣《永乐大典》辑佚为例“
“以书经世”与“藏而为学”:管庭芬藏书思想刍议
13一17.世纪西方对中国人娱乐之认知
远方奇人与蛮夷之祸–明清之际士人社会对天主教的总体认识
《李安德日记》节译

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A Valuation Study on China’s Mining Industry in the Middle of the 19th Century

when 2015
who Xu Yi
Zhang Zipeng
what chapter A Valuation Study on China’s Mining Industry in the Middle of the 19th Century (19世纪中叶中国矿业生产的估值研究)
what book Qing History Forum (清史论丛 2015年第一辑 总第29辑)
publisher Social Science Academic Press (社会科学文献出版社)
where Beijing
language Chinese

involved project member(s)

Xu Yi Zhang Zipeng
   

Book Description

《清史论丛》由中国社会科学院历史研究所清史研究室主办,是一本面向海内外的清史研究学术论文集刊,创办于1979年。本集刊在海内外有广泛影响,颇受学术界的重视,潜心研究、学风严谨、把握学术前沿是其重要特色。本辑所收文章,既有清代考辨历的研究文章,也有涉及清代学术史论的研究文章;既收录有关清代传统文化的博学鸿词科研究,也收录对清代地方中西文化交流研究的文章。

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专题研究
康熙四十七年众臣保举皇太子释疑
——兼论历史研究中如何正确分析史料【杨 珍】/3
论图海之死——兼论三藩之乱时期玄烨的降臣处置政策【芦婷婷】/13
明清政府与欧洲三国的早期接触——以闽粤地方政府为主线【吴莉苇】/25
从福建督抚奏疏看中西文化撞击【吴伯娅】/44
清代年班土司赏赐述略【黄 梅】/58
论雍正朝对广西泗城的改土归流及黔粤划界事宜【黄禾雨】/77
乾隆丙辰博学鸿词科研究【李立民】/89
明清徽州实学与经世人才的涌现【徐道彬】/108
跨越政权的领事保护——清政府对墨西哥华侨“菜苑惨案”的处理【王士皓】/121
鸦片战争后知识界的反应再省思——以理学家李棠阶为例【黄 涛】/130
“肥缺”与“瘠缺”
——清末广西官缺肥瘠分布及与繁简等级、选任制度之关系【张振国】/142
19世纪中叶中国矿业生产的估值研究【徐 毅 张紫鹏】/165

文献研究
董含《三冈识略》的成书、肇祸及其改编【白亚仁】/213
研究清代土司地区司法制度的重要档案
——内阁刑科题本土债贪禁类档案评述【方悦萌】/240
《李安德日记》节译之二【李安德 著 李华川 译】/248

史家与史评
深刻性蕴含的启迪——何龄修先生八十寿辰座谈会发言稿【姚念慈】/259
钱穆先生与清代学术史研究【林存阳 王 豪】/273

学术争鸣
关于吴三桂的几个问题【林奎成】/307

读史札记
“乾净衕”旧址考辨【王政尧】/349
清朝殿试时间考【于爱华】/364

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近代滇黔桂改土归流地区矿业生产的估值研究

when 2016
who Xu Yi
Zhang Zipeng
what chapter 近代滇黔桂改土归流地区矿业生产的估值研究
what book 土司制度与土司文化论集
publisher Social Science Academic Press (社会科学文献出版社)
where Beijing
language Chinese

involved project member(s)

Xu Yi Zhang Zipeng
   

Book Description

本书为第四届中国土司制度与土司文化国际学术研讨会论文集。土司制度是元明清中央与地方各民族统治阶级互相联合、斗争的一种妥协形式。土司制度在社会发展史上的地位与影响为人类文明的传承与发展提供了一个范本,具体表现在:区域社会管理的新模式、文化包容和管控的新实践、女性社会地位的提高、土司治理地区生态环境的保护。书中利用各种文献资料,从以上几个方面对土司制度的历史地位进行了深入探讨。

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土司制度历史地位新论【李世愉】

土司制度与元明清三朝治夷【方 铁】

土司制度的根本性质

——论多民族国家间接统治的必然性与普遍性【谢国先】

共识缺失:土司研究泛化的成因【罗 中 罗维庆】

中国土司国家认同的逻辑起点与利益法则【彭福荣】

改土归流后湖广土家族地区的士绅培育与社会控制研究【郗玉松】

土司制度:国家权力在西南土司地区的延伸【李良品 赵 毅】

清朝民族“大一统”观与在西南边疆的实践【于爱华】

清代西南边疆地区“汉奸”问题述论【黄 梅】

播州土司、永顺土司和唐崖土司文化中的国家认同观念初探【陈季君 宋 娜】

湘黔滇古驿道开通对元代湖广土官社会的影响【成臻铭 张 科】

“杨保”名义演变考【曾 超】

试论清雍正时期南丹土司续存的原因【莫艳婷】

试论播州土兵的用兵特点【陈 旭】

明代云南改流归土初探【刘祥学 邹 映】

论雍正朝对广西泗城的改土归流及黔粤划界事宜【黄禾雨】

明清时期土家族地区“自置土司”研究【莫代山】

清代的边境土司与边疆秩序的维护

——以云南孟连土司为个案的分析【张 宁】

忻城莫氏土司传袭探析【韦嘉雅】

明嘉靖时期永顺土司寿命短的原因探究

——以《历代稽勋录》资料为中心【瞿州莲】

土族的土司制及其式微【祁进玉】

从争土到划界:广西土司辖地问题浅议【胡小安】

从明朝广西的形势看王阳明对思田土司的治理【张 洁】

崇左“封眼”习俗初探【杨丽云】

论元明清时期土司区贡赋与环境的兼容

——以贵州及其毗连地带为中心【马国君】

论土司区贡赋变化对农业生产结构的影响

——以播州土司区改土归流前后为视野【李红香】

近代滇黔桂改土归流地区矿业生产的估值研究【徐 毅 张紫鹏】

改土归流后云南民族地区文化教育的发展【马廷中】

沈德符《万历野获编》“土司职名”条笺注

——兼谈《野获编》土司资料史学价值【陈 潘】

“初夜权”:土家族土司没有享有的文化“盛宴”【田清旺】

清代宜山土司政区长寿现象之我见【施铁靖】

鄂西土司社会身份变迁研究

——兼论土司的“地方化”与“国家化”【岳小国】

论戏剧作品中的土司形象【谭为宜】

儒家文化在民族地区社会变革中的历史作用

——以忻城土县为重点的考察【韦升鸿 唐 凌】

从申遗看土司制度研究存在的问题【苍 铭】

宜州村永定长官司衙署遗迹调查研究【谢 铭 庞志明】

中国少数民族文化遗产现状分析【陈同滨 李 敏 吴 东 韩 蕾】

西南地区土司衙署的保护和研究

——以广西忻城莫氏土司衙署为例【陈寿文】

旅游视角下忻城土司文化资源深度开发的战略机遇及其品牌强化策略【蓝 武】

以“七”为节

——唐崖、海龙屯土司建筑群空间尺度设计思想及其反映的汉地特质【于志飞】

人类学空间视角下“申遗”实践的反思——以永顺老司城遗址为例【李凌霞】

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Real wages since 1820

when 2014
who Pim de Zwart
Bas van Leeuwen
Li Jieli
what chapter Real wages since 1820
what book How was life?: Global well-being since 1820
publisher OECD Publishing
where Paris
language English

involved project member(s)

Bas van Leeuwen Li Jieli
   

Book Description

How was life in 1820, and how has it improved since then? What are the long-term trends in global well-being? Views on social progress since the Industrial Revolution are largely based on historical national accounting in the tradition of Kuznets and Maddison. But trends in real GDP per capita may not fully re­flect changes in other dimensions of well-being such as life expectancy, education, personal security or gender inequality. Looking at these indicators usually reveals a more equal world than the picture given by incomes alone, but has this always been the case? The new report How Was Life? aims to fill this gap. It presents the first systematic evidence on long-term trends in global well-being since 1820 for 25 major countries and 8 regions in the world covering more than 80% of the world’s population. It not only shows the data but also discusses the underlying sources and their limitations, pays attention to country averages and inequality, and pinpoints avenues for further research.

The How Was Life? report is the product of collaboration between the OECD, the OECD Development Centre and the CLIO-INFRA project. It represents the culmination of work by a group of economic historians to systematically chart long-term changes in the dimensions of global well-being and inequality, making use of the most recent research carried out within the discipline. The historical evidence reviewed in the report is organised around 10 different dimensions of well-being that mirror those used by the OECD in its well-being report How’s Life? (www.oecd.org/howslife), and draw on the best sources and expertise currently available for historical perspectives in this field. These dimensions are:per capita GDP, real wages, educational attainment, life expectancy, height, personal security, political institutions, environmental quality, income inequality and gender inequality.

 

Book Contents

Preface  13
Acknowledgments 15
Readers’ Guide 17
Executive summary 19
Chapter 1. Global well-being since 1820 by Jan Luiten van Zanden, Joerg Baten, Marco Mira d’Ercole, Auke Rijpma, Conal Smith and Marcel Timmer 23
-Introduction 24
-Aim of this study 25
-Overview of indicators covered 27
-Data quality 29
Practical issues regarding country coverage 30
-Main highlights 31
-References 36
Chapter 2. Demographic trends since 1820 by Lotte van der Vleuten and Jan Kok 37
-Introduction 38
-Data quality 38
-World population 1820-2000: trends and trajectories 41
-Demographic transitions 46
-Implications of demographic change  51
-Priorities for future research 53
-References 53
Chapter 3. GDP per capita since 1820 by Jutta Bolt, Marcel Timmer and Jan Luiten van Zanden 57
-Introduction 58
-Description of the concepts used 58
-Historical sources 59
-Data quality 61
-Main highlights of GDP trends since 1820 64
-Priorities for future research 71
-References 72
Chapter 4. Real wages since 1820 by Pim de Zwart, Bas van Leeuwen and Jieli van Leeuwen-Li  73
-Introduction 74
-Description of the concepts used 75
-Historical sources 76
-Data quality 77
-Main highlights of wage trends 79
-Correlation with GDP per capita 83
-Priorities for future research 84
-References 85
Chapter 5. Education since 1820 by Bas van Leeuwen and Jieli van Leeuwen-Li 87
-Introduction 88
-Description of the concepts used 88
-Historical sources 89
-Data quality 91
-Main highlights of education trends  93
-Correlation with GDP per capita 97
-Priorities for future research 98
-References 98
Chapter 6. Life expectancy since 1820 by Richard L. Zijdema and Filipa Ribeiro de Silva 101
-Introduction 102
-Description of the concepts used 103
-Historical sources 104
-Data quality 104
-Main highlights of life expectancy trends 106
-Correlation with GDP per capita 110
-Priorities for future research  112
-References 114
Chapter 7. Human height since 1820 by Joerg Baten and Matthias Blum 117
-Introduction 118
-Description of the concepts used 119
-Historical sources 120
-Data quality 122
-Main highlights of human height trends 124
-Correlation with GDP per capita 128
-Priorities for future research 132
-References 134
Chapter 8. Personal security since 1820 by Joerg Baten, Winny Bierman, Peter Foldvari, and Jan Luiten van Zanden 139
-Introduction 140
-Description of the concepts used 141
-Historical sources 142
-Data quality 143
-Main highlights of trends in personal security 145
-Correlation with GDP per capita 154
-Priorities for future research 155
-References 157
Chapter 9. Political institutions since 1820 by Peter Foldvari and Katalin Buzasi 159
-Introduction 160
-Description of the concepts used 160
-Historical sources 162
-Data quality 163
-Main highlights of trends in political institutions 165
-Correlation with GDP per capita 173
-Priorities for future research 174
-References 176
Chapter 10. Environmental quality since 1820 by Kees Klein Goldewijk 179
-Introduction 180
-Description of the concepts used 181
-Historical sources 184
-Data quality 184
-Main highlights of trends in environmental quality 185
-Correlation with GDP per capita 194
-Priorities for future research 194
-References 196
Chapter 11. Income inequality since 1820 by 199
-Introduction 200
-Description of the concepts used 200
-Historical sources 202
-Data quality 204
-Main highlights of trends in income inequality  205
-Correlation with GDP per capita  210
-Priorities for future research 211
-References 212
Chapter 12. Gender inequality since 1820 by Sarah Carmichael, Selin Dilli and Auke Rijpma 217
-Introduction  218
-Description of the concepts used 220
-Historical sources 221
-Data quality  223
-Main highlights of trends in gender inequality  225
-Correlation with GDP per capita 239
-Priorities for future research 242
-References 245
Chapter 13. A composite view of well-being since 1820 by Auke Rijpma  249
-Introduction  250
-Description of the concepts used 254
-Main highlights of trends in composite indicators of human well-being 257
-Priorities for future research 267
-References 268

 

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Education since 1820

when 2014
who Bas van Leeuwen
Li Jieli
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what book How was life?: Global well-being since 1820
publisher OECD Publishing
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Bas van Leeuwen Li Jieli
   

Book Description

How was life in 1820, and how has it improved since then? What are the long-term trends in global well-being? Views on social progress since the Industrial Revolution are largely based on historical national accounting in the tradition of Kuznets and Maddison. But trends in real GDP per capita may not fully re­flect changes in other dimensions of well-being such as life expectancy, education, personal security or gender inequality. Looking at these indicators usually reveals a more equal world than the picture given by incomes alone, but has this always been the case? The new report How Was Life? aims to fill this gap. It presents the first systematic evidence on long-term trends in global well-being since 1820 for 25 major countries and 8 regions in the world covering more than 80% of the world’s population. It not only shows the data but also discusses the underlying sources and their limitations, pays attention to country averages and inequality, and pinpoints avenues for further research.

The How Was Life? report is the product of collaboration between the OECD, the OECD Development Centre and the CLIO-INFRA project. It represents the culmination of work by a group of economic historians to systematically chart long-term changes in the dimensions of global well-being and inequality, making use of the most recent research carried out within the discipline. The historical evidence reviewed in the report is organised around 10 different dimensions of well-being that mirror those used by the OECD in its well-being report How’s Life? (www.oecd.org/howslife), and draw on the best sources and expertise currently available for historical perspectives in this field. These dimensions are:per capita GDP, real wages, educational attainment, life expectancy, height, personal security, political institutions, environmental quality, income inequality and gender inequality.

 

Book Contents

Preface  13
Acknowledgments 15
Readers’ Guide 17
Executive summary 19
Chapter 1. Global well-being since 1820 by Jan Luiten van Zanden, Joerg Baten, Marco Mira d’Ercole, Auke Rijpma, Conal Smith and Marcel Timmer 23
-Introduction 24
-Aim of this study 25
-Overview of indicators covered 27
-Data quality 29
Practical issues regarding country coverage 30
-Main highlights 31
-References 36
Chapter 2. Demographic trends since 1820 by Lotte van der Vleuten and Jan Kok 37
-Introduction 38
-Data quality 38
-World population 1820-2000: trends and trajectories 41
-Demographic transitions 46
-Implications of demographic change  51
-Priorities for future research 53
-References 53
Chapter 3. GDP per capita since 1820 by Jutta Bolt, Marcel Timmer and Jan Luiten van Zanden 57
-Introduction 58
-Description of the concepts used 58
-Historical sources 59
-Data quality 61
-Main highlights of GDP trends since 1820 64
-Priorities for future research 71
-References 72
Chapter 4. Real wages since 1820 by Pim de Zwart, Bas van Leeuwen and Jieli van Leeuwen-Li  73
-Introduction 74
-Description of the concepts used 75
-Historical sources 76
-Data quality 77
-Main highlights of wage trends 79
-Correlation with GDP per capita 83
-Priorities for future research 84
-References 85
Chapter 5. Education since 1820 by Bas van Leeuwen and Jieli van Leeuwen-Li 87
-Introduction 88
-Description of the concepts used 88
-Historical sources 89
-Data quality 91
-Main highlights of education trends  93
-Correlation with GDP per capita 97
-Priorities for future research 98
-References 98
Chapter 6. Life expectancy since 1820 by Richard L. Zijdema and Filipa Ribeiro de Silva 101
-Introduction 102
-Description of the concepts used 103
-Historical sources 104
-Data quality 104
-Main highlights of life expectancy trends 106
-Correlation with GDP per capita 110
-Priorities for future research  112
-References 114
Chapter 7. Human height since 1820 by Joerg Baten and Matthias Blum 117
-Introduction 118
-Description of the concepts used 119
-Historical sources 120
-Data quality 122
-Main highlights of human height trends 124
-Correlation with GDP per capita 128
-Priorities for future research 132
-References 134
Chapter 8. Personal security since 1820 by Joerg Baten, Winny Bierman, Peter Foldvari, and Jan Luiten van Zanden 139
-Introduction 140
-Description of the concepts used 141
-Historical sources 142
-Data quality 143
-Main highlights of trends in personal security 145
-Correlation with GDP per capita 154
-Priorities for future research 155
-References 157
Chapter 9. Political institutions since 1820 by Peter Foldvari and Katalin Buzasi 159
-Introduction 160
-Description of the concepts used 160
-Historical sources 162
-Data quality 163
-Main highlights of trends in political institutions 165
-Correlation with GDP per capita 173
-Priorities for future research 174
-References 176
Chapter 10. Environmental quality since 1820 by Kees Klein Goldewijk 179
-Introduction 180
-Description of the concepts used 181
-Historical sources 184
-Data quality 184
-Main highlights of trends in environmental quality 185
-Correlation with GDP per capita 194
-Priorities for future research 194
-References 196
Chapter 11. Income inequality since 1820 by 199
-Introduction 200
-Description of the concepts used 200
-Historical sources 202
-Data quality 204
-Main highlights of trends in income inequality  205
-Correlation with GDP per capita  210
-Priorities for future research 211
-References 212
Chapter 12. Gender inequality since 1820 by Sarah Carmichael, Selin Dilli and Auke Rijpma 217
-Introduction  218
-Description of the concepts used 220
-Historical sources 221
-Data quality  223
-Main highlights of trends in gender inequality  225
-Correlation with GDP per capita 239
-Priorities for future research 242
-References 245
Chapter 13. A composite view of well-being since 1820 by Auke Rijpma  249
-Introduction  250
-Description of the concepts used 254
-Main highlights of trends in composite indicators of human well-being 257
-Priorities for future research 267
-References 268

 

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晚清财政:1851-1894

when 2008
who Shi Zhihong
Xu Yi
what book 晚清财政:1851-1894
publisher Shanghai University of Finance and Economics Press (上海财经大学出版社)
where Shanghai
language Chinese

involved project member(s)

Xu Yi
 

Book Description

本书是“中国经济史学文苑”之一,全书共分4个章节,主要对1851-1894的晚清财政作了分析与研究,具体内容包括清朝前期财政概述、太平天国起义对清朝财政的影响、两次鸦片战争对清朝财政的影响、甲午(1894年)之前清朝财政收支的结构和规模。该书可供各大专院校作为教材使用,也可供从事相关工作的人员作为参考用书使用。

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总序
第一章 清朝前期财政概述
第一节 财政管理
一、财务行政机构
二、财政管理体制及主要制度
三、仓、库制度
第二节 财政收入
一、田赋
二、盐法和盐课
三、榷关和关税
四、杂赋
五、捐输
第三节 财政支出
一、军费
二、官俸及养廉
三、行政经费
四、驿站经费
五、廪膳膏火及科场经费
六、工程费
七、采办和织造费
八、保息及救荒支出
第四节 收支大势
一、顺治至康熙前期
二、康熙中期至乾隆时期
三、嘉庆至道光时期
第二章 太平天国起义对清朝财政的影响
第一节 太平天国起义引发清政府空前的财政危机
一、咸丰、同治时期的财政大危机
二、户部银库收支所反映的财政大危机
三、清政府镇压人民起义的军需支出估计
第二节 清政府应对财政危机的措施
一、开捐例
二、铸造大钱及发行官票、宝钞
三、加征田赋
四、举借内债
第三节 厘金的创办、推行与征收
一、厘金的创办及推行
二、厘金的种类、征收制度和征收机构
三、厘金的收数
第四节 中央集权财政体制的动摇
一、中央与各省权力格局的变化
二、财政体制的变化
第三章 两次鸦片战争对清朝财政的影响
第一节 第一次鸦片战争与“协定关税”
一、中英《南京条约》及其附约对中国关税主权的侵夺
二、中美《望厦条约》、中法《黄埔条约》与“协定关税”原则的确立
第二节 第二次鸦片战争与海关行政权的丧失及中国关税主权的进一步被剥夺
一、江海关行政权的丧失
二、税务司制度的全面推广
三、对中国关税主权的进一步侵夺
第三节 两次鸦片战争以后的海关税收
一、海关税收的增长
二、海关税收的分配
第四节 近代的第一批外债
一、镇压太平天国时期的借款
二、左宗棠西征及平定新疆借款
三、台防及中法战争借款
四、其他军政借款
第四章 甲午(1894年)之前清朝财政收支的结构和规模
第一节 奏销收支
一、收入
二、支出
第二节 外销收支
一、“捐”的意义的嬗变与新捐税的滥觞
二、外销收支财政地位的变化
三、外销收入估计
四、外销支出
第三节 收支大势与财政规模
一、甲午前的收支大势
二、甲午前财政规模估计
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绥服远人:清帝国治理广西的教化策略

when 2013
who Xu Yi
what book 绥服远人:清帝国治理广西的教化策略
publisher Social Science Academic Press (社会文献科学出版社)
where Beijing (北京)
language Chinese

involved project member(s)

Xu Yi
 

Book Description

在清人的话语中,广西缺乏鲜明的区位特征,始终是一个处于“中国”与“蛮夷”之间的“渐染之地”,或者是一个处于“内地”与“边省”之间的模糊地带。满族作为异族身份在广西这样一个区位模糊的省份能够建立起统治合法性,在很大程度上是因为在当地成功构建了一项超越传统的“汉化”模式且具有普世意义的教化工程。然而,也正是这种区位识别上的模糊性,使得清帝国在广西构建与维护教化工程的过程中显得摇摆不定,最终导致了整个教化工程的坍塌。《绥服远人:清帝国治理广西的教化策略》包含两个主题:一是从清人自身表达出发,重构广西在清帝国治理战略中的角色与地位,进而揭示出清代广西区位的模糊特征。二是探讨清帝国教化工程在广西的构建、变动以及最终颓败的全过程。

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导论“普世主义的教化工程”与“广西”:对清帝国前期治理策略的思考
上编 清帝国教化工程在广西的建成
第一章 “文德绥怀”:明清易代与治桂策略的转变
引子 杨芳眼中的广西
第一节 “边缘”与“之间”:明代广西的复杂含义
第二节 明人治桂的困局
第三节 “首明教化”:清人的治桂策略
第二章 “教养之责”:帝国教化工程重建于广西
引子 陆祚藩的抱怨
第一节 重开乡试与重建官学
第二节 清王朝的经费改革与养士合法性的确立
第三节 塑造臣民:明靖江王室后裔朱若炳的个案研究
第三章 “永绥兆姓”:清帝国的“文教普世主义”与广西
引子 雍正帝心目中的广西
第一节 从明代的“小省”到清初的“边省”
第二节 恩威并施:雍正帝的激进改革
第四章 “蒸蒸向化”:广西人对清帝国教化工程的认同
引子 御赐“土才子”农庚尧的仕进之路
第一节 清帝如何处置“无人应试之区”
第二节 助学校之不及

下编 清帝国教化工程在广西的颓败
第五章 从“边省”到“内地”:乾隆帝的政策转向
引子 乾隆帝如何应对来自广西的鞠恺奏折
第一节 乾隆帝的“科场整饬”之一:“反冒籍”
第二节 乾隆帝的“科场整饬”之二:“反舞弊”
第三节 乾隆帝的“科场整饬”之三:“反勒派”
第六章 帝国教化工程的颓败与广西社会的动荡
引子 钱楷的哀叹
第一节 文教普及运动的中挫
第二节 “文教空白区”的社会动荡及清帝国的治理失误
第三节 从“教化”到“敛财”:咸丰帝的彻底放弃

附表
附表一 明代乡试解额人数一览表
附表二 清代乡试解额人数一览表
附表三 清朝广西各府、州、县学设立时间一览表
附表四 清代广西进士名录与籍贯一览表
附表五 清代各个时段广西各地的学额一览表
附表六 清代前期广西官学学田及其学租一览表
附表七 清代前期广西各府、州、县廪粮一览表
附表八 清代前期广西各府贫生银两一览表
附表九 清代广西庶吉士一览表
附表十 乾隆二十五年(1760)以前(包括乾隆二十五年)义学、社学统计表
附表十一 乾隆二十五年(1760)以后义学、社学统计表
附表十二 乾隆二十五年(1760)以前(包括乾隆二十五年)广西书院统计表
附表十三 乾隆二十五年(1760)以后广西书院统计表
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A history of Market Performance from Ancient Babylonia to the Modern World

when 2014
editors R.J. Van der Spek
Jan Luiten van Zanden
Bas van Leeuwen
what book A history of Market Performance from Ancient Babylonia to the Modern World
publisher Routledge
where London and New York
language English

involved project member(s)

Bas van Leeuwen
 

Book Description

This exciting new volume examines the development of market performance from Antiquity until the dawn of the Industrial Revolution.

Efficient market structures are agreed by most economists to serve as evidence of economic prosperity, and to be prerequisites for further economic growth. However, this is the first study to examine market performance as a whole, over such a large time period. Presenting a hitherto unknown and inaccessible corpus of data from ancient Babylonia, this international set of contributors are for the first time able to offer an in-depth study of market performance over a period of 2,500 years.

The contributions focus on the market of staple crops, as they were crucial goods in these societies. Over this entire period, all papers provide a similar conceptual and methodological framework resting on a common definition of market performance combined with qualitative and quantitative analyses resting on new and improved price data. In this way, the book is able to combine analysis of the Babylonian period with similar work on the Roman, Early-and Late Medieval and Early Modern period.

Bringing together input from assyriologists, ancient historians, economic historians and economists, this volume will be crucial reading for all those with an interest in ancient history, economic history and economics.

Book Contents

1. Markets from Ancient Babylonia to the Modern World. An Introduction R.J. van der Spek, Bas van Leeuwen and J.L. van Zanden

Part I: Methodology 2. Market performance in early economies: concepts and empirics: With an application to Babylon.P. Foldvari and B. van Leeuwen, 3. Analysis of Historical Time Series with Messy Features:: The Case of Commodity Prices in Babylonia Lennart Hoogerheide and S.J. Koopman 4. Market performance and welfare: why price instability hurts K.G. Persson,

Part II: Market Performance in Babylonia and the Mediterranean in Antiquity 5. Market Performance and Market Integration in Babylonia in the ‘Long Sixth Century’ BC Michael Jursa 6. Prices and related data from Northern Babylonia in the Late Achaemenid and Early Hellenistic periods, ca. 480-300 BC J. Hackl and R. Pirngruber 7. Climate, war and economic development: the case of second-century BC Babylon J.A.M. Huijs, R. Pirngruber and B. van Leeuwen 8. Mediterranean grain prices in classical antiquity Sitta von Reden and Dominic Rathbone 9. Soldiers and booze, the rise and decline of a Roman market economy in north-western Europe Eltjo Buringh and Maarten Bosker

Part III: Market Performance From the Middle Ages to the Nineteenth Century 10. Price volatility and markets in late medieval and early modern Europe Victoria Bateman 11. Markets and Price Fluctuations in England and Ireland, 1785-1913 L. Kennedy and Peter Solar 12. Market integration in China, AD 960 – 1644 Liu Guanglin 13. The organization and scope of grain markets in Qing China (1644-1911) Carol H. Shiue

IV: Money and Markets 14. Circulation of Coins and Economic History in Syria and Mesopotamia in the sixth to first centuries BC Frédérique Duyrat 15. A frog’s eye view of the Roman market: the Batavian case. J.G. Aarts 16. The circulation of money and the behaviour of prices in Medieval and early modern England Nick Mayhew 17. Money supply and the price mechanism: the interaction of money, prices and wages in Beijing in the long 19th century Peng Kaixiang

Part V: Long-Term Patterns 18. Risk aversion and storage in autarkic societies: from Babylonian times until the era of globalization B. van Leeuwen and P. Foldvari 19. Growing silver and changing prices: the development of the money stock in ancient Babylonia and medieval England R.J. van der Spek, B. van Leeuwen and P. Földvári 20. Long-run patterns in market performance in the Near East, the Mediterranean and Europe from Antiquity to c. AD 1800 B. van Leeuwen, P. Foldvari and J.L. van Zanden

VI: Conclusion 21. Markets from Babylon to Belfast. Some concluding remarks R.J. van der Spek, B. van Leeuwen, J.L. van Zanden

Routledge Explorations in Economic History

This long established series provides a platform for books which break new ground in the understanding of the development of the modern world economy. Equally rooted in economics and history, the series is not limited to any particular period or region. Individual titles focus on particular countries, key industries, themes, or international economic relations.

 

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MLA Van der Spek, Robartus Johannes, Jan Luiten van Zanden, and Bas van Leeuwen, eds. A history of market performance: from ancient Babylonia to the modern world. Routledge, 2014.
APA Van der Spek, R. J., van Zanden, J. L., & van Leeuwen, B. (Eds.). (2014). A history of market performance: from ancient Babylonia to the modern world. Routledge.
Chicago Van der Spek, Robartus Johannes, Jan Luiten van Zanden, and Bas van Leeuwen, eds. A history of market performance: from ancient Babylonia to the modern world. Routledge, 2014.
Harvard Van der Spek, R.J., van Zanden, J.L. and van Leeuwen, B. eds., 2014. A history of market performance: from ancient Babylonia to the modern world. Routledge.
Vancouver Van der Spek RJ, van Zanden JL, van Leeuwen B, editors. A history of market performance: from ancient Babylonia to the modern world. Routledge; 2014 Sep 4.

British Economic Growth, 1270–1870

when 2015
who Stephen Broadberry
Bruce M. S. Campbell
Alexander Klein
Mark Overton
Bas van Leeuwen
what book British Economic Growth, 1270–1870
publisher Cambridge University Press
where Cambridge
language English

involved project member(s)

Bas van Leeuwen
 

Book Description

This is a definitive new account of Britain’s economic evolution from a backwater of Europe in 1270 to the hub of the global economy in 1870. A team of leading economic historians reconstruct Britain’s national accounts for the first time right back into the thirteenth century to show what really happened quantitatively during the centuries leading up to the Industrial Revolution. Contrary to traditional views of the earlier period as one of Malthusian stagnation, they reveal how the transition to modern economic growth built on the earlier foundations of a persistent upward trend in GDP per capita which doubled between 1270 and 1700. Featuring comprehensive estimates of population, land use, agricultural production, industrial and service-sector production and GDP per capita, as well as analysis of their implications, this will be an essential reference for anyone interested in British economic history and the origins of modern economic growth more generally.

• The first systematic quantitative account of British economic history reaching back to the thirteenth century, providing the most comprehensive framework yet for understanding long run economic development • Offers a detailed grounding of the quantitative material in the historical context, appealing to economic historians with a background and training in history as well as those with a training in economics • Appeals to a global audience by placing the British experience within an international comparative perspective

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Part I. Measuring Economic Growth; Section 1. Population; Part II. Analysing Economic Growth; Section 1. Real-Wage-Rates and GDP Per Head.

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‘This book continues the path-breaking tradition initiated by Phyllis Deane and W. A. Cole [in] British Economic Growth, 1688-1959: Trends and Structure (1962). I can only congratulate Cambridge University Press for maintaining it and encouraging the publication of such a landmark in British and international economic history. My hope is that is will set the standards for research in other countries’ economic history.’ Leandro Prados de la Escosura, Universidad Carlos III

‘Our knowledge of Britain’s growth history has just taken a quantum leap forward. The authors’ well-documented fresh results force us to re-think the views of Malthus and Maddison on growth before 1800. Even the growth implications of the Black Death and the Industrial Revolution now look different. This team of authors sets a high standard of transparency, allowing others to replicate or revise their estimates.’ Peter H. Lindert, University of California, Davis

‘This invaluable volume combines the compilation of masses of core data for estimating GDP and GDP per capita across six centuries with a host of reinterpretations that challenge and frequently demolish long-cherished views of the past. It is a massive achievement that is certain to form the starting-point for historical studies of Britain’s long-run economic performance for many years to come.’ John Hatcher, University of Cambridge

‘This is a path-breaking reconstruction and analysis of the British economy in the very long run, making full use of the available historical data from the Middle Ages onwards, which sets new standards for economic historical research into the ‘wealth of nations’ and sheds new light on the single most important question in the field: why did the Industrial Revolution happen in this part of the world?’ Jan Luiten van Zanden, Utrecht University

‘British Economic Growth, 1270–1870 is a true landmark in economic history. Based on extensive research and a meticulous comparison of sources, it will transform our understanding of Britain’s past and also reshape the debate over the ‘great divergence’ and the causes of the Industrial Revolution.’ Philip T. Hoffman, California Institute of Technology

‘In this book, a team of leading UK economic historians reconstructs Britain’s national accounts to show what happened quantitatively during the centuries leading up to the Industrial Revolution … Excellent bibliography. Summing up: recommended.’ J. Murdock, Choice

‘British Economic Growth, 1270–1870 makes a big leap forward in our understanding of the long-run performance of what became the leading nineteenth-century economy and the workshop of the world. It does so by implementing a giant quantitative enterprise, one that will make it the standard data source for studying the evolution of the British economy for decades to come.’ Journal of Economic Literature

‘This book contains a remarkable amount of advanced scholarship in British economic history, making sense of over six centuries of economic development. It is aimed squarely at the economic history community and its authors can look forward to its influence being felt in that discipline for a long time.’ David Meredith, The English Historical Review

‘British Economic Growth is the collective work of a remarkable international group of economic historians … It is an attempt to reconstruct England’s and Britain’s national income accounts from 1270 to 1870 and to reveal the origins of Britain’s modern economic growth. … a remarkable achievement, which transforms our understanding of Britain’s rise to economic supremacy. … This landmark in British and international economic history is recommended to both experts and all those who are interested in the interrelationships between history and economic development.’ György Borus, Hungarian Journal of English and American Studies

 

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Broadberry, Stephen, et al. British economic growth, 1270–1870. Cambridge University Press, 2015.
APA Broadberry, S., Campbell, B. M., Klein, A., Overton, M., & Van Leeuwen, B. (2015). British economic growth, 1270–1870. Cambridge University Press.
Chicago Broadberry, Stephen, Bruce MS Campbell, Alexander Klein, Mark Overton, and Bas Van Leeuwen. British economic growth, 1270–1870. Cambridge University Press, 2015.
Harvard Broadberry, S., Campbell, B.M., Klein, A., Overton, M. and Van Leeuwen, B., 2015. British economic growth, 1270–1870. Cambridge University Press.
Vancouver Broadberry S, Campbell BM, Klein A, Overton M, Van Leeuwen B. British economic growth, 1270–1870. Cambridge University Press; 2015 Jan 22.