Re-estimate of Production in Silk Textile Industry of China in Middle of the 19th Century

when 2014
who Xu Yi
what journal Ancient and Modern Agriculture (古今农业)
what paper Re-estimate of Production in Silk Textile Industry of China in Middle of the 19th Century (19世纪中叶中国丝纺织业生产估值的再研究)
language Chinese

involved project member(s)

Xu Yi
 

abstract

Combining the new dataset with GDP approach,this paper re-estimates the total output in silk textile industry of China in the middle of the 19 th century and the added value to the output with the benchmark price of 1933. 

keywords

Middle of the 19th Century, Silk Textile Industry of China, Added Value to the Output

 

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The Performance of Chinese Industry in a World Perspective, ca. 1850-2012: A Value Added Approach

when 2016
who Xu Yi
Bas van Leeuwen
what journal Researches in Chinese Economic History (中国经济史研究)
what paper The Performance of Chinese Industry in a World Perspective,ca. 1850 -2012: A Value Added Approach (中国工业的长期表现及其全球比较:1850—2012年——以增加值核算为中心)
language Chinese

involved project member(s)

Bas van Leeuwen Xu Yi
   

abstract

Based on new statistical materials from the United Nations as well as from historical research into various countries around the world,this paper arrives at an estimate of value added of Chinese and world industries between 1850 and 2012. In doing so,we not only modify past work from the scholar Paul Bairoch, but also arrive at significantly different conclusions about China ’s position in world industrialization.

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China,Industrialization,Value Added,World

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China in World Industrialization

when 2016
who Yi Xu

Bas van Leeuwen

what journal China Economist
what paper China in World Industrialization
language English

involved project member(s)

Bas van Leeuwen Xu Yi
   

abstract

Combining the sectoral accounting method of the System of National Accounts(SNA) with new statistical materials from the United Nations, as well as historical research into various countries around the world, this paper arrives at an estimate of value added of Chinese and world industries between 1850 and 2012. In doing so, we not only modify past work by Paul Bairoch, but also arrive at significantly different conclusions about China’s position in world industrialization. 

keywords

China, industrialization, value added, world

link to paper page of the journal website

http://www.chinaeconomist.com/index.php/2017/05/22/china-in-world-industrialization/

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MLA Xu, Y., and Bas van Leeuwen. “China in World Industrialization.” China Economist 11.6 (2016): 98-109.
APA Xu, Y., & van Leeuwen, B. (2016). China in World Industrialization. China Economist, 11(6), 98-109.
Chicago Xu, Y., and Bas van Leeuwen. “China in World Industrialization.” China Economist 11, no. 6 (2016): 98-109.
Harvard Xu, Y. and van Leeuwen, B., 2016. China in World Industrialization. China Economist, 11(6), pp.98-109.
Vancouver Xu Y, van Leeuwen B. China in World Industrialization. China Economist. 2016;11(6):98-109.