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Comparative performance of different civilizations in the history of the Maritime Silk Road 海上絲路歷史中不同文明的表現

Comparative performance of different civilizations in the history of the Maritime Silk Road 海上絲路歷史中不同文明的表現

This Thursday, the Quantitative History Webinar Series will return with our very own Zhiwu Chen, who will speak on comparative performance of different civilizations in the 2000-year history of the Maritime Silk Road. The Series is co-organized by the Asia Global Institute and Faculty of Business and Economics. This event will also be available on FB live: https://www.facebook.com/AsiaGlobalInstitute/live

 Asia Global Institute

 9th June, 2020

#AsiaGlobalInstitute #FBE #economichistory #quantitativehistory #webinar


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