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Quantitative History Webinar Series - Transition to Agriculture and First State Presence [Ola Olsson, University of Gothenburg]

Quantitative History Webinar Series - Transition to Agriculture and First State Presence [Ola Olsson, University of Gothenburg]

It has often been observed that the emergence of states in a region is typically preceded by an earlier transition to agricultural production. In this Quantitative History Webinar, Ola Olsson (University of Gothenburg) presents a global scale analysis of the chronological relationship between the transition to agriculture and the subsequent emergence of states. Live on Zoom on April 8, 2021 16:00 Hong Kong/Beijing/Singapore

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 Asia Global Institute

 31st March, 2021

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