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QH Webinar - Involution or Industrialization: Reinterpreting the 19-20th Century Chinese Agriculture through the Perspectives of Seasonality

QH Webinar - Involution or Industrialization: Reinterpreting the 19-20th Century Chinese Agriculture through the Perspectives of Seasonality

Chinese agriculture remains central to our understanding of China's long-term Chinese economic growth trajectory and the Great Divergence debate. In this Quantitative History Webinar, Debin Ma of Hitotsubashi University revisits the debates of "involution" in the context of incorporating agriculture seasonality. Speaker: Debin Ma (Hitotsubashi) With discussants: Kenneth Pomeranz, FBA (Chicago) & Osamu Saito (Hitotsubashi)

 Asia Global Institute

 10th May, 2021

#AsiaGlobalInstitute #Economics #HKUBusinessSchool #economichistory #quantitativehistory

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