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Quantitative History Webinar Series - In Pursuit of Heirloom Paintings: A Study of Property Rights Changes and Social Mobility in China, 960-1911 by Frank Shuo Chen (Fudan University)

Quantitative History Webinar Series - In Pursuit of Heirloom Paintings: A Study of Property Rights Changes and Social Mobility in China, 960-1911 by Frank Shuo Chen (Fudan University)

In this Quantitative History Webinar, Frank Shuo Chen will explain how to verify the correlation between the downward trend and social mobility in pre-modern China based on provincial panel data from 1368 to 1911: this downward shift in the social status of collectors was more pronounced in regions with greater social mobility. The purpose of this webinar is twofold. First, it increases understanding of the composition of elite households in pre-modern China. Second, it explores social mobility during the same period from a new perspective on the transfer of high-end art ownership.

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 Asia Global Institute

 23rd June, 2022

#Economics #HKUBusinessSchool #History #economichistory #quantitativehistory

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