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Quantitative History Webinar

Quantitative History Webinar

Cheng Yang of Renmin University of China assesses the long-run economic development of China, by constructing a new estimate of the male occupational structure during 1734–1898 by sector, sub-sector pattern, and region. Within agriculture, substantial regional differences in labour organisation are revealed. Discussant: Debin Ma, Professor of Economic History, University of Oxford [Areas of Excellence (AoE) QH project team member]

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 HK Institute for Humanities & Soc. Sci.

 28th November, 2022

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