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    【4月23日】【经济学院名家讲座系列·2019年春季学期第一讲】The Fiscal State in Chinese History

    [发表时间]:2019-04-22 [来源]:经济学院 [浏览次数]:

      讲座主题:The Fiscal State in Chinese History

      主讲嘉宾:万志英(Richard von Glahn),美国加州大学洛杉矶分校历史学教授

      讲座时间:2019年4月23日(周二),下午14:00-17:00

      讲座地点:沙河校区主教408

      嘉宾简介:万志英(Richard von Glahn),著名汉学家,耶鲁大学博士,“加州学派”主要代表性人物。主要研究10~18世纪的中国经济社会史、全球经济史、东亚海洋史。编有《中国史上的宋元明过渡》(The Song-Yuan-Ming Transition in Chinese History),著有《财源:1000~1700年的中国货币与货币政策》(Fountain of Fortune: Money and Monetary Policy in China, 1000-1700)、《从古代到十九世纪的中国经济史》(The Economic History of China from Antiquity to the Nineteenth Century)等。

      内容摘要:

      In the past two decades, increasing attention has been paid to the significance of the fiscal capacity of the premodern state in promoting or retarding economic growth.  In particular, the economic history scholarship has stressed the positive impact that the emergence of the “fiscal state” (drawing on Schumpeter’s concept of the tax state) had in enhancing economic growth in early modern Europe.  Comparative studies have contrasted the administrative efficiency of the emerging European fiscal state with contemporary Asian empires (the Ottomans, Mughals, and the Ming-Qing empires in China) to explain the “Great Divergence” in economic performance and state formation in the early modern period.  My intervention in this discussion seeks to contextualize the Ming-Qing state within the larger framework of Chinese state formation over the whole arc of the imperial era.  I identify four basic types of fiscal state that have appeared in China from the Qin unification to Ming-Qing times and assess their implications for economic growth.

      本讲座获得2019年中央财经大学国合处引智项目资助。


    [编辑]:张萌

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