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The Past and Present of the Ancient Tea Horse Road

gdri (22 juin 2016)

The Ancient Tea Horse Road is an international trade passage in the southwestern region of China used for economic and cultural communications. Horses were the main means of transportation on the Tea Horse Road and the passage originated from the “Tea-Horse Trade” of the Tang and Song Dynasties. ...

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Conference: Consuls, Facilitators for Market Intermediation in Europe and the Mediterranean World (XVII-XIX Centuries)

gdri (28 mars 2014)

Centre for the Modern and Contemporary Mediterranean of University of Nice Sophia Antipolis will host the “Consuls, facilitators for market intermediation in Europe and the Mediterranean world (XVII-XIX centuries)” conference from 10 April through 12 April, 2014. This conference will aim to ...

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The Thirteen-Hong

gdri (21 mai 2016)

At the end of the seventeenth century, in Guangzhou, Guangdong, there was a region of business hotels ran by trade organizations to receive merchants from distant lands. These establishments uniformly imported foreign products and sold Chinese goods. This was the once powerful “Guangzhou Thirteen- ...

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The 2nd International GDRI Conference Program

gdri (13 nov. 2014)

2nd EurasiaTrajeco conference: Connected Histories—Trading Networks Across the Eurasian Continent: Structures, Practices, and Socio-economic Impact Paris, EHESS, 28-29 November 2014 190-198, avenue de France, 75013 Paris /105 boulevard Raspail, 75006, Paris         Several paradigm shifts ...

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Lecture on the Origins of the Great Divergence

gdri (13 avr. 2014)

In the seminar The origins of globalization and the divergence between Europe and Asia hosted by Professor François Gipouloux, Professor Jan Luiten van Zanden (Department of History and Art History, Utrecht University) will deliver a lecture called "New quantitative economic historical research on ...

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Brève Histoire Des Empires

gdri (29 août 2014)

About the author Gabriel Martinez-Gros, professor of medieval history of the Muslim world at Paris West University Nanterre, is one of the leading experts on classical Islam. He succeeded LucetteValensi as director of the l'Institutd'études de l'Islam et des sociétés du monde musulman (IISMM/ ...

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First International GDRI Conference Program

gdri (9 févr. 2014)

 1st GDRI conference «Origins of Globalisation and the Great Divergence: Trading Networks and the Trajectory of Economic Institutions—Europe-Asia, 1500-2000» was held in Paris, 29-30, November 2013. This conference aims to undertake the first large-scale investigation on a set of economic ...

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Prof. Lin Man-houng Gave a Speech on Silver, Monetary Revolution and Qing Dynasty

gdri (27 déc. 2014)

Professor Lin Man-houng is a research fellow at Institute of Modern History of Academia Sinica. In comparison with other historians, she is particularly interested in the total historical study from the perspective of some economic issues. The issues she has dealt with include treaty ports and ...

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Chinese Coin and Changes in Monetary Preferences in Maritime East Asia in the Fifteenth-Seventeenth Centuries.

gdri (28 févr. 2015)

This article is written by Richard von Glahn, Professor at the Department of History in UCLA. This article is published in Journal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient, Volume 57, Issue 5, pages 629 – 668. Professor Richard von Glahn's primary field of research is the economic and ...

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