|Publisher:||Cambridge University Press|
|Series:||Cambridge Library Collection - Anthropology Series|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.30(h) x 1.60(d)|
Table of Contents
Book IV. Ownership in China: 1. The land and its history; 2. The ancient monarchy; 3. Political ethics and political economy; 4. The rural economy of the Chow; 5. Industry and trade in the middle antiquity of China; 6. Social and domestic relations in mediaeval China; 7. Feudalism and the fall of Chow; 8. The philosophers of the hundred schools; 9. The usurpation of T'sin and the burning of the books; 10. Reign of the Han Dynasty (206 BC-229 AD); 11. From the Three Kingdoms to the Souy Dynasty (221-620 AD); 12. The Tang Dynasty (620-907 AD); 13. Chinese finance from the Han to the Tang Dynasty; 14. Posterior dynasties and the Sung (907-1280 AD); 15. Agrarian economy and the innovator's laws; 16. Taxation and finance under the Sung; 17. Two literary statesmen of the Sung Dynasty; 18. Controversies, the schools and the examinations; 19. Foreign accounts of China under the Sung and the first Mongols; 20. The Mongols after Kubla; 21. The Ming Dynasty (1368-1649 AD); 22. Education, art, and social changes under the Ming; 23. Foreign accounts of China under the Ming; 24. The Mantchu Dynasty, called Tsing, 1644-****; 25. Contemporary China; 26. Life in Chinese villages; 27. The wages and organization of industry; 28. Commerce and trade; 29. The law of marriage and inheritance; 30. Agrarian laws and customs; 31. Financial and mercantile offences; 32. Miscellaneous laws, administration and social institutions; Conclusions; Appendices; Index.