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Economic structure of the Yüan dynasty

Lien Sung

Economic structure of the Yüan dynasty

by Lien Sung

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Published by Harvard University Press in Cambridge .
Written in English

    Places:
  • China,
  • China.
    • Subjects:
    • Taxation -- China,
    • China -- Economic conditions

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 243-248.

      Statementtranslation of chapters 93 and 94 of the Yüan shih, by Herbert Franz Schurmann.
      SeriesHarvard-Yenching Instutute studies,, 16
      ContributionsSchurmann, Franz, 1924- ed. and tr.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHC427 .S86
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxviii, 251 p.
      Number of Pages251
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6198667M
      LC Control Number56007216
      OCLC/WorldCa3957279

      Schurmann translated the two economic-focused chapters of the Yiian -Shih, or "The History of Yuan". To analyze Schurmann's resulting book: Economic Structure of the Yuan Dynasty 8, I've relied on scholarly reviews and citations to understand some of its content. The book is chiefly an informative study and providesFile Size: 1MB. Economic Expansion. While the Song dynasty ( ) was characterized by financial problems and military weakness, it also experienced an economic expansion so great that it was referred to as the "commercial revolution" by scholars. The economic upturn was chiefly propelled by improved.

      economic structure of the Yuan dynasty in great detail, explaining the social and economic history of China during the Mongol emperors rule. His research originates from monographs on the economy of the Yuan, as well as data on the land survey, monopolies, agriculture, and currency. The information from hisFile Size: KB.  The Song Dynasty ( AD), specifically the Northern Song Dynasty, had a huge economic revolution from to AD, with this economic revolution, they were able to avoid fighting, unlike many other dynasties, which had focused on gaining power with violence. The Song took a different approach since their military was not very strong.

      History >> Ancient China The Yuan Dynasty was a period of time when China was under the rule of the Mongol Empire. The Yuan ruled China from to It was followed by the Ming Dynasty. Start studying China Quizlet. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. What was the social structure of the Yuan Dynasty? Society was divided into four groups: Mongols, other foreigners, people from northern China, people from southern China. Describe the economy of the Yuan Dynasty.


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Economic Structure of the Yuan Dynasty Paperback – January 1, by Herbert Franz Schurmann (Author)Author: Herbert Franz Schurmann. Economic Structure of the Yuan Dynasty: Translation of Chapters 93 and 94 of the Yuan shih (Harvard-yenching Institute Studies) [Schurmann, Herbert Franz] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Herbert Franz Schurmann.

Economic Structure of the Yüan Dynasty. Translation of Chapters 93 and 94 of the Yüan shih. By Herbert Franz Schurmann. Harvard-Yenching Institute Studies XVI. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, xviii, Maps, Bibliography. $ - Volume 19 Issue 3 - Author: Etienne Balazs.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Song, Lian, Economic structure of the Yüan dynasty. Cambridge, Harvard University Press, [©]. Get this from a library. Economic structure of the Yüan dynasty: translation of chapters 93 and 94 of the Yüan shih.

[Lian Song; Franz Schurmann]. Yuan Dynasty (): The Economy. Sources. Agricultural Policies. As the first nomadic conquerors to rule over China, the Mongols have been blamed by traditional historians for the damage to and destruction of the agriculture-based Chinese economy during the Yuan period.

The more recent, revisionist studies, however, suggest that the Mongol rulers encouraged agriculture. Under the Yuan Dynasty, the focus of the economy was on agriculture; the focus switched from animal domestication to the cultivation of more crops, like cotton and rice, to provide a surplus for.

Yuan was the first dynasty to make Beijing (called Dadu by the Yuan) its capital, moving it there from Karakorum (now in Mongolia) in The Yuan rebuilt the Grand Canal and put the roads and postal stations in good order, and their rule coincided with new cultural achievements including the development of the novel as a literary form.

The difference between rich and poor widened during the Mongol rule; this was one reason for the end of the Yuan dynasty. Another reason was that the general economic situation worsened at the begin of 14th century.

Having been stable for a long time, the nationwide introduced paper currency suffered from a. The History of Yuan (Yuán Shǐ), also known as the Yuanshi, is one of the official Chinese historical works known as the Twenty-Four Histories of sioned by the court of the Ming dynasty, in accordance to political tradition, the text was composed in by the official Bureau of History of the Ming dynasty, under direction of Song Lian (–).Simplified Chinese: 元史.

Social Economy of Yuan Dynasty. Under the wise governing the Mongolian rulers, the social economy in the Yuan Dynasty in early period developed fairly well in agriculture, handicraft industry, commerce and foreign trade.

The agriculture was the major economy of the Yuan Dynasty. The Yuan dynasty 元 () was the house of the great Mongolian khan Qubilai (Chinese name Emperor Shizu 元世祖, r. ) and his descendants that ruled over China.

- An Encyclopaedia on Chinese History, Literature and Art. Popular Yuan Dynasty Books Showing of 11 The Secret History of the Mongol Queens: How the Daughters of Genghis Khan Rescued His Empire (Hardcover) by.

Jack Weatherford (shelved 1 time as yuan-dynasty) avg rating — 3, ratings — published Want to. Introduction. The Yuan dynasty sits awkwardly in Eurasian history.

The dynastic name, Yuan, is Chinese, as is the practice of naming dynastic houses not by the leading family’s surname but by the place where the regime began or, as was the case with the Yuan. The 'Four Class System' was a legal caste system in the Yuan Dynasty.

After the founding of the Yuan regime, Kublai Khan, the first emperor in the Yuan Dynasty, set up this system to consolidate the ruling status of the Mongolian Ethnic Minority, which had a small number with great disparity to.

The founding of the Yuan Dynasty The ancestors of the Mongols had long lived in the area between the northern Daxing'an Mountains in the north and the eastern bank of the Argun River before the nationality moved west to the Mongolian Plateau, living a nomadic life during the period of the Tang Dynasty, and which wasn't called Mongols in the Tang, Song, Liao, Jin period.

The Mongol Empire's economy was pretty good: stable, tolerant, effective, and efficient were almost no problems, except for the occasional burp (rebellions that were immediately put down, etc.); thus, it was called the Pax Mongolica, or the Mongol Peace (~13th century to 14th century).The Pax Mongolia was the period of time in which the economy, trade, as well as communication.

Culture. The Yuan Dynasty was a time of great cultural and industrial advancement in China. The innovations of the dynasty are impressive, especially in astronomy, mathematics, and medicine.

The Military Establishment of the Yuan Dynastyby Dr. Ch’i-ch’ing Hsiao is the outgrowth of one of several doctoral dissertations on the Yuan dynasty pursued under my direction at this first wasThe Economic Structure of the Yuan Dynastyby Dr. Herbert Franz Schurmann, published by the Harvard University Press in Now in Dr.

Hsiao’s work, consisting essentially of two. Kublai Khan, Kublai also spelled Khubilai or Kubla, temple name Shizu, (born —died ), Mongolian general and statesman, who was the grandson and greatest successor of Genghis the fifth emperor (reigned –94) of the Yuan, or Mongol, dynasty (–), he completed the conquest of China () started by Genghis Khan in and thus became the first Yuan ruler of the.

Yuan Dynasty (): China and the Inner Asian PeoplesSourcesLife on the Steppe. Unlike the Chinese Han ( B.C.E C.E.) people, who lived in a settled, agrarian economy, the lives of the Inner Asian peoples of the steppe evolved around a pastoral economy.

The nomadic tribal peoples depended on Source for information on Yuan Dynasty (): China and the Inner Asian .The Silver Standard, Warfare and Inflation: The Mechanism of Paper Money in Yuan China Guan Hanhui School of Economics, Peking University Mao Jie School of International Trade and Economics, University of International Business and Economics Abstract: The Yuan dynasty was the only dynasty to use paper money as its sole medium of.Qing Dynasty Social Structure; Qing Dynasty Economy.

The Qing Dynasty had multiple economical ups and downs, but it is regarded as one of China’s most important historical periods. 17th Century Economy.

As the 17th century was drawing to its end, the Chinese economy was struggling to recover from major war losses. The overthrow of the Ming.