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Author Hu Jichuang

Publisher Foreign Language Press

Isbn 9787119057552


August 2009

Pages 570

Size 16K

Edition First

Format Paperback

Language English

Page material gelatine plate paper

Product Description:

Hu Jichuang,the author,is a well.known scholar engaged in historical research on China's economic thought.Divided in to three sections,the book tells how China's economic thought de.veloped over the three thousand years prior to the May Fourth Movement in 1919.The first section deals with economic thought in the pre—Qin period(eleventh century to second century B.C.),the sec.ond with economic thought in the early days of the feudallandlord economy(second century B.C.to ninth century A.D.),the third with the later days of the feudal landlord economy and the semi.feudaland semi—colonial period(tenth century to 1919).

The book's illuminating facts and profound analysis reveal the noteworthy achievements in ancient Chinds economic thought,giving it its due in the history ofworld economic thought.

The book,translated into English by the author himself, is published particularly for anyone doing research in ancient Chinds economic thought.



Part one economic thought of the pre-qin period--before the founding of the qin dynasty in 221 b.c.

Chapter one economic thought of the western zhou dynasty (1066-771 b.c.)

Section I Wealth

Section II Agricultural Production

Section III Handicrafts and Trade

Section IV Markets

Section V Prices and Usury

Section VI Fiscal Policy

Supplementary Note--The Fiscal Viewpoint of “The Tribute System of Yu”

Chapter two economic thought of some statesmen of the spring and autumn period

Section I Guan Zhong on the Social Division of Occupations

Section II San Oi's Balance Theory of Money

Section III Fan Li on Commerce and Trade Cycles

Chapter three economic thought of confucius andhis school

Section I Confucius and His Immediate Followers

(1) Wealth

(2) Production and Commerce

(3) Distribution and Consumption

(4) State Finances

(5) General Survey of Confucius' Economic Thought

(6) Economic Thought in Great Learning and Doctrine of the Mean

(7) The Ideal of Great Harmony

Section II Economic Thought of Meng Ke (Mencius)

(1) Fundamental Attitude Towards Wealth

(2) Permanent Property

(3) Labour

(4) Price and Forestalling

(5) Finance

(6) Ideal of ling Land System

(7) Summary


Section I Mutual Benefits

Section II Value and Price

Section III Labour

Section IV State and Class

Section V Population

Section VI Finance

Section VII Consumption

Section VIII Short Summary

Chapter five economic thought in guan zi

Section I Economic Interpretation of Social Ethics

Section II Wealth and Labour

Section III Self-interest

Section IV Distribution

Section V The Prodigality Theory of Consumption

Section VI The "Light-Heavy" Theory

(1) The Origin and Aim of the "Light-Heavy" Theory

(2) Rules of the "Light-Heavy" Doctrine

(3) General Application of the "Light-Heavy" Doctrine

Section VII Theory of Money

Section VIII Price and Commerce

Section IX Public Finance

Section X Other Economic Policies

Section XI General Summary

Chapter six xun kuang and his concept of wants

Section I Human Wants

Section II Production of Wealth

Section III Distribution of Wealth

Section IV Other Economic Thought

Chapter seven economic thought of the legalist school

Section I Li Kui's Teaching "On the Best Use of the Productivity of Land"

Section II Shang Yang's Policy of Farming and War

(1) Shang Yang's Economic Ideas in General

(2) Policy of Farming and War

Section III Economic Thought of Han Fei

Section IV Summary

Chapter eight economic thought of taoists agri culturalists and others in the warring states period

Part two economic thought of the earlier period of the feudal landlord economy-from the second century b.c.to the ninth century ad.

Chapter nine economic thought of second century b.c thinkers and sima qlian

Chapter ten economic thought of sang hongyang and the polemics at the salt and iron confernce in 81b.c

Chapter eleven agricultural achievements and monetary ideas from the mid-second century to the first centuryb.c

Chapter twelve economic thougt of wang mang and other thinkers in the eastern han dynasty

Chapter thirteen economic thougt of the jin dynasty

Chapter fourteen economic thought of the south-ern and northern dynasties-from the fifth to the sixth century

Chapter fifteen economic thought of the tang dynasty-from the seventh to the ninth century

Part three economic thought of the later periond of feudal landlord economy and the period of semifeudal semicolonial economy

Chapter sixteen economic reform of wang anshi in the eleventh century

Chapter eighteen utilitarians' economic views andthe monetary theory of the southern song dy- nasty (1127-1279)

Chapter nineteen the paper-currency ordinance of1287 and the economic thought of the yuan dy-nasty (1271-1368)

Chapter twenty economic thought of the ming dynasty--from the fifteenth to the sixteenth century

Chapter twenty-one economic thought during thelate ming and early cling dynasties--from theseventeenth to the beginning of the eighteenth century

Chapter twenty-two hong liang|i's theory of popu-lation, we! yuan's call for "learning from the west" and other economic thought--from the eighteenth to the mid-nineteenth century

Chapter twenty-three economic thought of the pe- riod of semifeudal semicolonial economy


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