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by Lien-sheng Yang

Author: Lien-sheng Yang
Subcategory: Economics
Language: English
Publisher: Harvard University Press; First Edition edition (December 1952)
Pages: 153 pages
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Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1952.

Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1952. Find out more about sending content to Google Drive. Harvard-Yenching Institute Monograph Series, XII. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1952.

Series: Harvard-Yenching Institute Monograph (Book 12). Paperback: 153 pages.

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Harvard University Press, 1952. 143 p. A. Terrien de Lacouperie in his Catalogue of Chinese coins in the British Museum, 1892, give much earlier dates for the origin of Chinese coins. Two writers on primitive money, Quiggin and Einzig, tend to rely on these earlier estimates in their own books. Quiggin, A. Hingston (Alison Hingston) A survey of primitive money : the beginnings of currency

Harvard-yenching institute monograph series volume XI. A short history by. Lien-sheng Yang.

A short history by. HARVARD UNIVERSITY PRESS Cambridge, Massachusetts 1952. Distributed, in Great Britain by. GEOFFREY CUMBERLEGE. Oxford University Press, London.

This is a critical and compact account of money and credit in Chinese history. The period covered is from antiquity to the early years of the Republic. The book contains chapters on the various forms of currency and the old and new credit institutions. There is an interpretation of the high rates of interest and the underdevelopment of credit, which resulted in economic stagnation. Chapters include: I. Historical Survey II. Manifold and Miscellaneous Currency III. Round Coins from Antiquity to the End of the Ch'ing Dynasty IV. Some General Problems Concerning Round Coins V. Gold and Silver VI. Paper Money to the End of the Sung Dynasty VII. Paper Money from the Yuan Dynasty to the end of the Ch'ing Dynasty VIII. Traditional Credit Institutions IX. Old-style and Modern-style Banks X. Loans and Interest Rates