Economics for Medieval Chinese Peasants   3 comments

Link: http://www.npr.org/blogs/money/2009/09/podcast_economics_for_medieval.html

A young Chinese boy flies a kite

Summary: Discussion of the economics of life in pre-industrial China in the lower Yangtze River Valley.  Also compares the experiences of living in China vs. in Europe in the middle ages.

Original air date: September 4, 2009

Length: 17:00

Main content story begins: 1:18

Posted July 27, 2012 by audioecon in China, History of Economics, Planet Money, Trade

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