Principles in Xiangji Operation--Chinese Economic Ethnology
Author: Tingshuo Yang
Translated by Gary Situ
Reviewed by Rui Huang-fu, Hongfei Liu
Hardback - 644 pages
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This book is one of the most important works about earlier systematical theoretical analysis on economic anthropology theories in China. It is a milestone in growth process of Chinese economic anthropology. It focuses on cross-culture background, histories and spatial differences in different ethnic groups’ economic activities. In this book, the author uses the Chinese character of “xiang” to refer to the social and natural entity regulated by the system composed of non-economic restraints that impact economic activities across different ethnic regions.
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