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single-whip method of taxation in China
|Series||Harvard East Asian monographs, 1, Harvard East Asian monographs, 1|
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|Pagination||71 p. ;|
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An estimate of the land-tax collection in China, and - by: Wang, Yeh-chien. Published: () The single-whip method (l-t'iao-pien fa) of taxation in China; by: Liang, Fang-chung. Darius ’ I taxation policy and the Single Whip Tax Reform in China starting in the s Though silv er had alread y been a major means of ex change and tax ation, it isAuthor: Robartus Johannes Van Der Spek.
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The Single-Whip Method of Taxation in China Book Description: This translation of Liang Fang-chung's monograph from sheds news light on the Single Whip Reform of the Ming Dynasty and its effect on the economic and sociopolitical situtaion of the time.
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Single-whip method (I-t'iao-pien fa) of taxation in China. Cambridge, Chinese Economic and Political Studies, Harvard University: Distributed by Harvard University Press, The Single-Whip Method of Taxation in China Paperback – January 1, by Liang Fang-Chung (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from Used from Paperback, January 1, "Please retry" Author: Liang Fang-Chung. The Single Whip Law or the "Single Whip Reform" (simplified Chinese: 一条鞭法; traditional Chinese: 一條鞭法; pinyin: Yi Tiao Bian Fa) was a fiscal law first instituted during the middle Ming dynasty, in the early 16th century, and then promulgated throughout the empire in by Zhang Juzheng.
The measure aimed primarily to simplify the complex fiscal code under Ming law, by Currency: Coinage, Hongwu Tongbao, Yongle.
The Single-Whip Method of Taxation in China by Chung, Liang Fang. Publication date Topics China: economia- tributação Publisher East Asian Research Center Collection memoriaestatisticadobrasil; brasiliana Digitizing sponsor Memória Estatística do Brasil Contributor.
Date: Chinese: 一條鞭法 (Yītiáo biān fǎ); The Single Whip Reform was a shift in Ming Dynasty China's tax structure, from payments in kind (e.g. rice, grain, textiles) to tax payments in silver, implemented throughout the Ming empire c. It has been argued that this change was not only significant within Chinese history, but had a profound impact on world history, as the newly.
The governemnt changed the taxation payment, it was a response to the influx of silver. The single whip would be a one time payment.
There was aneed to create a market in the government eyes. They created a highway to transport goods for the north and south. Business men would get rich from salt, because it was in high demand.
LIANG Fang-Chung, The Single-Whip Method of Taxation in China. August 77 pages. $ Harold C. HINTON, The Grain Tribute System of China (). September pages. $ Ellsworth C.
CARLSON, The Kaiping Mines (). May pages. $ CHAO Kuo-Chiun, Agrarian Policies of Mainland China: A Documentary Study. Ming; councilor; "Single Whip Method of Taxation": paid in silver, one payment for everything, first time silver is significant; centralized government, reclaimed tax-exempt land, limited special privileges; policies were ignored after death which led to the downfall of.
The new "single whip method" of taxation, advocated by Zhang Juzheng and his followers, was introduced to aid economic development. In agriculture and handicrafts, the elements of the commodity economy increased day by day, and wage labor developed on a larger scale.
Implemented "single-whip method of taxation" replacing "two tax system" 5. Silver tael (ounce) established as basic unit for taxation. Ming Literature. Novels 1. Romance of the Three Kingdoms (Sanguozhi) All Men Are Brothers a.
historical fiction based. A late seventeenth-century writer quoted in Helen Dunstan, Conflicting Counsels to Confuse the Age: A Documentary Study of Political Economy in Qing China, – (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan, Center for Chinese Studies, ) pp. –: J. Roberts. Single-Whip Method of Taxation in China Liang Fang-chung Grain Tribute System of China, Harold C.
Hinton Kaiping Mines, Ellsworth C. Carlson an Policies of Mainland China: A Documentary Study, Chao Kuo-chun Notes On Red China, Edgar Snow Origin of Likin, The economy of the Ming dynasty (–) of China was the largest in the world during that period.
It is regarded as one of China's three golden ages (the other two being the Han and Tang periods). The period was marked by the increasing political influence of the merchants, the gradual weakening of imperial rule, and technological advances.
With the introduction of the single-whip method of taxation (yitiaobian fa 一條鞭法) inthe government transformed the ancient labour service (corvée) into a monetary payment. Such a procedure made the assessment and collection of taxes much easier, while labour services still could required by the government in case of need, against.
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The single-whip method (I-t'iao-pien fa) of taxation in China / translated from the Chinese by Wang Yu-ch'uan. HJ L The single-whip method (I-t'iao-pien fa) of taxation in China / translated from the Chinese by Wang Yü-ch'uan.
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