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The volume situates early-modern Japan in a broader East Asian and world context and examines the interconnections between economic thought and changing social conditions between the seventeenth and nineteenth centuries. The articles enlarge and refine the analytical framework and vocabulary for describing early-modern economic thought and policy, making this volume of interest not only to scholars of Japan but also to a broader audience with interests in comparative world history.
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