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Wednesday 22 February 2012

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A. Kuroda

 KURODA Akinobu

Institute for Advanced Studies on Asia, University of Tokyo.

Prof of East Asian History at Institute for Advanced Studies on Asia, The University of Tokyo.

He was educated in the department of Chinese History before getting his Doctoral degree from the faculty of economics at Kyoto University.

While he has studied Chinese economic history based on primary sources, he has explored the concept of the complementarity among monies and the idea of substitution between anonymous currency and named debt through comparative history researches across the world and hints from liquid dynamics.

Kuroda’s publications include “Anonymous Currencies or Named Debts?” Socio Economic Review 11-1, 2013.
“The Eurasian Silver Century, 1276-1359” Journal of Global History 4-2, 2009.
“What is the Complementarity among Monies?” Financial History Review 15-1, 2008.
Kahei sisutemu no sekaishi: hi-taishosei o yomu (in Japanese, World History of Monetary Systems: Interpreting the Asymmetric Phenomena), Iwanami, Tokyo, 2003 (translated into Korean in 2005 and Chinese in 2007).

He has been the editor of the International Journal of Asian Studies (http://journals.cambridge.org/actio...).

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K. Kato

 KATO Keiichiro

Ryutsu Kagaku University, Kobe.

 

 

 

 


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M. Schiltz

 Michael SCHILTZ

Institute for Advanced Studies on Asia, University of Tokyo.

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