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范岱克(Paul A. Van Dyke) 江滢河 黄超   社会科学文献出版社  2018-04 出版
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清代的大部分时间,广州是中国对外贸易的唯一港口。本书利用极为丰富的多语种资料,重建了广州贸易在18~19世纪上半叶的日常运作。它采用自下而上的方法,通过专注于实践和程序,而不是官方政策和协议,重新审视了贸易的成功和失败。作者揭开了所有参与者的日常生活,从引水、买办、通事,到大班、行商和海关官员。本书最后对广州贸易体制的反思极为深刻。全书论证透彻严密,翻译语言精练流畅,可读性强,是一部了解清代对外贸易的经典著作。
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