Sunday, November 24 / 10:45 AM - 12:15 PM

Session 262
Public Finance and Data in Chinese History

Chair: Trevon D. Logan, The Ohio State University
Discussant: Jeff Sklansky, University of Illinois at Chicago

1. Weixing: The Art of Guessing--Understanding Risk and Meritocracy in Late-Qing ChinaEn Li, Drake University.

2. State Financial News in Late Qing ChinaWeiwei Luo, Grinnell College.

3. To Get Rich Is Glorious: Numeracy, Taxation, and the Chinese Communists’ Early State-Building in Northwest Shanxi during the Second Sino-Japanese WarDi Luo, University of Alabama.

4. The Creation and Administration of the Chinese Public Welfare LotteryAustin Dean, University of Nevada, Las Vegas.

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