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Author: D Bulbeck
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Title: Southeast Asian Exports Since the 14th Century
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Publisher: Brill Academic Pub (January 1, 1998)

Southeast Asian Exports Since the 14th Century by D Bulbeck



This volume seeks to lay a basis for more solid analysis of the precolonial record through accumulating one type of data (exports) for which the record is long and continuous

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Southeast Asia Commerce History. Personal Name: Bulbeck, David. Uniform Title: Data paper series (Australian National University. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners. Download book Southeast Asian exports since the 14th century : cloves, pepper, coffee, and sugar, compiled by David Bulbeck.

This volume seeks to lay a basis for more solid analysis of the pre-colonial record through accumulating one type of data - exports - for which the record is long and continuous. By compiling data series for each of the Southeast Asian products which in turn dominated long-term exports (cloves, pepper, coffee and sugar), it reveals a dynamic pattern of rises and falls in the. About the author (1998). David Bulbeck is with the Department of Archeology and Anthropology, The Australian National University. Anthony Reid is a Southeast Asian historian in the Department of Political & Social Change at the Australian National University.

Southeast Asian exports since the 14th century: cloves, pepper, coffee, and sugar. D Bulbeck, A Reid, TL Cheng, W Yiqi. Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 1998. An integrated perspective on the Austronesian diaspora: The switch from cereal agriculture to maritime foraging in the colonisation of Island Southeast Asia. Australian Archaeology 67 (1), 31-51, 2008. Current Anthropology 48 (2), 315-321, 2007. The Australian National University, 1981.

Journal of Southeast Asian Studies. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 1998. Pp, xii, 195. Graphs, Maps, Tables, Bibliography. Kenneth R. Hall (a1). Ball State University.

Author : David Bulbeck,Anthony Reid. Publisher : Institute of Southeast Asian Studies.

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Spices have been important throughout history as a means of prestige as well as for flavoring and preserving foods. Spices are defined as derived from a variety of plant parts including the flower, root, bud, secretion, seed, fruit, or bark of certain plants. Southeast Asian exports since the 14th Century. Australian National University, 1998: 1. arner, John.

Bulbeck et al. document Southeast Asian trade in four key regional exports: cloves, pepper, sugar and coffee, and find that the 1780s marked a (positive) turning point for Southeast Asian exports, for a region-specific reason: as will be seen below, the wars led to the end of the colonial trade monopolies, in the long run boosting export supply. 22 D. Bulbeck, A. Reid, L. C. Tan, and Y. Wu, Southeast Asian exports since the 14th century: cloves, pepper, coffee, and sugar, Leiden: KITLV Press, 1998, pp. 12–13.

Southeast Asia has often been seen as economically static and self-sufficient until the arrival of late 19th century capitalism, for no better reason than lack of evidence to the contrary. This volume seeks to lay a basis for more solid analysis of the precolonial record through accumulating one type of data (exports) for which the record is long and continuous. By compiling data series for each of the Southeast Asian products which dominated long-term exports (cloves, pepper, coffee and sugar), it reveals a dynamic pattern of rises and falls in the economic record of a region.Co-published with ISEAS