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    Michael Laver
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The seventeenth-century economy of Japan, however, was an "economy by proxy" since the agents that exchanged Asian and European luxury goods for Japanese products and precious metals were not Japanese but rather Dutch, Chinese, Korean, and Ryukyu Islanders.

The seventeenth-century economy of Japan, however, was an "economy by proxy" since the agents that exchanged Asian and European luxury goods for Japanese products and precious metals were not Japanese but rather Dutch, Chinese, Korean, and Ryukyu Islanders. These peoples moved in to fill the economic gap left by the forced exclusion of the native Japanese merchants from an active role in the foreign economy of Japan.

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His first book, Japan’s Economy by Proxy, details Japanese trade with the wider early modern world as. .Japan’s Economy by Proxy in the Seventeenth Century: China, The Netherlands, and the Bakufu. Amherst, NY: Cambria Press, 2008.

His first book, Japan’s Economy by Proxy, details Japanese trade with the wider early modern world as facilitated mainly by Dutch, Chinese, and Portuguese merchants. His second book, The Sakoku Edicts and the Politics of Tokugawa Hegemony, argues that the several strictures the Tokugawa shogun put on trade with Japan, as well as on foreign influences in Japan, was primarily an attempt to bolster domestic power within the Japanese islands.

century China and Japan are mutually intelligible

century China and Japan are mutually intelligible. growth in the late-sixteenth and early-seventeenth centuries, during the mid-seven-. teenth century both countries experienced severe economic problems that were at once. Possible cultural impacts of the events were also explored using summed probability distributions (SPDs) of archaeological radiocarbon dates.

China, the Netherlands, and the Bakufu. Published 2008 by Cambria Press in Youngstown, . There's no description for this book yet. Commerce, Economic conditions, History. Includes bibliographical references and index.

Laver, Japan's Economy by Proxy in the Seventeenth Century: China, the Netherlands and the Bakufu (London .

Laver, Japan's Economy by Proxy in the Seventeenth Century: China, the Netherlands and the Bakufu (London: Cambria Press, 2008), p. Wars and rumours of wars: Japanese plans to invade the Philippines, 1593-1637.

This is the first book to comprehensively cover the historical process leading to Taiwan’s integration with Mainland China in the seventeenth . After repeated political talks had failed, the rising Qing China decided to take Taiwan by force.

This is the first book to comprehensively cover the historical process leading to Taiwan’s integration with Mainland China in the seventeenth century. Though seaborne warfare was a formidable task at the time, the man who overcame these difficulties and completed the seemingly impossible mission was none other than Admiral Shi Lang. The book provides a new and more justifiable assessment of the Admiral’s contribution to the conquest of Taiwan and pacification of coastal unrest.

Although Japan had severely curtailed its political involvement with the wider world in the seventeenth century, the Japanese economic influence on Asia remained quite pronounced. Even when the Japanese government expelled the Spanish and Portuguese and limited the Dutch to a small outpost in Nagasaki, and also decided to prohibit its own citizens from traveling abroad, the Japanese economy remained a force in Asia and played a significant role in the world economy as well. The seventeenth-century economy of Japan, however, was an "economy by proxy" since the agents that exchanged Asian and European luxury goods for Japanese products and precious metals were not Japanese but rather Dutch, Chinese, Korean, and Ryukyu Islanders. These peoples moved in to fill the economic gap left by the forced exclusion of the native Japanese merchants from an active role in the foreign economy of Japan. This eloquently detailed account illuminates the tremendous impact that the Japanese economy had on Asia and on the foreigners trading in Japan in the seventeenth century. This is a valuable addition to all collections in Asian Studies and World History.