The Asian Mediterranean

La traduction de l’ouvrage de François Gipouloux, La Méditerranée asiatique. Villes portuaires et réseaux marchands en Chine, au Japon et en Asie du Sud-Est, XVIe-XXIe siècle ? parue en 2009 aux éditions du CNRS en vient d’être publiée en anglais sous le titre The Asian Mediterranean  Port Cities and Trading Networks in China, Japan and Southeast Asia, 13th–21st Century chez Edward Elgar.

Content

Foreword
Introduction: The Mediterraneans of Europe and Asia

Part I: Two Models of Expansion Without Borders: The European Mediterraneans

  • 1. The Mediterraneans and Global Expansion
  • 2. Distance Trade and Urban Sovereignty: The Competitive Model of the Mediterranean at the Time of the Repubbliche Marinare
  • 3. The Hanseatic League: A Model of Cooperation on the Baltic Sea

Part II: Early Outlines of an Asian Mediterranean: The Predominance of Tributary Trade 4. Asian Trading Kingdoms and Independent Urban Entities

  • 4. Asian Trading Kingdoms and Independent Urban Entities
  • 5. The Organisation of Trade in Asia: The Weight of Government Monopolies
  • 6. Tributary Trade and Unofficial Trade
  • 7. Japan’s Place in Inter-Asian Trade: Resisting Chinese Hegemony
  • 8. The Asian Maritime System

Part III: The Overlapping of Western and Asian Trading Networks

  • 9. European Expansion or Asian Force of Attraction?
  • 10. Forced Openings of Treaty Ports
  • 11. The Cosmopolitanism of Asian Trade Networks Part IV: The Arena of Re-globalisation: The Second Birth of the Asian Mediterranean
  • 12. Chinese Coastal Cities Confronting the Challenge of Globalisation
  • 13. The East Asian Manufacturing Belt
  • 14. Hong Kong versus Shanghai: Rivalry between Middlemen
  • 15. Competition between Logistic Hubs in Asia
  • 16. Hong Kong, Shanghai, or Peking: Where Will China’s International Financial Centre be Located? Part V: The Asian Mediterranean and the Challenges to State Sovereignty
  • 17. Trans-national Regions and the East Asian Economic Corridor: An Asian Mediterranean
  • 18. The Asian Mediterranean and the Reshaping of China’s Economic Space
  • 19. Local Protectionism and Trade Wars: Market Fragmentation in China
  • 20. China’s Power Base Shifts Back Towards the Sea

Conclusion
Bibliography
Index

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Jacqueline Nivard

Jacqueline Nivard, Centre d'études sur la Chine moderne et contemporaine

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