Business in China Since 1800

Not offered regularly; consult department

Analyzes the characteristics of business in China since 1800 to provide a historical context for its contemporary economic development. Topics include China’s place in the world economy; early efforts at state-led industrialization; legal and social frameworks for business; foreign investments, companies, and competition; the emergence of a Chinese business class; the influence of socialism and reform-era politics on business. Includes case studies of contemporary companies and a research project.

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Offered Spring 2021

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US Environmental Governance: from National Parks to the Green New Deal

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The Civil War and the Emergence of Modern America: 1861-1890

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Global Commodities, American Dreams

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Introduction to Asian American Studies: Historical and Contemporary Issues

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Pre-Modern China

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Modern Japan: 1600 to Present

Hiromu Nagahara Introductory HASS-H
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Modern South Asia

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The Global Chinese: Chinese Migration, 1567- Present

Not offered regularly; consult department
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Shanghai and China’s Modernization

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World War II in Asia

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South Asian Migrations

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Risk, Fortune, and Futurity

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