Carol H. Shiue
Carol H. Shiue
Professor of Economics, University of Colorado, Boulder
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Markets in China and Europe on the Eve of the Industrial Revolution
CH Shiue, W Keller
American Economic Review 97 (4), 1189-1216, 2007
The merchants of Zigong: industrial entrepreneurship in early modern China
M Zelin
Columbia University Press, 2005
Transport costs and the geography of arbitrage in eighteenth-century china
CH Shiue
American Economic Review 92 (5), 1406-1419, 2002
The origin of spatial interaction
W Keller, CH Shiue
Journal of Econometrics 140 (1), 304-332, 2007
China’s foreign trade: Perspectives from the past 150 years
W Keller, B Li, CH Shiue
The World Economy 34 (6), 853-892, 2011
Local granaries and central government disaster relief: moral hazard and intergovernmental finance in eighteenth-and nineteenth-century China
CH Shiue
Journal of Economic History, 100-124, 2004
From political fragmentation towards a customs union: Border effects of the German Zollverein, 1815 to 1855
CH Shiue
European Review of Economic History 9 (2), 129-162, 2005
Market integration and economic development: A long‐run comparison
W Keller, CH Shiue
Review of Development Economics 11 (1), 107-123, 2007
Institutions, technology, and trade
W Keller, CH Shiue
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2008
Endogenous formation of free trade agreements: evidence from the Zollverein's impact on market integration
W Keller, CH Shiue
The Journal of Economic History, 1168-1204, 2014
Shanghai's trade, China's growth: continuity, recovery, and change since the Opium Wars
W Keller, B Li, CH Shiue
IMF Economic Review 61 (2), 336-378, 2013
Tariffs, trains, and trade: The role of institutions versus technology in the expansion of markets
W Keller, CH Shiue
Centre for Economic Policy Research, 2008
The political economy of famine relief in China, 1740–1820
CH Shiue
Journal of Interdisciplinary History 36 (1), 33-55, 2005
Human capital and fertility in Chinese clans before modern growth
CH Shiue
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2013
The evolution of domestic trade flows when foreign trade is liberalized: Evidence from the Chinese Maritime Customs Service
W Keller, B Li, CH Shiue
Institutions and Comparative Economic Development, 152-172, 2012
Market integration as a mechanism of growth
W Keller, CH Shiue
CEPR Discussion Paper No. DP11627, 2016
A culture of kinship: Chinese genealogies as a source for research in demographic economics
CH Shiue
CEPR Discussion Paper No. DP11614, 2016
Capital markets in China and Britain, 18th and 19th century: Evidence from grain prices
W Keller, CH Shiue, X Wang
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2015
Grain trade and storage in late imperial China
CH Shiue
The Journal of Economic History 60 (2), 511-515, 2000
China's domestic trade during the Treaty-Port Era
W Keller, JA Santiago, CH Shiue
Explorations in Economic History 63, 26-43, 2017
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