Thursday, November 17 / 4:00 PM - 5:45 PM Clark 3 (Floor 7)

Session 43
Politics, Finance, and Imperial State Formation in the Early Modern World

Chair: Paul Cheney, University of Chicago

1. The Use of Haggling in Eighteenth-Century LondonAmir Abahel, Northwestern University.

2. Merchants and Samurai in the Making of the Tokugawa Fiscal StateJohn D'Amico, Yale University.

3. Fiscal-Political Crisis in Seventeenth-Century China and EnglandGabriel Groz, University of Chicago.

4. The Methuen Treaty, Free Trade, and the Slave Trade in the Anglo-Portuguese AtlanticClaire Jones, University of Chicago.

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