Publications of Robert Hartwell (1932-1996)



Hartwell, Robert M. 1961-1962. “A Revolution in the Chinese Iron and Coal Industries During the Northern Sung, 960-1127.” Journal of Asian Studies 21, no. 2: 153-62.

1964. A Guide to Sources of Chinese Economic History, A.D. 618-1368. Chicago: Committee on Far Eastern Civilizations, University of Chicago.

1966. “Markets, Technology and the Structure of Enterprise in the Development of the Eleventh-Century Chinese Iron and Steel Industry.” Journal of Economic History 26: 29-58.

1967. “A Cycle of Economic Change in Imperial China: Coal and Iron in Northeast China, 750-1350.” Journal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient 10, no. 1: 102-59.

1967. “The Evolution of Early Northern Sung Monetary System, A.D. 960-1025.” Journal of the American Oriental Society 87: 280-89.

1968. “Classical Chinese Monetary Analysis and Economic Policy in T’ang-Northern Sung China.” Transactions of the International Conference of Orientalists in Japan 13: 70-81.

1971. “Historical Analogism, Public Policy, and Social Science in Eleventh- and Twelfth-Century China, 750-1350.” The American Historical Review 76: 690-727.

1972. “Financial Expertise, Examinations, and the Formulation of Economic Policy in Northern Sung China.” In Enduring scholarship selected from the Far Eastern Quarterly--the Journal of Asian studies, 1941-1971. ed. John A. Harrison, 103-59.  (Originally published in the Journal of Asian studies; 1971; 30: 281-314). Tucson: University of Arizona Press.

1982. “Demographic, Political, and Social Transformations of China, 750-1550.” Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies 42, no. 2: 365-442.

1986. “A Guide to Documentary Sources of Middle Period Chinese History: Documentary Forms Contained in the Collected Papers (Wen-chi) of Twenty one T’ang and Sung Writers” Bulletin of Sung and Yüan Studies 18: 133-82.

1986. “New Approaches to the Study of Bureaucratic Factionalism in Sung China: A Hypothesis?” Bulletin of Sung and Yuan Studies 18: 33-40.

1988. “Foreign Trade, Monetary Policy and Chinese ‘Mercantilism.’“  Liu Tzu-chien hakushi shoshû kinen Sôshi kenkyû ronshû. ed. Kinugawa Tsuyoshi. Kyoto: Dohôsha.

1988. “The Imperial Treasuries: Finance and Power in Song China” Bulletin of Sung-Yuan Studies 20: 18-89.