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Published in December, 2013
Reconstructing Intra-Southeast Asian Trade, c.1780–1870:
Evidence of Regional Integration under the Regime of Colonial Free Trade
Guest Editor: Kaoru SUGIHARA
|Introduction||・・・||Kaoru SUGIHARA and Tomotaka KAWAMURA|
|The Role of Singapore in the Growth of Intra-Southeast Asian Trade, c.1820s–1852||・・・||Atsushi KOBAYASHI|
|The Long-term Pattern of Maritime Trade in Java from the Late Eighteenth Century to the Mid-Nineteenth Century||・・・||Ryuto SHIMADA|
|Tropical Products Out, British Cotton In: Trade in the Dutch Outer Islands Ports, 1846–69||・・・||Atsushi OTA|
|Tracing Hồ Chí Minh’s Sojourn in Siam||・・・||Thanyathip Sripana|
|Visualizing the Evolution of the Sukhothai Buddha||・・・||Sawitree Wisetchat|
|Farmers’ Perceptions of Imperata cylindrica Infestation Suchint SIMARAKS in a Slash-and-Burn Cultivation Area of Northern Lao PDR||・・・||Bounthanh KEOBOUALAPHA
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