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Chosŏn hugi sahoe kyŏngjesa / Yi Yŏng-hun chŏ
朝鮮後期社會經濟史/ 李榮薰著
Bib ID 687103
Format BookBook
Author
Yi, Yŏng-hun, 1951-
李榮薰, 1951-
 
Edition Che 1-pʻan. 
제1판. 
Description Sŏul : Hanʾgilsa, 1988 
서울 : 한길사, 1988 
636 pages ; 23 cm. 
Series

Hanʾguk sahoe yŏnʾgu chʻongsŏ ; 4.

한국사회연구총서 ; 4.

Notes

Title in English on p. [4] of jkt.: The socio-economic history of the late Yi dynasty.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Subjects Land tenure -- Korea -- History.  |  Agriculture -- Economic aspects -- Korea -- History.  |  Korea -- Social conditions -- 1392-1910.
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Socio-economic history of the late Yi dynasty.

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