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《Fudan Journal(Social Sciences Edition)》 2009-01
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The Future Trading of Mulberry Leaves in Jiangnan since the Ming Dynasty

HUANG Jing-bin(Department of History,Fudan University,Shanghai 200433,China)  
The "Shaoye" trading,which existed in the mulberry leaves' market in Jiangnan since the Ming Dynasty,is a typical kind of mature future trading.It was of high-risk,especially the price risk,due to the natural character of mulberry leaves.The adoption of the future trading helps to elude the trading risk in mulberry leaves'market."Shaoye" trading had an effectively operational mechanism,in which Yehang played a key role.Although there was much speculation in it,as a whole the mulberry leaves' market had kept a nice credit status for a considerably long time.The future trading shows that the market in Jiangnan had grown to a high maturity.It serves as a mirror for us to acknowledge the developing situation of the economy in Jiangnan in the Ming and Qing dynasties.
【CateGory Index】: F832.9
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