Shanghai's Trade, China's Growth: Continuity, Recovery, and Change since the Opium War
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The views expressed herein are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Bureau of Economic Research. Part of this research was done while Keller and Shiue were visiting Princeton; the hospitality of the International Economics Section and the Department of Economics is gratefully acknowledged. Keller and Shiue also thank NSF for support (grants SES 0453040 and 1124426). We thank Debin Ma, Maarten Prak, Albrecht Ritschl, Alwyn Young, and seminar participants at LSE and the CESifo trade conference in Munich, December 2011 for comments. Excellent research assistance was provided by Xavier Gitiaux and Yibei Liu.