Ming-te Pan, Associate Professor

Ph.D. History, University of California, Irvine
MA History, University of California, Los Angeles
MA History, National Taiwan Normal University
BA History, National Taiwan University

Legal History of the late imperial China
Social/Economic history of the late imperial China

Courses Taught:
Traditional Asia
Modern Asia
Modern China
Modern Japan
20th Century
World History
Society in Late Imperial China
History in the Age of Computer

Significant Publications:

1996,"Rural credit and the concept of 'peasant petty commodity production' in Ming-Qing Jiangnan" The Journal of Asian Studies. 55:1.

1989: "The small peasant economy in North China: development or underdevelopment?"
Journal of the Academy of Social Sciences and Humanities, Academia Sinica, vol.2:1. Taipei, Taiwan, ROC.

1986: "Pawn-broker" in Yu Tsung-hsien ed. The Encyclopedia of Economics: Economic History. Taipei: Lianjing Chubanshe. pp. 144-153.

1985: Study of Pawnshop in Modern China (1644-1937), Taipei: Institute of History, National Taiwan Normal University. History Monograph no. 13.

Honors, Awards:
1993: The China Times Cultural Foundation Young Scholar Award. China Times Cultural Foundation, Long Island, New York.

1990: The David and Jeanne Tappan Award in Chinese Studies. Humanities Associates, University of California, Irvine.