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Multi-generation population database, Liaoning China
Research Center is committed to promoting academic activities through the organization of various Chinese scholars of the "multi-generational population database, Liaoning China" research and applications. August 2011, Professor Kang enlin, James Lee,professor and assistant director of China's Liaoning ho taught the use of multi-generation study of population database for short-term courses, mainly China, Hong Kong and Taiwan well-known universities, scholars and graduate students. Center members are writing on behalf of the Chinese version more than China's Liaoning population database user guide and related reference materials, including information database management, analysis of variables to create a training guide, and the Qing Dynasty in Liaoning to provide social, economic and institutional history and other related research bibliography . Research Centers Program regularly offers short-term courses and workshops.

Family and inequality
Professor Li Zhongqing and Kang Wenlin professor of the history of the ongoing population behavior in Liaoning and family organization, the relationship between patterns of inequality issues. By combining analysis of China's Liaoning population databases and multi-generational transfer of Liaoning rural field observation data collected by the ontemporary, James Lee, professor of professors and Kang Wenlin examined six generations or more dimensions of the rise and fall of families in social and demographic determinants. They pointed out that rural areas in Liaoning Province, the same villages of different clans, the individual there is a big social and economic access to different clan that ownership is an important source of inequality. They pointed out that the different clans in rural areas, the relative position for a long period of strong continuity. They believe that the development based on Western experience, from the classic study of stratification and inequality in ways too focused on the nuclear family, ignoring the larger kin groups and their status on the role of continuity.

Frontier family, the state and inequality: The Two,1865-1911
By 1865 to 1911, more than 120 villages in Heilongjiang double County's account, the land register for membership association analysis, we studied the late 19th century the population of the frontier, the evolution of social inequality. These villages formed in the early 19th century, were the city of Beijing banner of indigenous origin and Jilin, Liaoning banner villages come to settle. Countries within these two groups of equal distribution of land; and later through the intervention of land distribution, has been trying to maintain two types of people between and within inequality. Therefore, countries need to unequal pressure with those of various forces, such as family organization, demographic, market and concentration of forces in which a variety of game. By using our data measurement techniques, we explore the national efforts and the interaction of these forces is how three generations of social inequalities in shaping a variety of modes.

Data released Heilongjiang Twins
We plan to release the late 19th century academic Twins accounts, membership register of the land associated with the database. These annual data, describes the nearly five decades, more than 12 million people, and to provide interrelated land ownership. We have applied for the posts related to the Fund. If the application is successful, the center's teaching staff will be responsible for the preparation of the data described and examples of using documents, and is responsible for the promotion of Chinese scholars to carry out training activities to promote the application of this database. The promotion, training activities will follow the previous CMGPD-LN to promote the model, including the data used in short-term summer school, schools in China, academic conferences and lectures on topics such as seminars.

Database-based dual Ayutthaya province tax of the late Qing (1815-1911)
Associated with the use of the Qing Dynasty shrewdness of four rolls of double-file, create a two-Ayutthaya land tax, taxes, silver, food database. To the database, based on the use of history and economics, statistics and other interdisciplinary research methods, quantitative analysis and systems analysis through a combination of research model to explore the rapid expansion of the late Qing double Ayutthaya tax process and power.
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