Buffer Zone Trade in Northeast Asia in the Second Century B.C.

@article{Park2014BufferZT,
  title={Buffer Zone Trade in Northeast Asia in the Second Century B.C.},
  author={Sun-Mi Park},
  journal={Asian Perspectives},
  year={2014},
  volume={51},
  pages={221 - 250}
}
This article employs the theory of buffer zone trade to understand archaeological data related to trade in Wiman Choson (195–108 b.c. ), one of the earliest states in Korean history. Buffer zone trade is performed by an entity (B) placed between a fully developed state with a centralized government (C), and an underdeveloped polity in a periphery (P). B creates a route to convey C’s advanced products, and exports imported goods from C as well as its own products to neighboring polities in the… CONTINUE READING

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