This is episode 52 of States of Anarchy hosted by Hamsini Hariharan.
Arunabh Ghosh joins Hamsini Hariharan to talk about statistics in the early days of People’s Republic of China and exchanges between India and China during that period.
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- Making It Count – Statistics and Statecraft in the Early People`s Republic of China (Histories of Economic Life) – Arunabh Ghosh
- The Taming of Chance – Ian Hacking
- The Rise of Statistical Thinking 1820-1900 – Theodore Porter
- Trust in Numbers – Theodore Porter
- Classical Probability in the Enlightenment – Lorraine Daston
- The Politics of Large Numbers: A History of Statistical Reasoning – Alain Desrosières
- How Our Days Became Numbered: Risk and the Rise of the Statistical Individual – Dan Bouk
- Beyond Pan-Asianism, 1911-1949 – edited by Tansen Sen (forthcoming)
- India, China, and the World: A Connected History – Tansen Sen
- Tea War – A History of Capitalism in China and India – Andrew Liu