Chinese Business History: Interpretive Trends and Priorities for the Future

Robert Gardella, Jane Kate Leonard, Andrea Lee McElderry
M.E. Sharpe, 1998 - 190 頁
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This study focuses on how Chinese business organization, practice, and success have been interpreted in the historical literature. By introducing various interpretations of China's economic development (including the impact of the West, modernization, and Marxist, Weberian, and revisionist approaches), as well as Western business history theory, the book establishes a basis for constructing an appropriate framework for future research.


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Interpretative Trends and Priorities for the Future
Doing Business in China over Three Centuries
A Review
1600 to the Present
Critique of Scholarship on Chinese Business in the Peoples Republic of China and Taiwan
Themes and Issues in Chinese Business History
The Family Firm Past and Present
Comments and Reflections on Chinese Business History
Experience and Comparative Perspectives
Experience and Comparative Perspectives
Studies and Archives
Author Index to Volume 31 Fall 1997Summer 1998

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第 38 頁 - As China's feudal society developed its commodity economy and so carried within itself the embryo of capitalism, China would of herself have developed slowly into a capitalist society even if there had been no influence of foreign imperialism.
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第 175 頁 - Bank of China, the Bank of Communications and the Farmers' Bank of China, at the service of the local financial institutions in the interior.
第 123 頁 - John K. Fairbank, Alexander Eckstein, and LS Yang. "Economic Change in Early Modern China.
第 125 頁 - Japan's Capture of China's Market for Imported Cotton Textiles Before World War I: The Role of Mitsui Trading Company
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