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Economic organization in Chinese society
AuthorWillmott, W. E. (William E.)
Pub. LocationTaipei 台北PublisherSouthern Materials Center
Date1978Phys. Desc.xi, 461 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
LocationDir. Office Gallery NorthCall NumberHC427.E29 1978
Economic organization in Chinese society / edited by W.E. Willmott.
Reprint. Originally published: Stanford, Calif. : Stanford University Press, 1972.
Papers presented at a conference on economic organization in Chinese society held at Sainte-Adèle-en-haut, Aug. 1969.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 417-438).

Introduction / W.E. Willmott -- The organizational capabilities of the Ch'ing state in the field of commerce : the Liang-huai salt monopoly, 1740-1840 / Thomas A. Metzger -- Finance in Ningpo : the "Ch'ien Chuang," 1750-1880 / Susan Mann Jones -- Sericulture and silk textile production in Ch'ing China / E-tu Zen Sun -- Cotton culture and manufacture in early Ch'ing China / Craig Dietrich -- The high-level equilibrium trap : the causes of the decline of invention in the traditional Chinese textile industries / Mark Elvin -- The commercialization of agriculture in modern China / Ramon H. Myers -- The sociology of irrigation : two Taiwanese villages / Burton Pasternak -- Marketing on the Changhua plain, Taiwan / Lawrence W. Crissman -- The inculcation of economic values in Taipei business families / Stephen M. Olsen -- Doing business in Lukang / Donald R. de Glopper -- Marketing and credit in a Hong Kong wholesale market / Robert H. Silin -- A small factory in Hong Kong : some aspects of its internal organization / Barbara E. Ward -- Economic management of a production brigade in post-leap China / John C. Pelzel.

Subject(s)China--Economic conditions--1949-1976--Congresses
Taiwan--Economic conditions--1945-1975--Congresses
China--Economic conditions--History
China--Commerce--History
SeriesStudies in Chinese society
Rec. TypeBookLanguageEnglish
CollectionRicci Institute Library [ASCC]Rec. #18769
OCLC67941316