Capitalism and nationalism in prewar Japan; the ideology of the business elite, 1868-1941 [by] Byron K. Marshall.

Stanford, Calif., Stanford University Press, 1967.

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Subjects Capitalisme -- Japon.
Capitalistes et financiers -- Japon.
Capitalists and financiers -- Japan.
Capitalists and financiers.
Industria y estado -- Japón.
Industrial policy -- Japan.
Industrial policy.
Industrial relations -- Japan.
Industrial relations.
Japon. Economie (sur plusieurs périodes)
Japon. Industrie.
Japon. Politique intérieure.
Politique industrielle -- Japon.
Politique industrielle -- Nationalisme -- Japon.
Relaciones industriales -- Japón.
Relations industrielles -- Japon.
Description 163 pages 23 cm
Copyright Date 1967.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages [139]-157. Bibliographical references included in "Notes" (pages [121]-138)).
Contents Introduction -- Private Entrepreneurs and the Meiji Government -- The Meiji Business Elite and the Way of the Warrior -- Early Industrialists and the Controversy over Labor Legislation -- Business Ideology and the Labor Union Movement -- The Japanese Business Elite and the Defense of Capitalism -- Conclusion.
Geographic Area Japan
Network Numbers (OCoLC)246076
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WorldCat Identities Marshall, Byron K.
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