Native sources of Japanese industrialization, 1750-1920

Main Author: Smith
Published: California: University of California Press, 1988.
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245 1 0 |a Native sources of Japanese industrialization, 1750-1920   |c Thomas C. Smith. 
260 0 0 |a California:   |b University of California Press,   |c 1988. 
300 |a ix, 178p. 
500 0 0 |a "A Philip E. lilienthal book"-Series t.p. 
500 0 0 |a Includes index 
505 0 0 |a contents: premodern economic growth: Japan and the West - The land tax in the Tokugawa period - Farm family by-employments in preindustrial Japan - Peasant families and population control in eighteenth-century Japan - Japan's aristocratic revolution - The discountented - "Merit" as ideology in the Tokugawa period - okura Nagatsune and technologists - Peasant time and factory time in Japan - The right to benevolence: dignity and Japanese workers, 1890-1920 
651 0 0 |a Japan --   |x Industries --   |x History  
651 0 0 |a Japan --   |x Social conditions  
651 0 0 |a Japan --   |x Economic conditions  
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