Chinese Business History: Interpretive Trends and Priorities for the Future

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Other than the foregoing interpretive trends, Taiwan's studies of Chinese business history also reveal that, in addition to the work of the established or professional scholars, junior and independent scholars have contributed a great deal to the whole field. Similar to the dominance of small- and medium-sized enterprises in Chinese business, academic activity also reveals the flourishing of the small managing unit in Chinese culture.


Notes
1.
Liang Chi-tzu, "Lishixue xuemen jenli zhiyuan xiankuang jianjie" [ A Brief Introduction to the Allocation of Manpower], in Lishixue xuemen xiankuang yu fazhan yantaohui [ Workshop on the current condition of manpower allocation in the field of the history and development of historical studies], sponsored by the Branch of Humanities and Social Science, National Science Council, and the Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica, June 11, 1995.
2.
Lin Man-houng, "Cha tang zhangnao ye yu wan Qing Taiwan" [ The Industry of Tea, Sugar, and Camphor and Taiwan in the Late Qing Period], Research Series of the Bank of Taiwan, no. 115 ( 1976); Hsieh Shi-fen, "Jiujiang maoyi yanjiu" [ Research on Jiujiang's Trade] (master's thesis, NTU, 1977); Lei Hui-erh, "Dongbei de douhuo maoyi, 1907-1931" [ Manchurian Soybean Trade, 1907-1931] (master's thesis, NTNU, 1980); Fan I-jun, "Duiwai maoyi yu Hanjiang liuyu de jingji bianqian, 1867-1931" [ Foreign Trade and the Economic Change of the Han River Valley, 1867-1931] (master's thesis, NTNU, 1981); Liu Su-fen, Yantai maoyi yanjiu, 1867-1919 [ A Study of Yentai Trade, 1867-1919] (master's thesis, NTU, 1982); Yeh Shu-chen, "Tianjingang di maoyi dui qi fudi jingji zhi yingxiang" [ Trade of Tientsin Ports and Its Impact on the Hinterland] (master's thesis, NTU Graduate Institute of Economics, 1983); Chang Shufen , "Jindai Sichuan pendi duiwai maoyi yu gongshang ye bianqian" [ Foreign Trade Industry and Commercial Change in the Modern Szechwan Basin] (master's thesis, NTNU, 1982).
3.
Liu Ts'ui-jung, Trade on the Han River and Its Impact on Economic Development, c. 1800-1911, Monograph Series, no. 16 ( IEAS, 1980).
4.
Ch'en Tzu-yu, "Jindai Zhongguo gongkuangye shi de yanjiu" [ Studies on the Industries and Mining of Modern China], Liu-shinian lai de Zhongguo jindaishi yanjiu [ Studies on Modern Chinese History] ( IMH, 1989).
5.
Yu Ying-shih, Zhongguo jinshi zhongjiao lunli yu shangren jingshen [ Religious Ethics and the Merchant Spirit in Modern China] ( Taipei: Lian-jing, 1987).
6.
Cho Ke-hua, Qingdai Taiwan de shangzhanjituan [ Mercantile Groups of Taiwan in the Qing Dynasty] ( Taipei: Tai-yuan, 1990), pp. 58-86; 144-52.
7.
Sung Kuang-yu, "Xiahai chenghuang qidian yu Taibei da daochen shangye fazhan de guanxi" [ The City God and the Commercial Development of Tataotia], Zhongyang yanjiuyuan lishi yuyan yanjiuso jikan [ Bulletin of the Institute of History and Philology] 63, no. 2 ( 1993).
8.
Huang Yun-lung and Hsu Mu-lan, "Qiye gaojie zhuguan zongjiao xinyang dui jingying guanli shiwu de yingxiang" [ The Influence of Enterprises' Higher Rank Leaders' Religious Beliefs on Management]. Paper presented at Qiye zhuzi, shehui guanxi yu wenhua guanxing: Huaren shehui zhi bijiao yanjiu xueshu yantao hui [ Workshop on enterprise organization, social relations, and cultural practice: A comparative studyber 15-17, 1992

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