Chinese Business History: Interpretive Trends and Priorities for the Future

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Chinese Studies in History, vol. 31, nos. 3-4, Spring-Summer 1998, pp. 189-90. © 1998 M.E. Sharpe, Inc. All rights reserved. ISSN 0009-4633/1998 $9.50 + 0.00.


Author Index to Volume 31 (Fall 1997-Summer 1998)

Bryant, Keith L., Jr. "Response to Daniel Nelson's 'Western Business History: Experience and Comparative Perspectives,'" in Chinese Studies in History, vol. 31, nos. 3-4 ( Spring-Summer 1998):166-68.

Cai Yuanpei. "Words Spoken at Ms. Li Chao's Memorial Service (February 13, 1919)", in Chinese Studies in History, vol. 31, no. 2 ( Winter 1997-98): 49-49.

Chan, Wellington K. K. "Tradition and Change in the Chinese Business Enterprise: The Family Firm Past and Present", in Chinese Studies in History, vol. 31, nos. 3-4 ( Spring-Summer 1998): 127-44.

Chen Duxiu. "The Woman Question and Socialism: A Speech Made Before the Quangdong Federation of Women's Circles (January 30, 1921)", in Chinese Studies in History, vol. 31, no. 2 ( Winter 1997-98): 90-94.

Chen Wangdao. "I Think (Article 2) (November 15, 1920)", in Chinese Studies in History, vol. 31, no. 2 ( Winter 1997-98): 88-89.

Coble, Parks M. "Comments and Reflections on Chinese Business History", in Chinese Studies in History, vol. 31, nos. 3-4 ( Spring-Summer 1998): 145-50.

Deng Chunlan. "My Plan for Women's Emancipation and My Plan for Self-Improvement (October 1919)", in Chinese Studies in History, vol. 31, no. 2 ( Winter 1997-98): 29-33.

Deng Enming. "The Condition of Female Education in Jinan (January 15, 1921)", in Chinese Studies in History, vol. 31, no. 2 ( Winter 1997-98): 55-60.

Feuerwerker, Albert. "Doing Business in China over Three Centuries", in Chinese Studies in History, vol. 31, nos. 3-4 ( Spring-Summer 1998): 16-34.

Fong, Vanessa. See Lan, H.R.

Gardella, Robert, and Andrea McElderry. "Guest Editors' Introduction", Chinese Studies in History, vol. 31, nos. 3-4 ( Spring-Summer 1998): 3-15.

Gilmartin, Christina. "Introduction", in Chinese Studies in History, vol. 31, no. 2 ( Winter 1997-98): 11-14.

Hao, Yen-p'ing. "Themes and Issues in Chinese Business History", in Chinese Studies in History, vol. 31, nos. 3-4 ( Spring-Summer 1998): 106-26.

Hu Shi. "The Biography of Li Chao (December 1, 1919)", in Chinese Studies in History, vol. 31, no. 2 ( Winter 1997-98): 36-47.

Ip, Manying. "Unlikely Friends: Hu Shih and Chang Yuan-chi", in Chinese Studies in History, vol. 31, no. 1 ( Fall 1997): 55-85.

Kuo, Thomas C. "Ch'en Tu-hsiu (1879-1942) and Hu Shih (1891- 1962)", in Chinese Studies in History, vol. 31, no. 1 ( Fall 1997): 23-54.

Kwan, Man Bun. "Chinese Business History in the People's Republic of China: A Review", in Chinese Studies in History, vol. 31, nos. 3-4 ( Spring 1998): 35-64.

Lai, Chi-kong. "Enterprise History: Studies and Archives", in Chinese Studies in History, vol. 31, nos. 3-4 ( Spring-Summer 1998): 169-88.

Lan, H. R., and Vanessa Fong. "Gender and Class", in Chinese Studies in History, vol. 31, no. 2 ( Winter 1997-98): 82-83.

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