A Short Economic History of Modern Japan, 1867-1937

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Index
Agricultural and Industrial Banks, 48, 101
Agricultural co-operation, 146
Agricultural experimental stations, 28
Agriculture, development of, 57et seq., 58, 108-11; depression in, 109, 111, 132; in Tokugawa era, 11, 12; subsidies for, 121
"American Prosperity" and Japan, 97, 99
Artificial fertilizers, 109
Asano, 127
Australia, trade with, 151, 152
Automobile industry, 118
Bakufu (military dictatorship), 10
Balance of payments, 32, 54-5, 91et seq., 97
Banking system, main features of, 45et seq. , 51-5, 96, 100et seq., 134, 184
Bank of Chosen, 49-50
Bank of Japan, foundation of, 45-6, 47; note issue of, 46, 184; operations of, 49, 52-3, 92et seq., 102, 134
Bank of Taiwan, 49, 96
Banks, and industry, 94, 100; colonial, 49-50; exchange, lot (see also Yokohama Specie Bank); foreign, 63; national, 38-9, 46, 51; savings, 51; "special," 47et seq., 100-1, 120
Barley, 58, 108
Benevolences (goyokin), 34
Bicycle industry, 79, 118
Bonus, semi-annual, 72
Breweries, 29, 80
Buddhism, 17
Building industry, 93, 119
Camphor monopoly, 43, 120
Canneries, floating, 111
Canned fish exports, 111
Capital, import of, 22, 23-4, 28, 32, 36, 44-5, 49, 86, 95; provision of industrial, 48et seq., 54, 63-4, 103, 125-8
Cartels, 76, 145
Castle-towns, 11, 13, 31
Cement industry, 29, 81, 107
Central bank, see Bank of Japan
Chemical industry, 29, 107, 121, 137-8, 142
China, influence of, 17; trade with, 15, 59, 67, 74, 105, 151
Chinese boycott, 99
Choshu clan, 26
Clan governments, 10et seq., 26-7
Coal industry, 14, 74-5, 87-8, 107, 116, 144, 147, 177
Colonial expansion, 42-3, 49-51
Colonies, trade with, 49, 104, 152
Communications, 28; see also Railways, Shipping
Co-operative societies, 124, 146
Copper industry, 14, 31, 33, 75, 87, 116
Cotton industry, capacity in, 29, 60, 65-8, 112, 175; efficiency of, 114, 140-2; exports of, 66, 87-8, 98, 105, 150, 174; output of, 13, 29, 67-8, 107, 174; structure of, 66et seq., 113-14, 139
Cotton goods, imports of, 32, 65
Cotton, raw, cultivation of, 12, 59; imports of, 65-6, 67, 174
Craftsmanship, 13, 73, 156-7
Dai-Ichi Bank, 49, 100
Daimyo, 10, 13-14, 20-1
Dan, Baron, 148
Debasement of coinage, 20, 34
Deflation, 47, 93-4, 98-9
Deposits Bureau of Treasury, 50, 134
Depreciation of notes, 34, 40
Depression, world, consequences of, 99- 100, 111, 159
Deshima, 15
Diet, nature of, 108, 111
Discount market, 92, 101
Domestic life, 83, 119
Domestic industry, system of, 12-14, 33, 82-3, 118-19

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