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Economic History of Japan, Spring 2004
[01]
Approaches to the economic history of Japan: current trends in research
[02]
The economic system of the Tokugawa Japan and the policy of 'isolation'
[03]
The economic and fiscal policies of the Tokugawa government:
economic and political affairs from the 17th to the early 18th centuries
[04]
Agricultural growth and the development of commercial agriculture in the Tokugawa period
[05]
The growth of the market economy during the Tokugawa period
[06]
The collapse of Tokugawa society: economic and political affairs in the first half of the 19th century
[07]
The international background to, and the economic effects of, the opening of the treaty ports to foreign trade in the late Tokugawa period
[08]
The economic and fiscal policies of the early Meiji period: from Yuri Kimimasa to Okuma Shigenobu
[09]
The industrialization policies of the Meiji government
[10]
Economic and political affairs during the 1870s: the fiscal policies of Okuma Shigenobu
[11]
Economic and political affairs during the 1880s: from Matsukata's deflationary policies to the emergence of private enterprises
[12]
Economic and fiscal policies after the Sino-Japanese War and the revision of the 'unequal' treaties
[13]
Economic and fiscal policies after the post Russo-Japanese War and the crisis in Japan's international balance of payments
[14]
The Japanese economy in the late 19th and early 20th centuries
[15]
The Japanese 'official' and 'unofficial' empire: the colonization of Taiwan and Korea
[16]
The Japanese economy and the First World War
[17]
The Great Earthquake of 1923 to the Financial Crisis of 1927
[18]
The economic and fiscal policies of Inoue Jun'nosuke and the Great Depression of 1929
[19]
The economic and fiscal policies of Takahashi Korekiyo and the Japanese economy in the 1930s
[20]
The Japanese economy during the late 1930s: the government and the private sector
[21]
The Japanese economy, 1937-1945: the advent of a controlled wartime economy
[22]
From post-war economic reform to high economic growth: continuity and discontinuity in pre-war and post-war Japan

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