By Chikako Usui (eds.)
This e-book investigates entrepreneurial projects within the 3 greatest economies of the realm: China, Japan and america. It brings jointly ancient, institutional, and ethnographic ways and highlights entrepreneurial styles that outcome from cultural, criminal, and political forces that facilitate and constrain entrepreneurship.
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The resulting relationship was never easy, and so Liu Hongsheng put behind him his compradore’s position, renegotiated his Kailuan contract, and set up on his own. He never looked back. He expanded his coal distribution business, and put his coal supply to work in a cement factory, producing cement at a time in the 1920s and 1930s when the building trade was booming. After 1927, Liu threw in his lot with the Guomindang government, becoming a prominent member of the new pro-Guomindang committee of the Shanghai Chamber of Commerce.
The professionalization of business in China, therefore, has to be looked upon as a history that runs parallel to the more well-known record of the tightening of state control from the 1930s to the 1970s on the mainland, and the relaxation of the state’s grip thereafter. It is much more complicated than that, however. The generation of lawyers, accountants and engineers produced in the 1920s and 1930s survived into the 1950s and 1960s, and although private business was dismantled under socialism, the expertise was transformed but not destroyed.
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Comparative Entrepreneurship Initiatives: Studies in China, Japan and the USA by Chikako Usui (eds.)