Beyond Market and Hierarchy: Patriotic Capitalism and the by Kwan Man Bun (auth.)

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He declared as his primary goals the building of a modern inspectorate, a uniform and comprehensive tax at source, and a large free trading area enjoying cheap salt of high quality. 37 His problems began with the difficulties of recruiting a qualified staff. On the Chinese side, high-level appointments at the central and divisional administrations remained vulnerable to politics. 38 Nor did Dane find all his foreign subordinates entirely up to his standards. ”39 R. D. Wolcott, an American who joined the service in 1919 and rose to acting foreign chief inspector in 1941, observed with dismay: (Esson) Gale is right in that control in this Service is purely bureaucratic; there is no real attempt at justice or fair-play.

1. 12 Jing’s name did not appear on the first subscription list. 1 Identifieda and unidentified shareholders lists, 1915 Ca. , 1915 Identified # Shares Unidentified # Shares 18 34 415 421 0 8 0 22 a Identified is defined as those ascertained with at least one of the network attributes such as kinship. 18 In support of Jiuda, Liang pledged sixty shares while his brother and son-in-law another fifteen shares. 19 Liang’s other students and close associates together subscribed a total of 180 shares.

2 The Networks The turmoil that modern China underwent shaped Fan Xudong’s quest to save the country through industrialization. A native of Xiangyin, Hunan, he was the second son of a poor rural school teacher. After his father’s death, he lived in a charitable home for chaste widows with his mother before joining his elder brother Yuanlian (1876–1927) at the Hunan School of Current Affairs (Hunan shiwu xuetang) and followed Liang Qichao into exile after the failed Hundred Days Reform in 1898. With financial support from Liang, Xudong attended Okayama Number Six High School (Dairoku ) kōtō and gakkō Kyoto Imperial University.

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