1 edition of Some foreign attitudes to Republican China found in the catalog.
Some foreign attitudes to Republican China
1980 by International Centre for Economics and Related Disciplines, [1980?] in London .
Written in English
|Statement||papers by Taichiro Mitani ... [et al] ; edited by Ian Nish.|
|Contributions||Nish, Ian, 1926-, International Centre for Economics and Related Disciplines.|
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Following a general discussion of archival research and research aids for the Republican period, the handbook introduces the collections of archives in the People's Republic of China and the Republic of China on Taiwan that contain materials in the areas of economics. State and Economy in Republican China.
Book Description: It reflects the research priorities of that seminar and covers “Republican China,” broadly conceived, including some materials on the early PRC and on the ROC on Taiwan.
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