Capitalism From Within: Economy, Society, and the State in a by David L. Howell

By David L. Howell

Japan's gorgeous metamorphosis from an remoted feudal regime to an enormous business strength over the process the nineteeth and early 20th centuries has lengthy involved and vexed historians. during this examine, David L. Howell seems past the institutional and technological adjustments that Japan's reopening to the West to probe the indigenous origins of jap capitalism.

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Esashi 6 12 Yamori, Akita SOURCE : "Oboe" [1865/12-1866/1], "Hamamashike yoyogaki tojikomi," Sato-ke monjo. a Hakodate, Fukuyama, and Esashi include the towns and their environs. b Worked with crew personally (jikinori sendo ). c Borrowed boats. the table), is a typical example. Ten of Hanbei's eleven workers were from Tanabu village and the other from Ikokuma village, both in the Shimokita peninsula at the northern tip of Honshu. [43] The crews listed in Table 4 share a number of characteristics.

Whether they considered it desirable or merely inevitable, officials of the Matsumae domain made provisions for labor mobility between Honshu and Hokkaido and for the absorption of newcomers into the permanent domain population. So long as the increased population did not strain the domain's administrative apparatus the growth brought economic benefits to the domain in the form of higher tax revenues. Similarly, the domain's policy of allowing independent fishers from the Wajinchi into the Ezochi ensured the profitability of the contract fisheries.

Ten of Hanbei's eleven workers were from Tanabu village and the other from Ikokuma village, both in the Shimokita peninsula at the northern tip of Honshu. [43] The crews listed in Table 4 share a number of characteristics. First, while the proprietors were all from Matsumae, only 3 of 131 workers were. ) Second, each proprietor's workers overwhelmingly came from a single village, which certainly implies that they were hired as a team. It is probably safe to assume, if difficult to demonstrate, that the proprietors had some sort of connection with the Tohoku village that supplied the laborers, either directly or through an agent of the type that supplied workers to contractors.

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