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A history of modern Shanghai banking : the rise and decline of China's finance capitalism, Zhaojin Ji

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A history of modern Shanghai banking : the rise and decline of China's finance capitalism
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A history of modern Shanghai banking
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the rise and decline of China's finance capitalism
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Zhaojin Ji
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eng
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Ji, Zhaojin
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332.1/0951/132
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illustrations
Index
index present
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HG3340.S52
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J5 2003
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non fiction
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bibliography
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Studies on modern China
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  • Banks and banking
  • Banks and banking, Foreign
  • Finance
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A history of modern Shanghai banking : the rise and decline of China's finance capitalism, Zhaojin Ji
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"An East gate book."
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 299-309) and index
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rdacontent
Contents
  • 9
  • 93
  • The Reorganization Loan and International Banking Consortium
  • 94
  • 4.
  • The Golden Age of Shanghai Banking, 1912-1927
  • 97
  • The Impact of Social Change on Banking and Finance
  • 98
  • The Bank of China (1912)
  • 98
  • Shanghai Native Bankers Guild
  • Government Bonds (1912-1926)
  • 104
  • The Development of Native Banks
  • 106
  • Shanghai General Chamber of Commerce (1902-1929)
  • 109
  • The Growth of National Industry
  • 112
  • The Golden Age of Shanghai Modern Banking
  • 113
  • 11
  • The "Three Southern Banks"
  • 114
  • The National Commercial Bank (1907)
  • 114
  • The Zhejiang Industrial Bank (1915)
  • 116
  • The Shanghai Commercial and Savings Bank (1915)
  • 118
  • The "Four Northern Banks"
  • 121
  • Native Banks and Merchants
  • The Yien Yieh Commercial Bank (1915)
  • 123
  • The Kincheng Banking Corporation (1917)
  • 124
  • The Continental Bank (1919)
  • 127
  • The China & South Sea Bank (1921)
  • 128
  • Other Chinese National Banks
  • 129
  • 12
  • New Organizations of Shanghai Banking
  • 130
  • The Shanghai Bankers Association
  • 131
  • The Banker's Weekly (1917)
  • 133
  • The Native Bankers' Monthly (1921)
  • 134
  • The Shanghai Stock and Commodities Exchange (1920)
  • 136
  • The Organization of Native Banks
  • The Rise of Chinese Finance Capitalism
  • 137
  • 5.
  • New Foreign Financial Powers, 1915-1930
  • 141
  • The Japanese Banking Group
  • 142
  • The Bank of Taiwan (1911)
  • 143
  • The Bank of Chosen (1911)
  • 13
  • 145
  • The Sumitomo Bank (1916)
  • 145
  • The Mitsubishi Bank (1916)
  • 146
  • The Mitsui Bank (1917)
  • 147
  • The "Nishihara Loans" (1917-1919)
  • 148
  • The American Banking Group
  • Native Banks' Capital
  • 150
  • The National City Bank of New York (1915)
  • 152
  • The American-Oriental Banking Corporation (1917)
  • 155
  • The American Express Company (1917)
  • 156
  • The Equitable Eastern Banking Corporation/The Chase Bank
  • 156
  • The Underwriters Saving Bank for the Far East (1930)
  • 15
  • 157
  • Joint-Venture Banks
  • 158
  • The Commercial Guarantee Bank of China
  • 159
  • The Banque Industrielle de Chine
  • 159
  • The Exchange Bank of China
  • 159
  • The Asia Banking Corporation
  • Management of Native Banks
  • 160
  • The Chinese-American Bank of Commerce
  • 160
  • The Chinese-Italian Banking Corporation
  • 161
  • The Sino-Scandinavian Bank
  • 161
  • The Banque Franco-Chinoise pour le Commerce et l'Industrie
  • 161
  • Causes of the Failure of Joint-Venture Banks
  • 1.
  • 16
  • 161
  • 6.
  • Shanghai Banking and the Nationalist Government, 1928-1937
  • 164
  • The Creation of Chinese State Banks
  • 165
  • Shanghai Bankers and Chiang Kai-shek
  • 166
  • The 1928 National Economic and Financial Conferences
  • 170
  • Functions of Native Banks
  • Tariff Autonomy
  • 171
  • The Creation of the Central Bank of China (1928)
  • 172
  • The Reorganization of the Bank of China and the Bank of Communications (1928)
  • 174
  • The Postal Remittances & Savings Bank (1931)
  • 178
  • The Farmers Bank of China (1935)
  • 179
  • 22
  • The Central Trust of China (1935)
  • 181
  • The Currency Reform
  • 182
  • The Abolition of the Tael and the Adoption of the Silver Dollar (1933)
  • 183
  • The Silver Purchase Act (1934)
  • 185
  • The Shanghai Financial Panic of 1935
  • 188
  • Shanghai Native Bankers Clearing Association
  • The 1935 Currency Reform
  • 190
  • Responses of Foreign Banks
  • 195
  • The British Response
  • 195
  • The American Response
  • 197
  • The Japanese Response
  • 199
  • 23
  • Consequences of the Currency Reform
  • 201
  • 7.
  • Wartime Banking and Finance, 1937-1945
  • 204
  • The Isolated Island of Banking and Finance
  • 205
  • Wartime Banking Organization and Financial Control
  • 206
  • Foreign Exchange Management
  • The Opening of Shanghai
  • 207
  • The Exchange Stabilization Operation
  • 209
  • Currency War
  • 211
  • The Hua Hsing Bank (1939)
  • 213
  • The Central Reserve Bank of China (1941)
  • 214
  • The Pacific Wartime Finance and Inflation
  • 26
  • 215
  • The Revival of Native Banks
  • 216
  • Wartime Inflation
  • 218
  • 8.
  • Collapse of the Nationalist Monetary System, 1945-1949
  • 220
  • Postwar Banking Rehabilitation
  • 221
  • Foreign Concessions (1845)
  • The 1946 Banking Laws
  • 222
  • Gold Scandals
  • 224
  • The 1947 Economic Emergency Measures
  • 227
  • Hyperinflation
  • 228
  • The 1948 Economic Emergency and the Issuance of Gold Yuan
  • 229
  • 27
  • Collapse of the Nationalist Monetary System
  • 233
  • 9.
  • The Socialist Transformation of Shanghai Banking, 1949-1952
  • 238
  • The People's Bank of China
  • 239
  • The Takeover of Bureaucratic Capitalist Banks
  • 241
  • Stabilizing the Renminbi
  • Xianfeng Inflation (1851-1862)
  • 245
  • State Monopolies on Purchase and Distribution
  • 246
  • The Unification of Economy and Finance
  • 248
  • The "Three Antis and Five Antis" Campaign
  • 249
  • The Merger of Native Banks and Other Private Banks
  • 251
  • The Socialist Transformation
  • Origins of Shanghai Native Banks
  • 28
  • 253
  • Institutional Transformation
  • 261
  • Banking Recapitalization
  • 263
  • Banking Privatization
  • 264
  • Foreign Banking Opportunity
  • 265
  • Banking Globalization
  • Foreign Trade and Native Banks
  • 267
  • 32
  • "Shanghai Conventional Currency" (1856)
  • 33
  • Creation of North and South Markets (1855-1862)
  • 36
  • 2.
  • The Rise of Foreign Banks, 1847-1894
  • 38
  • 3
  • Foreign Trade and Foreign Banks
  • 40
  • The Oriental Banking Corporation (1847)
  • 42
  • The Chartered Bank of India, Australia, and China (1858)
  • 43
  • The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation (1865)
  • 45
  • The Deutsch-Asiatische Bank (1889)
  • 50
  • Money and Native Banks
  • The Yokohama Specie Bank (1893)
  • 52
  • Formation of a Comprador Class
  • 54
  • The Self-Strengthening Movement and Finance
  • 57
  • Early Industry in Shanghai
  • 59
  • Russell & Co. and the China Merchants' Steam Navigation Company
  • 60
  • 7
  • The Shanghai Railway
  • 62
  • The "Merchants' Management Under Government Supervision" System
  • 63
  • Financial Crisis of 1883
  • 65
  • 3.
  • The Expansion of Foreign Banks and the Search for National Banks, 1895-1911
  • 67
  • The Expansion of Foreign Banks
  • Shanxi Banks
  • 68
  • Russo-Chinese Bank and Russo-Asiatic Bank (1895)
  • 70
  • Banque de l'Indochine (1898)
  • 72
  • The Boxer Indemnity (1900)
  • 74
  • The International Banking Corporation (1902)
  • 76
  • Banque Belge pour l'Etranger (1902)
  • 8
  • 77
  • Nederlandsche Handel-Maatschappij (1903)
  • 78
  • The Search for National Banks
  • 78
  • The Imperial Bank of China (1897)
  • 80
  • The Hubu Bank (1905) and the Daqing Bank (1908)
  • 84
  • The Bank of Communications (1908)
  • The Ningbo and Shaoxing Financial Groups
  • 85
  • Early Private Banks: Xincheng (1906) and Siming (1908)
  • 87
  • The Shanghai Financial Panic and the Revolution of 1911
  • 90
  • The "Discount Storm" (1897)
  • 90
  • The "Rubber Stock Crisis" (1910)
  • 92
  • Banking and the Revolution of 1911
Control code
50228711
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xxxviii, 325 pages
Isbn
9780765610027
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
2002029407
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
Label
A history of modern Shanghai banking : the rise and decline of China's finance capitalism, Zhaojin Ji
Publication
Note
"An East gate book."
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 299-309) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 9
  • 93
  • The Reorganization Loan and International Banking Consortium
  • 94
  • 4.
  • The Golden Age of Shanghai Banking, 1912-1927
  • 97
  • The Impact of Social Change on Banking and Finance
  • 98
  • The Bank of China (1912)
  • 98
  • Shanghai Native Bankers Guild
  • Government Bonds (1912-1926)
  • 104
  • The Development of Native Banks
  • 106
  • Shanghai General Chamber of Commerce (1902-1929)
  • 109
  • The Growth of National Industry
  • 112
  • The Golden Age of Shanghai Modern Banking
  • 113
  • 11
  • The "Three Southern Banks"
  • 114
  • The National Commercial Bank (1907)
  • 114
  • The Zhejiang Industrial Bank (1915)
  • 116
  • The Shanghai Commercial and Savings Bank (1915)
  • 118
  • The "Four Northern Banks"
  • 121
  • Native Banks and Merchants
  • The Yien Yieh Commercial Bank (1915)
  • 123
  • The Kincheng Banking Corporation (1917)
  • 124
  • The Continental Bank (1919)
  • 127
  • The China & South Sea Bank (1921)
  • 128
  • Other Chinese National Banks
  • 129
  • 12
  • New Organizations of Shanghai Banking
  • 130
  • The Shanghai Bankers Association
  • 131
  • The Banker's Weekly (1917)
  • 133
  • The Native Bankers' Monthly (1921)
  • 134
  • The Shanghai Stock and Commodities Exchange (1920)
  • 136
  • The Organization of Native Banks
  • The Rise of Chinese Finance Capitalism
  • 137
  • 5.
  • New Foreign Financial Powers, 1915-1930
  • 141
  • The Japanese Banking Group
  • 142
  • The Bank of Taiwan (1911)
  • 143
  • The Bank of Chosen (1911)
  • 13
  • 145
  • The Sumitomo Bank (1916)
  • 145
  • The Mitsubishi Bank (1916)
  • 146
  • The Mitsui Bank (1917)
  • 147
  • The "Nishihara Loans" (1917-1919)
  • 148
  • The American Banking Group
  • Native Banks' Capital
  • 150
  • The National City Bank of New York (1915)
  • 152
  • The American-Oriental Banking Corporation (1917)
  • 155
  • The American Express Company (1917)
  • 156
  • The Equitable Eastern Banking Corporation/The Chase Bank
  • 156
  • The Underwriters Saving Bank for the Far East (1930)
  • 15
  • 157
  • Joint-Venture Banks
  • 158
  • The Commercial Guarantee Bank of China
  • 159
  • The Banque Industrielle de Chine
  • 159
  • The Exchange Bank of China
  • 159
  • The Asia Banking Corporation
  • Management of Native Banks
  • 160
  • The Chinese-American Bank of Commerce
  • 160
  • The Chinese-Italian Banking Corporation
  • 161
  • The Sino-Scandinavian Bank
  • 161
  • The Banque Franco-Chinoise pour le Commerce et l'Industrie
  • 161
  • Causes of the Failure of Joint-Venture Banks
  • 1.
  • 16
  • 161
  • 6.
  • Shanghai Banking and the Nationalist Government, 1928-1937
  • 164
  • The Creation of Chinese State Banks
  • 165
  • Shanghai Bankers and Chiang Kai-shek
  • 166
  • The 1928 National Economic and Financial Conferences
  • 170
  • Functions of Native Banks
  • Tariff Autonomy
  • 171
  • The Creation of the Central Bank of China (1928)
  • 172
  • The Reorganization of the Bank of China and the Bank of Communications (1928)
  • 174
  • The Postal Remittances & Savings Bank (1931)
  • 178
  • The Farmers Bank of China (1935)
  • 179
  • 22
  • The Central Trust of China (1935)
  • 181
  • The Currency Reform
  • 182
  • The Abolition of the Tael and the Adoption of the Silver Dollar (1933)
  • 183
  • The Silver Purchase Act (1934)
  • 185
  • The Shanghai Financial Panic of 1935
  • 188
  • Shanghai Native Bankers Clearing Association
  • The 1935 Currency Reform
  • 190
  • Responses of Foreign Banks
  • 195
  • The British Response
  • 195
  • The American Response
  • 197
  • The Japanese Response
  • 199
  • 23
  • Consequences of the Currency Reform
  • 201
  • 7.
  • Wartime Banking and Finance, 1937-1945
  • 204
  • The Isolated Island of Banking and Finance
  • 205
  • Wartime Banking Organization and Financial Control
  • 206
  • Foreign Exchange Management
  • The Opening of Shanghai
  • 207
  • The Exchange Stabilization Operation
  • 209
  • Currency War
  • 211
  • The Hua Hsing Bank (1939)
  • 213
  • The Central Reserve Bank of China (1941)
  • 214
  • The Pacific Wartime Finance and Inflation
  • 26
  • 215
  • The Revival of Native Banks
  • 216
  • Wartime Inflation
  • 218
  • 8.
  • Collapse of the Nationalist Monetary System, 1945-1949
  • 220
  • Postwar Banking Rehabilitation
  • 221
  • Foreign Concessions (1845)
  • The 1946 Banking Laws
  • 222
  • Gold Scandals
  • 224
  • The 1947 Economic Emergency Measures
  • 227
  • Hyperinflation
  • 228
  • The 1948 Economic Emergency and the Issuance of Gold Yuan
  • 229
  • 27
  • Collapse of the Nationalist Monetary System
  • 233
  • 9.
  • The Socialist Transformation of Shanghai Banking, 1949-1952
  • 238
  • The People's Bank of China
  • 239
  • The Takeover of Bureaucratic Capitalist Banks
  • 241
  • Stabilizing the Renminbi
  • Xianfeng Inflation (1851-1862)
  • 245
  • State Monopolies on Purchase and Distribution
  • 246
  • The Unification of Economy and Finance
  • 248
  • The "Three Antis and Five Antis" Campaign
  • 249
  • The Merger of Native Banks and Other Private Banks
  • 251
  • The Socialist Transformation
  • Origins of Shanghai Native Banks
  • 28
  • 253
  • Institutional Transformation
  • 261
  • Banking Recapitalization
  • 263
  • Banking Privatization
  • 264
  • Foreign Banking Opportunity
  • 265
  • Banking Globalization
  • Foreign Trade and Native Banks
  • 267
  • 32
  • "Shanghai Conventional Currency" (1856)
  • 33
  • Creation of North and South Markets (1855-1862)
  • 36
  • 2.
  • The Rise of Foreign Banks, 1847-1894
  • 38
  • 3
  • Foreign Trade and Foreign Banks
  • 40
  • The Oriental Banking Corporation (1847)
  • 42
  • The Chartered Bank of India, Australia, and China (1858)
  • 43
  • The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation (1865)
  • 45
  • The Deutsch-Asiatische Bank (1889)
  • 50
  • Money and Native Banks
  • The Yokohama Specie Bank (1893)
  • 52
  • Formation of a Comprador Class
  • 54
  • The Self-Strengthening Movement and Finance
  • 57
  • Early Industry in Shanghai
  • 59
  • Russell & Co. and the China Merchants' Steam Navigation Company
  • 60
  • 7
  • The Shanghai Railway
  • 62
  • The "Merchants' Management Under Government Supervision" System
  • 63
  • Financial Crisis of 1883
  • 65
  • 3.
  • The Expansion of Foreign Banks and the Search for National Banks, 1895-1911
  • 67
  • The Expansion of Foreign Banks
  • Shanxi Banks
  • 68
  • Russo-Chinese Bank and Russo-Asiatic Bank (1895)
  • 70
  • Banque de l'Indochine (1898)
  • 72
  • The Boxer Indemnity (1900)
  • 74
  • The International Banking Corporation (1902)
  • 76
  • Banque Belge pour l'Etranger (1902)
  • 8
  • 77
  • Nederlandsche Handel-Maatschappij (1903)
  • 78
  • The Search for National Banks
  • 78
  • The Imperial Bank of China (1897)
  • 80
  • The Hubu Bank (1905) and the Daqing Bank (1908)
  • 84
  • The Bank of Communications (1908)
  • The Ningbo and Shaoxing Financial Groups
  • 85
  • Early Private Banks: Xincheng (1906) and Siming (1908)
  • 87
  • The Shanghai Financial Panic and the Revolution of 1911
  • 90
  • The "Discount Storm" (1897)
  • 90
  • The "Rubber Stock Crisis" (1910)
  • 92
  • Banking and the Revolution of 1911
Control code
50228711
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xxxviii, 325 pages
Isbn
9780765610027
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
2002029407
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations

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