Economic Thought in Early Modern Japan
BRILL, Aug 13, 2010 - Business & Economics - 320 pages
This volume deepens and revises our understanding of early-modern Japan by examining connections between economic thought and policy. It also engages issues of interest to scholars of world history and economic thought outside Japan or East Asia.
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