The economic strength of Japan, by Isoshi Asahi

Colophon mounted on leaf at end;"List of sources quoted or consulted": p. 306-315

「国立国会図書館デジタルコレクション」より

[目次]

  • CONTENTS
  • I. INTRODUCTORY / 1
  • II. THE PROBLEMS CONFRONTING JAPAN / 6
  • 1. Military Expenditure after the Manchurian Affair / 7
  • 2. Emergency Military Expenditure / 7
  • 3. Sources of Revenue / 9
  • III. INCREASED CAPACITY TO BEAR TAX BURDEN / 11
  • 1. Natural Growth of Revenue / 11
  • 2. Increased Capacity to Bear Taxes / 13
  • 3. Future Outlook / 19
  • IV. GROWTH OF NATIONAL INCOME / 23
  • 1. The National Income in 1930 by the Cabinet Bureau of Statistics / 23
  • 2. Growth of National Income Since 1930 / 25
  • V. GROWTH OF NATIONAL WEALTH AND NATIONAL SAVINGS / 33
  • 1. National Wealth up to 1930 / 33
  • 2. Rise in National Wealth after 1930 / 36
  • 3. Growth of National Savings / 46
  • VI. THE RAISING OF NEW CAPITAL / 55
  • 1. New Capital Requirements / 56
  • 2. Sapplies of New Capital during the China Affair / 58
  • VII. PRODUCTION / 69
  • 1. Importance of the Dependencies / 69
  • 2. Production in Japan Proper / 71
  • VIII. FROM LIGHTER TO HEAVIER INDUSTRIES / 78
  • 1. Development in Heavy Industries / 78
  • 2. Industrial Profits in Lighter and Heavier Industries / 87
  • 3. Industrial Efficiency / 88
  • IX. INDUSTRIAL EXPANSION PROGRAMME / 94
  • 1. Mineral Products / 97
  • 2. Machinery Industry / 101
  • 3. The Future Prospect / 105
  • X. SELF-SUPPLY IN FOODSTUFFS / 119
  • 1. Japan Self-Supplied in Food / 119
  • 2. Rice / 123
  • 3. Wheat,Barley and Rye / 129
  • 4. Soya-beans and Other Leguminous Products / 131
  • 5. Meat and Other Foods / 133
  • XI. BUSINESS NOT AS USUAL / 135
  • 1. Mobilization of Essential Commodities / 135
  • 2. Economic Dislocation Caused by the"Butsudo" / 138
  • 3. Future Aspect of the Question / 146
  • XII. RISE OF"SUBSTITUTE"INDUSTRIES / 157
  • 1. Principal Commodities Deficient in Japan / 157
  • 2. Coal Liquefaction Industry / 160
  • 3. Staple-Fibre Industry / 163
  • XIII. JAPAN'S FOREIGN TRADE POLICY / 171
  • 1. Main Features of Japan's Foreign Trade during the Past 15 Years / 171
  • 2. Japan's Traditional Free-Trade Policy / 178
  • 3. Japan Forced to Abandon Free-Trade Policy / 183
  • XIV. MAN-POWER / 192
  • 1. The Population Problem / 192
  • 2. Absorption of Surplus Population / 201
  • 3. Standards of Living / 204
  • XV. OPEN DOOR IN CHINA / 218
  • 1. Meaning of the Open Door / 218
  • 2. What the Open Door Has Failed to Do / 232
  • 3. Dawn of"New Order"in East Asia / 245
  • 4. North China Development Company / 259
  • 5. Central China Reconstruction Company / 262
  • XVI. PAX JAPONICA,A SHINTOIST'S VIEW / 266
  • 1. Yamato Damashii / 266
  • 2. Ex Oriente Lux,Ex Occidente Lex / 281
  • APPENDICES
  • APPENDIX A. Estimates of National Wealth,1931-1937 / 293
  • APPENDIX B. Government Statement Regarding Expansion of Productive Capacity / 304
  • APPENDIX C. List of Sources Quoted or Consulted / 306
  • INDEX / 317

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書名 The economic strength of Japan, by Isoshi Asahi
著作者等 Asahi, Isoshi
出版元 The Hokuseido Press
刊行年月 1939
言語 英語
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