This book provides a detailed picture of indigenous capitalism during Japanese colonization of Korea. The author gives a compelling account of key personalities in the Korean business elite and of the personal dilemmas of balancing nationalism against success under dependent, colonial conditions. The author concludes that dependent rather than comprador capitalism characterized leading Korean businesses through 1945.The estimates were published in dollars at an exchange rate of fifteen yen per dollar. The estimated assets of the ... The bank was registered with a paid-in capital of 25 million yen in 1927, and 30 million yen in 1941. The Bank of Chosen wasanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Colonial Origins of Korean Enterprise|
|Author||:||Dennis L. McNamara|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 1990-04-27|