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The neomercantilists : a global intellectual history

The neomercantilists : a global intellectual history

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Helleiner, Eric, 1963- author.
Title Statement
The neomercantilists : a global intellectual history / Eric Helleiner.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Ithaca [New York] :   Cornell University Press,   2021.  
Physical Medium
xi, 401 p. ; 24 cm.
ISBN
9781501760129
요약
"This book analyzes the emergence of neomercantilist thought between the late eighteenth and early twentieth centuries, highlighting the global origins of this ideology, its diverse varieties, and the lasting legacies of the ideas of its pioneers on the politics of the world economy"--
Content Notes
Some pioneers in List's North Atlantic context -- Friedrich List's idiosyncratic synthesis -- Some List-inspired contributions across the world -- List-inspired neomercantilism beyond the nation-state -- The emergence of Henry Carey's distinctive vision -- The global influence and adaptation of Carey's ideas -- Local origins in Japan: Ōkubo Toshimichi, Fukuzawa Yukichi, and Maeda Masana -- Neglected Chinese pioneers: Wei Yuan, Zheng Guanying, and Sun Yatsen -- Liang Qichao and Korea's gaehwa group -- Early theorists in Russia and the Canadian backwoods -- Practitioners in Egypt, Poland and Latin America -- The Asante and the Pan-African movement -- Conclusion: what legacies?
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 359-389) and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Mercantile system --History --Philosophy. Mercantile system --History --18th century. Mercantile system --History --19th century. Mercantile system --History --20th century. Mercantile system --Political aspects.
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504 ▼a Includes bibliographical references (p. 359-389) and index.
505 0 ▼a Some pioneers in List's North Atlantic context -- Friedrich List's idiosyncratic synthesis -- Some List-inspired contributions across the world -- List-inspired neomercantilism beyond the nation-state -- The emergence of Henry Carey's distinctive vision -- The global influence and adaptation of Carey's ideas -- Local origins in Japan: Ōkubo Toshimichi, Fukuzawa Yukichi, and Maeda Masana -- Neglected Chinese pioneers: Wei Yuan, Zheng Guanying, and Sun Yatsen -- Liang Qichao and Korea's gaehwa group -- Early theorists in Russia and the Canadian backwoods -- Practitioners in Egypt, Poland and Latin America -- The Asante and the Pan-African movement -- Conclusion: what legacies?
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650 0 ▼a Mercantile system ▼x History ▼y 20th century.
650 0 ▼a Mercantile system ▼x Political aspects.
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Contents information

Table of Contents

Introduction: Neomercantilism''s Diverse Intellectual Origins
Part I: THE LISTIAN INTELLECTUAL WORLD
1. Some Pioneers in List''s German-US-French Context
2. Friedrich List''s Idiosyncratic Synthesis
3. Some List-Inspired Contributions Across the World
4. List-Inspired Neomercantilism Beyond the Nation-State
Part II: HENRY CAREY AND HIS SUPPORTERS
5. The Emergence of Henry Carey''s Distinctive Vision
6. The Global Influence and Adaptation of Carey''s Ideas
Part III: ENDOGENOUS ROOTS OF EAST ASIAN NEOMERCANTILISM
7. Local Origins in Japan
8. Some Neglected Chinese Pioneers
9. Another Chinese Contribution and Korea''s Gaehwa Group
Part IV: OTHER THEORISTS AND PRACTITIONERS
10. Early Theorists in Russia and the Canadian Backwoods
11. Practitioners in Egypt, Poland and Latin America
12. The Asante and the Pan-African Movement
Conclusion: What Legacies? -- Cornell University Press

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