Table of contents for Rural economic development in Japan : from the nineteenth century to the Pacific War / Penelope Francks.

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Contents
Tables 
Figures 
Acknowledgements 
Conventions 
Chapter 1: Rethinking Rural Japan 
PART 1: THE NINETEENTH CENTURY: THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE DIVERSIFIED RURAL ECONOMY 
Introduction 
Chapter 2: Rural Economic Growth in the Nineteenth Century 
Chapter 3: The Rural Economy and the Household 
Chapter 4: Power, Policy and Resistance in the Nineteenth-Century Countryside
PART 2: THE AGRARIAN TRANSITION, 1890-1920
Chapter 5: The Rural Sector and Urban Industrialization
Chapter 6: The Household and the Village in Transition
Chapter 7: The Agrarian Question: The Rural Economy and the State
PART 3: THE INTER-WAR YEARS: CRISIS AND MODERNIZATION
Chapter 8: The 'Rural Problem' of the Inter-War Period
Chapter 9: The Rural Household And The Agricultural Adjustment Problem
Chapter 10: The Rural Dream
Chapter 11: Conclusion 
Glossary
Bibliography
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Japan -- Rural conditions -- 19th century.
Japan -- Rural conditions -- 20th century.
Agriculture and state -- Japan.