Hunter, Janet (1977) Japanese government policy, business opinion and the Seoul-Pusan railway. Modern Asian Studies, 11 (4). pp. 573-599. ISSN 1469-8099
Like most research on Japanese involvement in Korea in the latter years of the Meiji period, this article is deeply indebted to the pioneer work of Professor Hilary Conroy. I have also drawn heavily on the work of Eugene and Han-kyo Kim. However, a detailed study of the railways of Korea does not come within the framework of Professor Conroy's book, and there is little material on the subject available in English. In Japanese there is the official government history, the Chōsen Tetsudō Shi, but the purpose of this essay is to show the views of the business world on the subject, and so contemporary articles in the leading economic journals have constituted the most important source. A consideration of those articles which comment on the changing state of affairs will perhaps clarify the reasons underlying dōmestic pressure for Japanese involvement in the construction of Korean railways.
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|Library of Congress subject classification:||D History General and Old World > D History (General)|
|Sets:||Departments > International History|
|Date Deposited:||16 Dec 2009 16:11|
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