6 edition of The economic development of French Indo-China found in the catalog.
The economic development of French Indo-China
|Statement||by Charles Robequain, translation by Isabel A. Ward. Supplement: Recent developments in Indo-China: 1939-1943, by John [i. e. James] R. Andrus and Katrine R. C. Greene. Issued under the auspices of the International secretariat, Institute of Pacific relations.|
|Contributions||Ward, Isabel A., tr., Andrus, James Russell, 1902-, Greene, Katrine R. C., Institute of Pacific Relations.|
|LC Classifications||HC442 .R613|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii p., 1 l., 400 p.|
|Number of Pages||400|
|LC Control Number||45000885|
Collections in the Economists' Papers ArchiveThe following economists' papers are currently held in the David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library and in the University Archives. Most of the names in the list are linked to either a detailed finding aid or an . The Nationalist Movement in Indo-China Vietnam gained formal independence in , before India, but it took another three decades of fighting before the Republic of Vietnam was formed. This chapter on Indo-China will introduce you to one of the important states of the peninsula, namely, Vietnam. Nationalism in Indo-China developed in a File Size: 1MB.
The paper argues that Thailand’s economic and social development from the late 19th century to the early 21st century presents a puzzle. For much of the period from to , the country’s economic growth was slow, and the economy remained agricultural, with little diversification into modern industry or services. It was the only Southeast Asian country to escape direct colonization Cited by: 3. Doumer's economic and social policies also determined, for the entire period of French rule, the development of French Indochina, as the colony became known in the 20th century. French Indochina was designated as a colonie d'exploitation (colony of economic interests) by the French government.
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Charles Robequain, Katrine R. Greene, J. Andrus," The Journal of Politics 7, no. 2 (May. The original edition of this valuable work appeared just on the eve of the war in The present translation contains a forty-page supplement reviewing developments during the years It is issued under the auspices of the Institute of Pacific Relations.
Full text of "The Economic Development French Indo-china" See other formats. Books shelved as indochina: Street Without Joy: The French Debacle in Indochina by Bernard B. Fall, Hell in a Very Small Place: The Siege of Dien Bien Ph.
Moreover, the book is a frame or structure in which more detailed information on the economic geography of Asia may find a proper setting. The Economic Geography of Asia is a contribution toward the understanding of the various countries of Asia, their economic-geographic regions, their major commodities, their industries and commerce.
Q Name the countries which forms the IndoChina. Ans. (i) Vietnam (ii) Laos (iii) Combodia. Q‘ Mention any two steps which were taken by the French to improve economic condition of Vietnam.
Ans. (i) The French began by building canals and draining lands in the Mekong. (ii)The vast system of irrigation was built. French Indochina was the collective name for the French colonial regions of Southeast Asia from colonization in to independence and the subsequent Vietnam Wars of the mids.
During the colonial era, French Indochina was made up of Cochin-China, Annam, Cambodia, Tonkin, Kwangchowan, and Laos. Today, the same region is divided into the Author: Kallie Szczepanski. o Book published by Sun Yat-sen before his death in 1. Principle of Minquan. Democracy – the people are sovereign.
Principle of Minzu. Nationalism – an end to foreign imperialism. Principle of Minsheng. Livelihood – economic development, industrialization, land reform, and social welfare – elements of progressivism. Knight, M. M., "The Economic Development of French Indo-China.
By Charles Robequain. Translation by Isabel A. Ward. With a Supplement, â€œRecent Developments in Indo-China: â€“,â€ by John R. Andrus and Katrin," The Journal of Economic History, Cambridge University Press, vol.
5(2), pagesNovember. Indochina, the countries of Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia formerly associated with France, first within its empire and later within the French Union.
French rule was ended in with the Geneva Accords. The term Indochina refers to the intermingling of Indian and Chinese influences in the culture of the region.
1.) First Missionaries in 16th, 17th Century Portuguese, French 2.)France – direct involvement in early 19th century 3.)Conquest of Cochin China, 4.)Tonkin and Annam Vol. 35, No. 4, Sep., Published by: American Economic Association.
World Economic Development: Effects on Advanced Industrial Countries by Eugene Staley (pp. ) The Economic Development of French Indo-China by Charles Robequain. French Indochina was designated as a colonie d'exploitation (colony of economic exploitation) by the French government.
Funding for the colonial government came by means of taxes on locals and the French government established a near monopoly on the trade of opium, salt and rice l: Saigon (–), Hanoi (–).
Forced labor, the author continues, is still - ie in the s - practised in all of Central Africa, French Algeria and Indo-China, British India, Dutch East Indies, Belgian Congo, British East Africa, Madagascar and French West Africa, Liberia, Portuguese West Africa, Dutch Java.
The author goes on to describe some of the actual consequences. Read the full-text online edition of The New Korea (). Sarawak, British North Borneo, and Hong Kong, American rule in the Philippines, Dutch rule in Java, and French rule in Indo-China.
Chapter XIII- Economic Development of Korea La colonisation de l’Indo-Chine: L’Expérience anglaise (The colonization of Indochina: the English experience) is an case study of the British colonial experience in Asia and its lessons for France in the administration of French Indochina (present-day Cambodia, Laos, and Vietnam).
The author, influential French essayist and colonial theorist Joseph Chailley-Bert (–), was a. The French designated this region Cochin China and administered it directly as a colony rather than through local rulers. After the war between France and the Qing Empire of China in France assumed control over Annam and Tonkin.
In these two were combined with Cambodia and Cochin China into a federation known as French Indo-China. Science and Starvation: An Introduction to Economic Development focuses on the relationship of the advancement of science and the proliferation of poverty.
The book first underscores the nature of poverty, development of the West and other countries, and some principles of development.The author spends one chapter dealing with the period pre-French conquest, and a second covering the period of French colonialism.
The rest of the book covers the Vietnam Wars fromwith a brief chapter after chronicling the country's history since the end of the war. This is a /5.Vol. 5, No. 2, Nov., The Economic Development of French Indo-China. by Charles Robequain, Isabel A. Ward, John R. Andrus, Iron and Steel in Britain, A Comparative Study of the Causes Which Limited the Economic Development of the British Iron and Steel Industry Between the Years