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《Collected Papers of Historical Science》 2004-01
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The Combination of Folk Capital and the Managing Form of Stock Company in Suzhou-Shanghai Area in the Late Qing Dynasty

LIU Miao (School of the Humanities,Suzhou University,Suzou,Jiangsu,215006,China)  
Late Qing dynasty is a period of historical importance, witnessing the re combination of Chinese folk capital. During this period , all kinds of handicraft industries which centered in towns increased their demands for capital, whereas the businessmen who owned capital lacked channel of investment .Therefore, in the relatively rich area, such as Suzhou and Shanghai,the folk capital began to combine into stock company by means of raising capital by floating shares and subscribing for shares. New systems of the management of money paid for shares, distribution of bonus and organization formed after stock companies had been established. Meanwhile, with the establishing of stock company, the mode of traditional management in production and sell began to change.
【CateGory Index】: K252
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