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《Journal of Yunnan Normal University(Philosophy and Social Sciences Edition)》 2005-01
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The development of the large and medium sized enterprises in China's rear areas during anti-Japanese War

ZHANG Shou guang (School of Historical Culture and Tourism, Southwest China Normal University, Chongqing, 400715, China)  
During anti Japanese War in China's rear areas, a group of large and medium sized enterprises appeared owing to moving factories into the inland, expanding and combining the original enterprises, and running new ones to meet the need of the protraction of the war. These enterprises were pillar industries in the rear areas. In their industrial structure heavy and key industry occupied a large part, in their capital structure state owned and public capital took the upper hand. Compared with their counterparts in the coastal areas before anti Japanese War their productive scale and capacity were limited, but the role they played was important.
【Fund】: 2003年国家社会科学基金项目《抗战时期后方企业与企业家群体研究》(立项批准号 03BZS026);; 西南师范大学青年基金项目《抗战时期后方企业家群体研究》的研究成果。
【CateGory Index】: F279.29
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