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La Monnaie et la Banque, un transfert technologique et culturel au Japon au xixe siècle

Abstract : When it opened to the western world (during the " Meiji Restoration "), Japan drew its inspiration from foreign models in order to move from a quasi-feudal system to the organization of a modern state. This opening, prepared by study missions to Europe and the United States, completely transformed the country. In the monetary field, the creation of a new system and of a stock of money, paving the way for tax and banking changes, was only possible through the acquisition of a complete mint (that of Honk Kong) and a large transfer of technological know-how, which enabled Japan to become a great monetary power
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Georges Depeyrot, Marina Kovalchuk. La Monnaie et la Banque, un transfert technologique et culturel au Japon au xixe siècle. Revue Sciences/Lettres, Éditions Rue d'Ulm, 2013, 1, pp.[En ligne]. ⟨halshs-00924353⟩

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