中国的“公司”源自何时

黎志刚 Lai, Chikong (2013) 中国的“公司”源自何时. Guanli xuejia, 23 51-55.

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Author 黎志刚 Lai, Chikong
Title 中国的“公司”源自何时
Translated title The translation of 'company' in late 19th century
Language of Title chi
eng
Journal name Guanli xuejia
Translated journal name China Management Magazine
Language of Journal Name chi
eng
ISSN 1674-1722
Publication date 2013-12
Sub-type Article (original research)
Open Access Status
Volume 23
Start page 51
End page 55
Total pages 5
Place of publication Beijing, China
Publisher Guoji Hangkong Zazhishe
Collection year 2014
Language eng
chi
Formatted abstract
在1中9世纪20年代,公司常常被国官员用来指称西方的商行。中国的商人也常常把这个词作为他们向国家寻求支持的讨论基础,比如说郑观应就是如此。那么,在中国“公司”一词究竟起源于何时?何处?它对中国商业与经济的发展又有着怎样的影响?在本文中,我将对现代中国引入西方商业知识的过程加以考察。

In the late 19th and early 20th century, “Kung-ssu (Business Corporation) often became a new official discourse on the development of Western style firm. From the mid-nineteenth century onwards a growing number of Chinese merchants became interested in the development of modern company. It was recognized that, in order to successfully compete with Western firms, it would be necessary to promote the development of a Chinese type of joint-stock company as a vehicle to react this goal. Perhaps the best known pioneer of this new approach to Modern Corporation was Cheng Kuan-ying. In China, where did Chinese “company” come from? Where and when did this concept begin to use? What impact of the development of Modern Corporation on commercial and economic development in China? I will discuss the circulation of this modern western concept in this paper...

...“To many Chinese intellectuals, the concept of kung-ssu was designed to accept capital from private shares and which did not change the structure of the corporation……Nonetheless the concept of kung-ssu was designed to accept capital from private investors and which was to be managed on a basis wider than that of a family firm for capital formation. The above version of joint-stock company was also assumed by many potential investors. They believed that the joint-stock form of organization was very different from the patterns of capital formation from family. Nonetheless they argued that incorporation and modern financial support would enable further economic growth.

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