Jürgen Kocka. Industrial Culture and Bourgeois Society.

Biblioteca / 1990-1999

Jürgen Kocka. Industrial Culture and Bourgeois Society. Business, Labor, and Bureaucracy in Modern Germany.

Nueva York: Berghahn Books, 1999.

350 páginas.

Jürgen Kocka (1941)


Introduction: The Quest for an Integrative History of Industrial Society / Volker R. Berghahn

1 – From Manufactory to Factory: Technology and Workplace Relations at Siemens, 1847-1873

2 – Family and Bureaucracy in German Industrial Management, 1850-1914: Siemens in Comparative Perspective

3 – Managerial Blockade: Siemens and the Preventable Rise of AEG

4 – Entrepreneurship in a Latecomer Country: The German Case

5 – The Entrepreneur, the Family, and Capitalism: Examples from the Early Phase of German Industrialization

6 – Salaried Entrepreneurs in German Industry at the Turn of the Twentieth Century

7 – Big Business and the Rise of Managerial Capitalism: Germany in International Comparison

8 – New Energies in the Nineteenth Century: Toward a Social History of the Electricity Business

9 – Middle Class and Authoritarian State: Toward a History of the German “Bürgertum” in the Nineteenth Century

10 – Social Mobility and the Formation of the Working Class

11 – The Middle Classes in Europe

12 – The First World War and the “Mittelstand”: German Artisans and White-Collar Workers

13 – The Difficult Rise of a Civil Society: Modern Germany 1800-1990

Selected Bibliography

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