Werner Von Siemens: Inventor and International Entrepreneur

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Ohio State University Press, 1994 - 203 sivua
Werner von Siemens (1816-92) is best known in the English-speaking world as an inventor and pioneering electrical engineer. While previous studies have concentrated on his work as a scientist and technician, this biography, the first in a three-volume history of the Siemens corporation, focuses on his life as a businessman. Siemens was not only a successful inventor but also an entrepreneur with a broad and international business vision. Siemens first achieved success in telegraphy. His firm, Siemens & Halske, built Germany's first important telegraph line and went on to build lines elsewhere in Europe and Asia. Siemens then turned his hand to electric technology. He was instrumental in creating the conditions for the advancement of electrical technology from the experimental stage into the modern electrical industry
 

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Introduction
1
The German Economy in the Second Half of
15
Werner von Siemenss Early Years
28
The Founding of the Enterprise and the First Period
45
The Enterprises of the Siemens Brothers to 1889
84
Werner von Siemenss Conception of Himself
132
Notes
175
Bibliography
199
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Feldenkirchen is a professor of business history at Friedrich Alexander Universitat, Erlangen-Nurnberg, Germany, and the recipient of the 1988 Harvard School of Business's Newcomer Prize.

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