Management and Labor in Imperial Germany: Ruhr Industrialists as Employers, 1896-1914

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Appendix A
Ruhr Coal, Iron, and Steel Corporations
Employment figures are for 1912 or for the date closest to that year for which information is available.
Arenberg: Arenberg'sche AG für Bergbau und Hüttenbetrieb (est. 1856); 9,266 employees in 1912.
Bochumer Verein: Bochumer Verein für Bergbau und Gusstahlfabrikation (est. 1854; successor to Mayer & Kühne, est. 1842); 14,529 employees in 1912-1913.
Concordia: Concordia Bergbau AG (est. 1850); 5,458 employees in 1912.
Consolidation: Bergwerks-AG Consolidation (est. 1862; organized as Aktiengesellschaft in 1889); 6,701 employees in 1912.
Constantin der Grosse: Gewerkschaft Vereinigte Constantin der Grosse (est. 1849); 8,816 employees in 1912.
Deutsch-Luxemburg: Deutsch-Luxemburgische Bergwerks- und Hütten- AG (est. 1901; successor to AG für Eisenindustrie und Kohleindustrie Differdingen-Dannebaum, est. 1899); 49,427 employees in 1912-1913.
Deutscher Kaiser: Gewerkschaft Deutscher Kaiser (est. 1871); 25,714 employees in 1913.
Dortmunder Union: Union, AG für Bergbau, Eisen- und Stahlindustrie (est. 1872; merged with Deutsch-Luxemburg in 1910); 12,583 employees in 1909-1910.
Essener Steinkohlenbergwerke AG (est. 1906); 7,420 employees in 1912.
Ewald: Gewerkschaft des Steinkohlenbergwerks Ewald (est. 1871); 7,098 employees in 1912.
Gelsenkirchener Bergwerks-AG (est. 1873); 44,589 employees in 1909- 1910.
Graf Bismarck: Gewerkschaft Graf Bismarck (est. 1868); 6,870 employees in 1912.
Gutehoffnungshütte: Gutehoffhungshütte Aktienverein für Bergbau- und Hüttenbetrieb (est. 1872; successor to Jacobi, Haniel & Huyssen, est. 1810); 27,720 employees in 1912-1913.
Harpener Bergbau-AG (est. 1856); 28,879 employees in 1912.
Hibernia: Bergwerksgesellschaft Hibernia (est. 1873 through the fusion of the Gewerkschaft Hibernia, est. 1854, and the Gewerkschaft Shamrock, est. 1857); 18,438 employees in 1912.
Hoesch: Eisen- und Stahlwerk Hoesch (est. 1871); 11,166 employees in 1912-1913.
Hoerder Verein: Hoerder Bergwerksund Hüttenverein (est. 1852; successor to the Hermannshütte, est. 1841; merged with Phoenix in 1906); 7,963 employees in 1905-1906.

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Management and Labor in Imperial Germany: Ruhr Industrialists as Employers, 1896-1914
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • Introduction 1
  • 1 - Coal, Iron, and Steel 8
  • 2 - The Entrepreneurial Elite 24
  • 3 - Ruhr Workers 40
  • 4 - Industry and Government 52
  • 5 - Initial Challenges 63
  • 6 - Company Welfare Programs 71
  • 7 - The Terms of Labor 80
  • 8 - Conflict and Readjustment 98
  • 9 - Containment 114
  • 10 - Unsolved Problems 130
  • Conclusion and Comparisons 139
  • Appendix A Ruhr Coal, Iron, and Steel Corporations 149
  • Appendix B Members of the Ruhr Entrepreneurial Elite 151
  • Notes 157
  • Bibliography 189
  • Index 205
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