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Zoekopdracht: faculteit: "FGw" en publicatiejaar: "2012"

AuteurP. Brandon
TitelAn early modern factory between state and market: labor and management at the Amsterdam naval shipyard (1660-1795)
Boek/bron titelERIM research seminars. Business History Seminar
Auteurs/EditorsA. de Jong, B. Wubs
UitgeverErasmus Research Institute of Management, Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam
FaculteitFaculteit der Geesteswetenschappen
Instituut/afd.FGw: Instituut voor Cultuur en Geschiedenis (ICG)
SamenvattingNaval shipyards were among the largest production facilities of the pre-industrial world. The Venetian Arsenal and the British Royal Dockyards therefore play a prominent role in the historiography of early modern labor relations. However, labor relations at the Dutch naval shipyards remain understudied. The research of the Amsterdam naval storehouse and shipyard presented in this paper shows that in many respects, systems of administration, management methods, and shop-floor hierarchies were more ‘modern’ in the Dutch Republic than in its European counterparts, and more developed in these state facilities than in most other enterprises. The Dutch naval shipyards thus provide important keys to an understanding of the role of the state in the evolution of ‘capitalist’ systems of production. Furthermore, contrary to established views on Dutch naval management, substantial restructuring of labor relations continued during the ‘quiet years’ of the eighteenth century, changing our perspective on the evolution of manufacture after the seventeenth-century ‘Golden Age’.
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