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Die Industrielle Revolution

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markus grass

on 5 March 2017

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Transcript of Die Industrielle Revolution

Was ist Kapitalismus?
"From this filthy sewer pure gold flows"
filthy sewer = Industrie
pure gold = Profite

Produktion von Waren mit dem Ziel, sie auf dem Markt zu verkaufen und damit Profit zu machen = Wert des investierten Kapitals zu vergrößern

Die menschliche Arbeitskraft wird ebenfalls zu einer Ware -> Unterschied zu Sklaverei und Feudalismus!
Is the Industrial Revolution still going on?
The Industrial Revolution was not an episode with a beginning and an end. To ask when it was "complete" is senseless , for its essence was that henceforth revolutionary change became the norm. It is still going on [...]
Relativer Anteil der Landwirtschaft am Gesamtkapital
Die Eisenbahn - eine Transportrevolution
Funktion der Landwirtschaft für die Industrialisirung
Agriculture's fundamental functions in an era of industrialization:

- to increase production and productivity, so as
to feed a rapidly rising non-agricultural population

- to provide a large and rising surplus of potential recruits for the industries

Die Industrielle Revolution
Stahlproduktion weltweit
1850: 3 Tonnen/Jahr

2012: 1.545 Tonnen/Jahr
Reisedauer Wien - Graz:
1830: 29 Stunden
1860: 10 Stunden
Heute: 2,5 Stunden
The cotton industry offered exceptional rewards for the manufacturer who could expand his output quickly

WHY? Because markets expanded constantly without apparent limit

After the 1790s: slave plantations of the Southern U.S. were extended and maintained by the insatiable and rocketing demands of the British cotton mills
The cotton industry
Anteil der Beschäftigten nach Wirtschaftssektoren
Rückgang von rund 60% des gesamten Kapitals (1700) auf wenige Prozentpunkte
CCWH #32 - Industrial Revolution
CCWH #33 - Capitalism
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