This book examines advanced scientific and technical education in seven European countries and the USA between the mid nineteenth century and the 1930s.It seeks to replace the notion of a simple education-industry interaction by a broader perspective where not only educational institutions and industrial employers, but also government, professional bodies and private patrons have made contributions.... for the various state corps of engineers, that the first systematic instruction in industrial electricity was offered from 1882. ... applied mechanics, and workshop practice that was essential if they were to be accepted as electrical engineers on aanbsp;...
|Title||:||Education, Technology and Industrial Performance in Europe, 1850-1939|
|Author||:||Robert Fox, Anna Guagnini|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 1993-07-15|