Jürgen Kocka

Kocka, pictured in 2011 Jürgen Kocka (born 19 April 1941 in Haindorf, Sudetenland) is a German historian.

A university professor and former president of the Social Science Research Center Berlin (2001–2007), Kocka is a major figure in the new Social History, especially as represented by the Bielefeld School. He has focused his research on the history of employees in large German and American businesses, and on the history of European bourgeoisie.

Inspired by the methods of Ernest Labrousse, he attempts to analyze social processes of German society from the perspective of modernisation, industrialization, and the creation of modern Europe. Provided by Wikipedia
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    by Kocka, Jürgen
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    by Kocka, Jürgen
    Published 1984
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    Published 2013
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    Published 2004
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