Erich Gutenberg

Erich Gutenberg (13 December 1897 in Herford – 22 May 1984 in Cologne) was an influential German economist.

He is considered the founder of modern German business studies after World War II. Gutenberg used microeconomy to explain the functioning of the enterprise. Therefore, he also developed a new production function. With a system of inputs and outputs under management control he explained how a firm could be efficient.

He received his Ph.D. from the University of Halle in 1921 and subsequently taught as a professor at the Friedrich Schiller University of Jena, the Johann Wolfgang Goethe University of Frankfurt am Main, and the University of Cologne. Provided by Wikipedia

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Published 1961
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Published 1968
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Published 1956
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Published 1963
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Published 1951
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Published 1965
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Published 1998
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Published 1955
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Published 1980
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Published 1971
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by Gutenberg, Erich
Published 1984
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by Gutenberg, Erich
Published 1970
Springer Berlin Heidelberg

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Published 1967
Springer Berlin Heidelberg

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by Gutenberg, Erich
Published 1958
Gabler Verlag

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by Gutenberg, Erich
Published 1970
Springer Berlin Heidelberg