Some Relations Between Technical and Business Training

  • Callan J
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Abstract

The author discusses relations between U.S. business and technical fields. He notes how technical developments impacted the fields of mining, transportation, and manufacture. The advances in these industries came from the cooperation of both sectors according to the author. He discusses the evolution of technical schools in response to industrial changes. The author evaluates how marketing techniques have been impacted by technological advances. He discusses the inherent differences in the business and technical fields.

Author-supplied keywords

  • BUSINESS
  • EDITORIALS
  • EFFECT of technological innovations on
  • HISTORY
  • INDUSTRIAL arts
  • INDUSTRIAL relations
  • LABOR supply -- Effect of technological innovation
  • MARKETING
  • RESEARCH, Industrial
  • TECHNICAL institutes
  • TECHNOLOGICAL progress
  • TECHNOLOGY & civilization -- History
  • UNITED States

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  • John Gurney Callan

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