Person

Dipl.-Wirtl.

Robert Peters

Robert Peters
Lehr- und Forschungsgebiet Wirtschafts-, Sozial- und Technologiegeschichte

Address

Room: B 318

Kackertstraße 7

52072 Aachen

Contact

workPhone
Phone: +49 241 80 96658

Office Hours

by arrangement
 

Profile

Robert Peters studied economic science, linguistics and literature science at RWTH Aachen University. He received the “Springorum Commemorative Medal” from the school of business and economics for his diploma.

From 2009 to 2015 Robert Peters worked as press assistant at the university sports department. Furthermore, he worked as external instructor for a regional energy provider in october 2014 and since may 2015 he is working as a freelance moderator.

Since september 2015 Robert Peters has been working for the institute as research associate. He is a mentor of a project for regional economic implications of industry 4.0, funded by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG).

 

Projects

Dissertation Project

Development analysis of the regional needle industry: Reciprocity of actors-structure-relations in process of transformation.

DFG Project

Regional economic implications of industry 4.0 in relational perspective: Innovation, evolution, organisation and interaction; examined at the example of the german textile industry.

 

Publications and Presentations

Publications

  • Peters, Robert; Lange Horst, Made in Aachen inspiriert Europas Höfe – Eine Mustermappe der Aachener Nadelfabrik Schervier-Migeon, in: AKV Sammlung Crous (Hg.), die Geschichte Aachens in 55 Objekten, Aachen 2017, p. 124-127.
  • Thomes, Paul; Peters, Robert; Dewes, Tobias, Wirtschaft. Wissen. Schaffen. 30 Jahre Fakultät für Wirtschaftswissenschaften 1986-2016, Aachen, 2016.

Presentations

  • [together with Paul Thomes] Aus Erfahrung gut? Modellierungen zwischen Vergangenheit und Zukunft (Presentation as part of a workshop of the DFG priority program "Experience & Expectation", 09.-10. November 2017, Berlin)
  • Labour Market Regulation and its Commercial and Economic Impact: Precursors of the Current Anti-Globalisation Movement in the 17th and 18th Centuries (Conference Paper, European Business History Association's 21st annual congress, 24.-26. August., Vienna)
  • Von mutigen Innovatoren und Religionsflüchtlingen: Die Abwanderung Aachener Messingunternehmer und der vermeintliche Einfluss der Gegenreformation (Presentation at the Centre Charlemagne Aachen, 18. August 2017)
  • Wenn Historiographie auf Wirklichkeit trifft: Reformation und Wirtschaft am Beispiel von Nadel und Messingindustrie (Presentation, Bischöflichen Akademie Aachen, 21.04.-22.04.2017)
  • Cornelius Chorus: Innovator of Sourcing Strategies and Offshoring. A Modern Capitalist Entrepreneur in the 17th Century? (52nd BHSJ Conference, 8. bis 9. Oktober 2016, Tokyo)

 

Courses

Summer Semester 2016

  • Bachelor seminar: Let's talk about Money: Euro and the History of the European Monetary Integration