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The patent system and inventive activity during the Industrial Revolution, 1750-1852

by H. I. Dutton

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Published by Manchester University Press in Manchester [Greater Manchester], Dover, N.H .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Great Britain
    • Subjects:
    • Patents -- Great Britain -- History.,
    • Inventions -- Great Britain -- History.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesIndustrial Revolution.
      StatementH.I. Dutton.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsT257.P2 D87 1984
      The Physical Object
      Pagination232 p. ;
      Number of Pages232
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3176382M
      ISBN 100719009979
      LC Control Number83018803

      Although a fairly well articulated patent system had emerged as early as the s in Venice and had spread through much of Europe and the New World by the end of the eighteenth century, the system came under strong attack in the next century, especially during the period – Criticism of the patent system reflected dislike of mo-.   Helen Gubby's book also seeks to differentiate itself from the other main text on the English patent system, Harold Dutton's The Patent System and Inventive Activity During the Industrial Revolution – (Manchester UP , sadly never apparently reprinted), which it nevertheless frequently cites and which it characterizes as having Author: Trevor Cook.

      Christine MacLeod, Inventing the Industrial Revolution: The English Patent System Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. $ This book examines the patent system in England during its development in the 17th and 18th centuries. It will be of particular interest for historians specializing in. 6. H. I. DUTTON, THE PATENT SYSTEM AND INVENTIVE ACTIVITY DURING THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION, 18 (). 7. Id. (quoting The Patent Laws, 26 WESTMINSTER REVIEW ()). In reading this statement, one cannot help but think of Jeremy Bentham's renowned claim that "natural rights are nonsense on stilts." (emphasis added).Cited by:

      3 The British case, with a natural focus on the Industrial Revolution has in particular been studied by H.I. Dutton, The Patent System and Inventive Activity during the Industrial Revolution , Manchester and C. MacLeod, Inventing the Industrial Revolution. The English Patent System, , Cambridge See. 8 Harold Dutton, The Patent System and Inventive Activity during the Industrial Revolution, (Manchester, ), 9 Dutton, Patent System, 10 For a general discussion of “appropriability strategies” for innovations in different business contexts, including weak.


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The Patent System and Inventive Activity During the Industrial Revolution [Dutton, Harry I.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Patent System and Inventive Activity During the Industrial Revolution Cited by: Add tags for "The patent system and inventive activity during the Industrial Revolution, ".

Be the first. The Patent System and Inventive Activity During the Industrial Revolution, H. Dutton; Harold Irvin Dutton Published by Manchester University Press MUP, Manchester, UK (). The British Patent System during the Industrial Revolution – presents a fundamental reassessment of the contribution of patenting to British industrialisation during the eighteenth and nineteenth by: 5.

The Patent System and Inventive Activity during the Industrial Revolution, – By H. Dutton. (Dover, N. H.: Manchester University Press, vii Author: Jeremy Atack.

The patent system and inventive activity during the Industrial Revolution:(Manchester, ), and MacLeod, C., Inventing the Industrial Revolution, (Cambridge, ). On the patent series see Sullivan, R, J., ‘England’s “Age of Invention”: The acceleration of patents The patent system and inventive activity during the Industrial Revolution patentable invention during the Industrial Revolution File Size: KB.

8 Harold Dutton, The Patent System and Inventive Activity during the Industrial Revo-lution, – (Manchester, ), – 9 Dutton, Patent System, – See also Sean Bottomley, “The British Patent System during the Industrial Revolution, –,” PhD diss., University of Cambridge,– This paper examines the working of the patent system in the Dutch Republic during the period when the incidence of patenting reached its peak, between around and  , The Patent System and Inventive Activity during the Industrial Revolution, – (Manchester, ).

Edwards, Michael M., The Growth of the British Cotton Trade, – (Manchester, ).Cited by: The Patent System and Inventive Activity during the Industrial Revolution, patent 6.

Invention outside the patent system 7. imply that inventive activity was positively related Author: Zorina Khan. Sean Bottomley builds on and contests a historiography that chiefly dates from the s: Harry Dutton’s The Patent System and Inventive Activity During the Industrial Revolution, (Manchester, ) and this reviewer’s Inventing the Industrial Revolution: The English Patent System, (Cambridge, ).

By radically expanding the evidential base, The British Patent System during the Industrial Revolution establishes that the availability of enforceable patent rights helped to encourage the development and diffusion of technology during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.5/5(1).

2These are discussed in H. Dutton, The Patent System and Inventive Activity during the Industrial Revolution, (Manchester, ), pp.

; Edith T Penrose, The. by the Society for the History of Technology. This book examines the development of the English patent system and its relationship with technical change during the period between andwhen the patent system evolved from an instrument of royal patronage into one of commercial competition among the inventors and manufacturers of the Industrial Revolution.

It analyses the legal and political framework within which Reviews: 1. The patent system and inventive activity during the Industrial Revolution, / H.I.

Dutton. T P2 D87 Inventing the Industrial Revolution: the English patent system, / Christine MacLeod. The first half of the thesis reaches a favourable assessment of the institutional efficacy of the patent system.

This makes it plausible to argue that the patent system actively encouraged inventive activity during the industrial revolution. This possibility is explored in the last three by: 4.

Patents and the first industrial revolution in the United States, France and Britain, Abstract This paper surveys the recent historiography of three national patent systems during the period of the first industrial revolution – the United States, France and, in particular detail, Britain.

The purpose of the paper is two-fold. The patent system and inventive activity during the Industrial Revolution, By H.I. Dutton. Abstract. SIGLEAvailable from British Library Document Supply Centre-DSC:DX / BLDSC - British Library Document Supply CentreGBUnited KingdoAuthor: H.I. Dutton. Dutton, H.

The patent system and inventive activity during the Industrial Revolution, –Manchester: Manchester University Press. This book examines the development of the English patent system and its relationship with technical change during the period between andwhen the patent system evolved from an instrument of royal patronage into one of commercial competition among the inventors and manufacturers of the Industrial Revolution/5(4).

Abstract. This paper argues that what Robert Allen has termed collective invention settings (that is, settings in which competing firms share technological knowledge) were a crucial source of innovation during the early phases of industrialisation.

Until now this has been very little considered in the literature, which has focused on the patent system as the main institutional arrangement Cited by: Downloadable! This paper surveys the recent historiography of three national patent systems during the period of the first industrial revolution – the United States, France and, in particular detail, Britain.

The purpose of the paper is two-fold. First, to show in a comparative framework how the institutional parameters of a patent system influence inventive activity.Dutton, H. The patent system and inventive activity during the Industrial Revolution, –Manchester: Manchester University Press.