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=== More for the paper ===
 
=== More for the paper ===
 
* Consider assignees in NYC.  Are assignees usually connected to big cities, money, and manufacturing capability?
 
* Consider assignees in NYC.  Are assignees usually connected to big cities, money, and manufacturing capability?
* Show counts or proportions of patents with assignees over time. Presumably this is one of the things that goes up in  a period of commercialization
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* Patent filings classified by first-filing or not; see [[Chart experiments]]
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=== Basic charts and reports ===
 
=== Basic charts and reports ===

Latest revision as of 17:58, 25 September 2021

Patent data downloads

  • This grabs the first 5000 with all fields. [1]
  • This drops several columns not needed for the patent spike project - serial number, application number, application ID, INPADOC family ID, full-spec-filed-date, publication date, and cited by: [2]
  • And drop Original title: [3]

Patent literature to refer to

  • Katherine C. Epstein. Intellectual property and national security: the case of the hardcastle superheater, 1905–1927. Pages 126-156 | Published online: 16 Dec 2018 https://doi.org/10.1080/07341512.2018.1544106. Compressed abstract: This invention by a naval officer was valuable to British security and commercially. This article explores complex and changing relationships between technological development, intellectual property, and national security. The British state had an interest in acquiring control of the intellectual property to maintain Britain’s naval supremacy. That was not aligned with the interests of the inventors, especially fraught for inventors in government service. ("service inventors") The government's inventors played a crucial role in maintaining Britain’s naval-technological edge, were governed by special regulations. They used state resources for their inventive work.
  • Katherine C. Epstein's book on Torpedo -- ordered. The time period starts in the 1890s. Bart Hacker reviewed it favorably in Isis (Dec 2015).
  • Fabian Lorenz Schrey job market paper http://www.flschrey.com/jmp (printed at the office)

More for the paper

  • Consider assignees in NYC. Are assignees usually connected to big cities, money, and manufacturing capability?
  • Patent filings classified by first-filing or not; see Chart experiments

Basic charts and reports

Patent counts by year filed across all countries
All countries, patent counts by date granted
Britain by year filed
Year filed COUNT(*)
1969-12-31 2
1928 1
1919 1
1918 132
1917 42
1916 29
1915 117
1914 116
1913 224
1912 199
1911 250
1910 184
1909 379
1908 95
1907 20
1906 15
1905 5
1904 11
1903 6
1902 9
Britain by year granted
Year filed COUNT(*)
1889 1
1916 2
1917 1
1918 1
1918 7
1918 28
1918 124
128
155
120
1915 120
1914 124
1913 211
1912 218
1911 310
558
731
129
50
51
1904 19
1903 26
23
21
France
Year filed COUNT(*)
1969-12-31 2
1928 1
1919 1
1918 132
1917 42
1916 29
1915 117
1914 116
1913 224
1912 199
1911 250
1910 184
1909 379
1908 95
1907 20
1906 15
1905 5
1904 11
1903 6
1902 9
Deutsch
Year filed COUNT(*)
2019 1
1969-12-31 1
1919 1
1918 8
1917 7
1916 10
1915 2
1914 6
1913 7
1912 9
1911 11
1910 24
1909 47
1908 52
1907 29
1906 12
1905 6
1904 4
1903 3
1902 22
United States
Year filed COUNT(*)
1929 1
1927 1
1923 1
1921 1
1920 2
1919 4
1918 312
1917 281
1916 186
1915 129
1914 122
1913 201
1912 233
1911 352
1910 467
1909 305
1908 166
1907 95
1906 91
1905 56
1904 57
1903 51
1902 44
Publications in Britain by year published
Countries COUNT(*)
GB 1
GB 2
GB 3
US GB 1
GB 1
IT GB 1
GB 1
GB DE US 1
GB 3
US GB 1
GB 1
GB 2
GB 5
GB 1
GB 1
SE GB US 1
GB 1
GB US 2
GB 42
GB 29
GB 55
GB 72
GB 2
GB 2
GB 217
GB 1
GB 1
GB 251
GB 320
GB 3
GB 2
GB 1
GB 2
GB 1
GB 1
GB 1
GB 2
GB 3
GB 3
GB 1
GB 236
GB 108
GB 143
GB 37
GB 39
GB 44
GB 52
GB 1
GB 98