17 Rutgers Computer & Tech. L.J. 261 (1991)
Patents, Science and Innovation: Historical Linkages and Implications for Global Technological Competitiveness

handle is hein.journals/rutcomt17 and id is 267 raw text is: PATENTS, SCIENCE AND INNOVATION:
HISTORICAL LINKAGES AND IMPLICATIONS
FOR GLOBAL TECHNOLOGICAL
COMPETITIVENESS
DAVID SILVERSTEIN*
TABLE OF CONTENTS
I.  Introduction  ....................................  262
II. Patents, Science and Economic Growth Theories . 264
A. The Role of Patents in Schumpeterian
Growth  M odels  ............................  264
B. Law, Social Change and the Patent System .. 266
C. Science, Patents and the Rise of Capitalism.. 270
III. Cultural Origins of Modern Science .............. 273
A. Political and Religious Challenges to Early
Science ............................... 273
B. The Importance of Empiricism ............. 276
IV. Patents and Science: A Shot-Gun Marriage ...... 280
A. The Patent Linkage Between Scientists and
M erchants ..................................  281
B. Evidence in Support of the Patent-Science
Linkage  ....................................  286
C. Patents and Science in Other Countries ...... 289
V. The Divergence of Basic and Applied Science .... 292
A. The Scientific Reward System ............... 293
B. Impact of Market Forces .................... 296
C. Movement to Extend Patent Protection to
Basic  Science  ...............................  298
VI. Decline and Revival of the American Patent
System   ..........................................  302
Copyright  1990, David Silverstein
* J.D., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Business Law, Suffolk University.
Of counsel, Gaston & Snow, Boston, MA. B.S. 1968, Cornell University; J.D.
with Specialization in International Legal Studies 1973, Cornell Law School;
M.A.L.D. (Law & Diplomacy) 1978; Ph.D. 1987, The Fletcher School of Law
& Diplomacy, Tufts University.

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