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100 1  Vigezzi, Michel.|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/
       n96002239 
245 10 World Industrialization :|bShared Inventions, Competitive 
       Innovations, and Social Dynamics /|cMichel Vigezzi. 
264  1 Newark :|bJohn Wiley & Sons, Incorporated,|c2020. 
300    1 online resource (205 pages). 
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490 1  Smart innovation set ;|vv. 24 
500    Description based upon print version of record. 
500    3.4.1. The first steam engine and its first patent 
505 0  Cover; Half-Title Page; Title Page; Copyright Page; 
       Contents; Acknowledgments; Introduction; PART 1: 
       Industrialization and its Conceptualizations; Introduction
       to Part 1; 1. The Notion of Industrialization and Other 
       Related Notions; 1.1. The notion of industrialization; 
       1.1.1. The birth of the notion of industrialization; 
       1.1.2. Industrialization according to economists; 1.1.3. 
       Industrialization according to management sciences; 1.1.4.
       Sociologies of technology and knowledge; 1.1.5. 
       Industrialization according to technological historians; 
       1.1.6. The objectives of histories of technology 
505 8  1.1.7. The different histories of technology1.1.8. The 
       synthesis of these contributions: continuity or 
       discontinuity?; 1.2. The links between industrialization, 
       technological revolutions and machinism; 1.2.1. 
       Industrialization and industrial revolutions; 1.2.2. 
       Industrialization and the various revolutions; 1.2.3. 
       Industrialization and machinism; 2. Social Dynamics, 
       Shared Inventions and Competitive Innovations; 2.1. Social
       dynamics; 2.1.1. The glorification of arts and crafts: 
       from guilds to the arts and crafts communities; 2.1.2. The
       defense and glory of nations 
505 8  2.1.3. The links between technology, social relations and 
       people at work2.2. Evolution of the notions of 
       technological change, invention and innovation; 2.2.1. 
       Technological changes and the temptation of symbols and 
       representations; 2.2.2. The ambiguities of the notion of 
       invention; 2.2.3. The enigmas of innovation; 2.2.4. The 
       end of the technological change/invention/innovation 
       triangle?; 2.3. Shared inventions; 2.3.1. From the sharing
       of inventions to shared inventions; 2.3.2. The first 
       definitions of shared inventions; 2.3.3. A definition of 
       shared inventions 
505 8  2.3.4. The trajectories of shared inventions2.4. 
       Competitive innovations; 2.4.1. The first definitions of 
       competitive innovations; 2.4.2. The competition principles
       adopted; 2.4.3. The trajectories of competitive 
       innovations; PART 2: Historical Periods, Social Dynamics, 
       Shared Inventions and Competitive Innovations; 
       Introduction to Part 2; 3. 1698-1760 or the Emergence of 
       Machinism; 3.1. The situation in 1698; 3.1.1. Major 
       changes in social relations, religions and manufactories; 
       3.1.2. Manufactories and the organization of work in 
       France and England 
505 8  3.1.3. New models of manufactory organization3.1.4. 
       Performance of manufactories versus development of 
       nations; 3.1.5. Statement of account; 3.2. 1698-1760: 
       industrialization and major changes; 3.2.1. Conflicts 
       between religions and the economy; 3.2.2. Conflicts 
       between nations; 3.2.3. The willingness of governments to 
       enact change in public affairs; 3.3. The precursors and 
       inventions of steam engines; 3.3.1. The era of the 
       Enlightenment and other imaginative inventors; 3.3.2. The 
       appearance of the true inventors; 3.4. Steam engines and 
       shared inventions 
650  0 Industrialization.|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/subjects
       /sh85065956 
776 08 |iPrint version:|aVigezzi, Michel|tWorld Industrialization
       : Shared Inventions, Competitive Innovations, and Social 
       Dynamics|dNewark : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated,c2020
       |z9781786303967 
830  0 Innovation, entrepreneurship, management series.|pSmart 
       innovation set ;|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/
       no2017151675|vv. 24. 
990    John Wiley and Sons|bWiley Frontlist All Obook 2014 to 
       present|c2020-01-18|yNew collection wiley.front2014|5OH1 
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