Industrialization Without National Patents
The Netherlands, 1869-1912; Switzerland, 1850-1907
Eric Schiff


Eric Schiff analyzes two countries, widely known for their sophisticated industrial development, that are unique in having had no national patent protection for appreciable periods in their recent history.

Originally published in 1971.

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