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Conclusion: Cultures of Invention and Knowledge Management in the Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries

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This chapter contains sections titled: 8.1 Cultures of Contestation: Litigation and the (Un)Making of the Electrical Inventor, 8.2 Tribunals of Contestation in the Public Culture of Invention, 8.3 Economies of Credit vs. Political Economy, 8.4 Patent Regimes and Inventor Identity in Transition, 8.5 Coda: Reassessing the History of “Intellectual Property”