Academic reference points

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  • Brockett, Paul. 1910. Bibliography of Aeronautics. Smithsonian Institution. -- About aero publications
  • Brockett, Paul. 1921. Bibliography of Aeronautics, 1909-1916. Smithsonian Institution.
  • Meyer, Peter B. 2013. The airplane as an open-source invention. Revue économique 64:1 (Jan, 2013), 115-132.
  • Monath, Nicholas; Andrew McCallum with Michael Wick, Jack Sullivan and Ari Kobren. Discriminative Hierarchical Coreference for Inventor Disambiguation. Presentation to PatentsView workshop, USPTO, 24 Sept 2015. http://www.patentsview.org/data/presentations/UMassInventorDisambiguation.pdf
  • Petralia, Sergio; Pierre-Alexandre Balland; David L. Rigby. 2016. Unveiling the geography of historical patents in the United States from 1836 to 1975. Nature, 30 August 2016. http://www.nature.com/articles/sdata201674
  • New paper on representations of aviation as a sport: http://revues.univ-tlse2.fr/pum/nacelles/index.php?id=145
  • Joel Waldfogel, per LeoS: he may have framework that would fit aero; importance of diverse constricutions ; tech change in music related to formats and the payoff of concerts ; communities of people working together ; licensing payoffs and concert fees ; sales from music rentals ; LeoS could not find the key paper he remembers from ReStat ; Waldfogel & Benner have a book called Digital Renaissance coming out ; see Waldfogel's work in AER May 2012 papers and proceedings ; also on Waldfogel's CV linked from up there see #39, #44, and #56 the deadweight loss of Christmas (20% devaluation of gifts relative to their cost)
  • Ben Jones, on creative and productive periods of life
  • David Galenson, on individual productivity in art and music
  • Allen, Robert C. (1983) Collective invention. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 4: 1-24.
  • James Bessen & Eric Maskin, 2009. Sequential Innovation, Patents, and Imitation. RAND Journal of Economics vol. 40(4), 611-635.
  • Brewer, Griffith, and Patrick Y. Alexander. 1893. Aëronautics. London. Reprinted in 1965 by Boekhandel en Antiquariaat, B. M. Israel N.V. Amsterdam.
  • Chadeau, Emmanuel. 1987. De Blériot À Dassault: Histoire de l'industrie aéronautique en France, 1900-1950. Fayard.
  • Chanute, Octave. 1894/1997. Progress in Flying Machines.
  • Crouch, Tom D. 1989. A Dream of Wings: Americans and the airplane, 1875-1905, second edition. Norton.
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  • Gibbs-Smith, Charles. 1962. Sir George Cayley’s Aeronautics, 1796-1855. London: Her Majesty’s Stationery Office.
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  • Gibbs-Smith, Charles. The Rebirth of European Aviation.
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  • Head, James. 2008. Warped Wings. Mustang, Oklahoma, USA: Tate Publishing.
  • Inkster, Ian. 1991. Science and Technology in History.
  • Jakab, 1990. Visions of a Flying Machine.
  • Jakab, Peter L., and Rick Young. 2000. The Published Writings of Wilbur and Orville Wright. Smithsonian books.
  • Klepper, Steven, 2009. The original and growth of industry clusters: The making of Silicon Valley and Detroit, Journal of Urban Economics September 2009.
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  • Langley, Samuel Pierpont. 1902. Experiments in Aerodynamics, second edition. Smithsonian Institution
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  • Marck, Bernard. 2009. Passionnés de l'air: Petite histoire de l'aviation légère. Paris: Arthaud.
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  • Meyer, Peter B. 2007. Network of tinkerers: a model of open-source innovation. U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics working paper 413. http://www.bls.gov/ore/pdf/ec070120.pdf
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  • von Hippel, Eric. 2006. Democratizing innovation. MIT Press.
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