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Journal article

Inkster, I, 2011. Anthropologies of enthusiasm: Charlotte Salwey, Shinji Ishii, and Japanese colonialism in Formosa circa 1913-1917. Taiwan Journal of Anthropology, 9 (1), pp. 1-32.

Inkster, I, 2010. Education, attitudes and the armed forces: a cultural-technological and comparative historical analysis. Languages, Literary Studies and International Studies: an International Journal, 7, pp. 23-44.

Inkster, I, 2010. Oriental enlightenment: the problematic military experiences and cultural claims of Count Maurice Auguste comte de Benyowsky in Formosa during 1771. Taiwan Historical Research, 17 (1), pp. 27-70.

Inkster, I, 2009. Technology and culture during the first climacteric. International History Review (2), pp. 356-364. ISSN 0707-5332

Inkster, I, 2009. The West had science and the rest had not? Queries of the mindful hand. History of Technology, 29, pp. 205-211.

Inkster, I, 2008. Policies, patents and reliable knowledge – an institutional approach to the climacteric, 1850-1914. Economies et Sociétés [Histoire Economique Quantitative], 38 (1), pp. 461-482.

Inkster, I, 2007. Technology in World history: cultures of constraint and innovation, emulation and technology transfers. Comparative Technology Transfer and Society, 5 (2), pp. 108-127.

Inkster, I, 2006. Potentially global: 'useful and reliable knowledge' and material progress in Europe circa, 1474-1914. International History Review, 18 (2), pp. 237-286. ISSN 0707-5332

Inkster, I, 2004. Engineers as patentees and the cultures of invention 1830-1914 and beyond: the evidence from the Patent Data. Quaderns d'Historia de l'Engyneria, pp. 25-50.

Inkster, I, 2004. Finding artisans: British and international patterns of technological innovation 1790-1914. Cahiers d'Histoire et de Philosophie des Sciences, 52, pp. 69-92.

Inkster, I, 2004. The resources of decisive technological change: reflections on the steam engine from Watt to Stephenson. History of Technology, 25, pp. 199-202.

Inkster, I, 2003. Patents as indicators of technological change and innovation: an historical analysis of the Patent Data, 1830-1914. Transactions of the Newcomen Society, 73 (2), pp. 179-208.

Inkster, I, 2002. Politicising the Gershenkron Schema: technology transfer, late development and the state in historical perspective. Journal of European Economic History, 31 (1), pp. 45-87.

Inkster, I, 2002. An imperfection of institutions. History of Technology, 24.

Inkster, I, 2000. Capitale umano e transferimento di tecnologia. Il caso giapponese in una prospettiva di lugo periodo. Annali di Storia dell'impresa, pp. 379-400.

Inkster, I, 2000. Pursuing big books: technological change in global history. History of Technology, 22, pp. 233-254.

Inkster, I, 2000. The trouble with technology: comments on the experience of Singapore under Entrepot capitalism. Journal of the Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society (1), pp. 107-115.

Inkster, I, 1999. Technology transfer in the great climacteric. Machinofacture and international patenting in world development, circa 1850-1914. History of Technology, 21, pp. 87-106.

Inkster, I, 1998. Accidents and barriers. Technology between Europe, China and Japan for 500 years. Asian Journal of International Studies, 1, pp. 1-37.

Inkster, I, 1998. Lessons of the past? Technology transfer and Russian industrialisation in comparative perspective. Science Technology and Society, 3 (2), pp. 307-333.

Inkster, I, 1998. Motivation and achievement: technological change and creative response in comparative industrial history. Journal of European Economic History, 27, pp. 29-66.

Inkster, I, 1997. Global ambitions; science and technology in international historical perspective, 1450-1800. Annals of Science, 54, pp. 611-622.

Inkster, I, 1996. Discoveries, inventions and industrial revolutions: on the varying contributions of technologies and institutions from an international historical perspective. History of Technology, 18, pp. 39-58.

Inkster, I, 1993. Antitheses on peculiarity - or, a dialogue on labour organisation and the Japanese economy, circa 1960-1980. East Asia, International Review of Economic, Political and Social Development, 6, pp. 111-119.

Inkster, I, 1993. Education, human capital and technical change in Japan - a skeptical evaluation. East Asia, International Review of Economic, Political and Social Development, 6, pp. 99-110.

Inkster, I, 1992. Japan: taking over and staying ahead. Futures.

Inkster, I, 1992. Relative backwardness and revolution. A note on Marx, history and the transition to socialism. Journal of Contemporary Asia, 22, pp. 146-151.

Inkster, I, 1991. Made in America but lost to Japan: science, technology and economic performance in the two capitalist superpowers. Social Studies of Science, 21, pp. 157-178.

Inkster, I, 1991. Science, technology and economic development: Japanese historical experience in context. Annals of Science, 48, pp. 545-563.

Inkster, I, 1991. Techno Japan: technology, economic change and the social system in contemporary Japan. Journal of Contemporary Asia, 20, pp. 174-179.

Inkster, I, 1990. Catching up and hanging on: the formation of science in modern Japan. Annals of Science, 47, pp. 393-406.

Inkster, I, 1990. Forging the links: small business, R and the MFP. The Australian Extrapreneur, 1 (1), pp. 10-13.

Inkster, I, 1990. Henry George, protectionism and the welfare of the working class. American Journal of Economics and Sociology, 49, pp. 375-384.

Inkster, I, 1990. Intellectual dependency and the sources of invention: Britain and the Australian technological system in the 19th century. History of Technology, 12, pp. 40-64.

Inkster, I, 1990. Mental capital: transfers of knowledge and technique in eighteenth century Europe. Journal of European Economic History, 19, pp. 403-441.

Inkster, I, 1990. Promethean futures: the biotechnological challenge and the Japanese model. Asian Studies Review, 14 (1), pp. 129-134.

Inkster, I, 1990. Structural change, the Multifunctional Polis and Japanese R for Australia. Journal of Contemporary Asia, 20, pp. 312-329.

Inkster, I, 1990. Technology transfer: the historical dimensions in detail. MetaScience, 8, pp. 12-19.

Inkster, I, 1990. The low down on high tech 'Down Under': the MFP. Prometheus, 8 (2), pp. 320-330.

Inkster, I, 1989. Appropriate technology, alternative technology and the Chinese model: terminology and analysis. Annals of Science, 46, pp. 263-276.

Inkster, I, 1989. Partly solid and partly sophistical - Adam Smith as an historian of economic thought. Quarterly Review of Economics and Business, 29 (4), pp. 91-96.

Inkster, I, 1989. The institutionalist theory of economic development, technological progress and social change. Journal of Economic Issues, 23, pp. 1243-1247.

Inkster, I, 1988. Britain and the single factor thesis once more: a comment on Kristine Bruland. Journal of European Economic History, 17, pp. 187-188.

Inkster, I, 1988. Cultural enterprise: science, steam intellect and social class in Rochdale, circa 1833-1900. Social Studies of Science, 18, pp. 291-330.

Inkster, I, 1988. Prometheus bound: science, technology and industrialisation in Japan, China and India - a political economy approach. Annals of Science, 45, pp. 399-426.

Inkster, I, 1986. The 'Manchester School' in Yorkshire: economic relations between India and Sheffield in the mid-I9th century. Indian Economic and Social History Review, pp. 313-323.

Inkster, I, 1985. Science and the 'colonial model': Australian experience in historical perspective. Social Studies of Science, 15, pp. 677-704.

Inkster, I, 1984. Eikoka Mechanic Institutes Undoshizo no Saikosei o Meguru Saikin no Kenyo Seika. Jimbun Ronshu, pp. 45-84.

Inkster, I, 1984. On 'modelling' Japan for the Third World (part two). East Asia, 2, pp. 159-183.

Inkster, I, 1983. On 'modelling' Japan for the Third World (part one). East Asia, 1, pp. 155-187.

Inkster, I, 1983. Social class and popularised culture in Sheffield during the 1840s. Transactions of the Hunter Archaeological Society, 11, pp. 82-86.

Inkster, I, 1983. Technology as the cause of the industrial revolution: some comments. Journal of European Economic History, 12, pp. 651-657.

Inkster, I, 1983. The message and the massage - the mythology of Japan's industrialisation. Berliner Beitråge zur sozial-und-Wirtschaftswissenschaftliche Japan-Forschung, 41, p. 16.

Inkster, I, 1982. Advocates and audience: astronomy in England, circa 1750-1850. Journal of British Astronomical Association, 92, pp. 60-66.

Inkster, I and Shergold, PR, 1982. Civil engineering and the admiralty. The Great Circle, pp. 41-52.

Inkster, I, 1982. Variations on a theme by Thackray. Newsletter of the British Society for the History of Science, 19, pp. 17-23.

Inkster, I, 1982. The ambivalent role of patents in technology development. Bulletin of Science, Technology and Society, 2, pp. 181-190.

Inkster, I, 1981. Collective biography and technological transfer. Bulletin of Science, Technology and Society, 1, pp. 254-256.

Inkster, I, 1981. Seditious science: a reply to Paul Weindling. British Journal History of Science, 14, pp. 181-187.

Inkster, I, 1980. Agricultural growth and the late development effect in Japan. Development and Change, pp. 642-648.

Inkster, I, 1980. A Japanese affair. Newsletter of British Society for the History of Science, 3, pp. 16-18.

Inkster, I, 1980. Lunacy and the industrial revolution. Bulletin of Society for Social History of Medicine, 27, pp. 42-47.

Inkster, I, 1980. Robert Goodacre and popular astronomy, 1777-1835. Journal of British Astronomical Association, 90, pp. 245-253.

Inkster, I, 1980. The continuing story of foreigners in Meiji, Japan. Japan Foundation Newsletter (4), pp. 6-7.

Inkster, I, 1980. The public lecture as an instrument of science education for adults - the case of Great Britain, 1750-1850. Paedagogica Historica, pp. 80-107.

Inkster, I, 1979. London science and the Seditious Meetings Act of 1817. British Journal History of Science, 12, pp. 192-196.

Inkster, I, 1979. Meiji economic development in perspective - revisionist comments on the industrial revolution in Japan. The Developing Economies, pp. 45-68.

Inkster, I, 1978. Robert Goodacre's astronomy lectures (1823-1825) and the structure of scientific culture in Philadelphiacientific culture and education in Nottingham prior to 1843. Annals of Science, 35, pp. 353-363.

Inkster, I, 1978. Scientific culture and education in Nottingham prior to 1843. Thoroton Society Transactions, pp. 45-60.

Inkster, I, 1977. Science and society in the metropolis: a preliminary examination of the social and institutional context of the Askesian Society of London. Annals of Science, 34, pp. 1-32.

Inkster, I, 1977. A phase in middle class culture: phrenology in Sheffield, 1824-1850. Transactions of the Hunter Archaeological Society, 10, pp. 273-280.

Inkster, I, 1976. The social context of an educational movement: a revisionist approach to the English mechanics institutes, 1820-1850. Oxford Review of Education, 2, pp. 277-307.

Inkster, I, 1975. Science and the mechanics' institutes, 1820-50, the case of Sheffield. Annals of Science, 32, pp. 351-374.

Inkster, I, 1973. Charles Sylvester and the great railroad debate. Annals of Science, 29, pp. 113-120.

Inkster, I, 1973. Science instruction for youth and the Industrial Revolution: an informal network. The Vocational Aspect of Education, pp. 91-101.

Inkster, I, 1973. The development of a scientific community in Sheffield, 1790-1850: a network of people and interests. Transactions of the Hunter Archaeological Society, 10, pp. 99-131.

Inkster, I, 1972. Lunacy and the Industrial Revolution [series of 5 papers]. The Trent Vale Review (197219).

Authored book

Inkster, I, 2001. The Japanese industrial economy: late development and cultural causation. London: Routledge. ISBN 0415250013

Inkster, I, 2001. Japanese industrialisation: historical and cultural perspectives. London: Routledge. ISBN 0415244447

Inkster, I and Bryson, M, 1999. Industrial man. The life and works of Charles Sylvester, engineer, 1776-1828. Salt Lake City: Jackpot Books. ISBN 0966408845

Inkster, I, 1998. Technology and industrialisation: historical case studies and international perspectives. London: Ashgate. ISBN 0860787710

Inkster, I, 1997. Scientific culture and urbanisation in industrialising Britain. London: Ashgate. ISBN 0860786870

Inkster, I, 1991. Clever city: Japan, Australia and the Multifunction Polis. Oxford University Press. ISBN 0424001829

Inkster, I, 1991. Science and technology in history: an approach to industrialisation. London: Macmillan. ISBN 0333428579

Inkster, I, 1982. Science, public science and science policy in Australia circa, 1880s-1916. Canberra.

Inkster, I, 1981. Science, technology and the late development effect. Tokyo: Institute of Developing Economies.

Inkster, I, 1980. Japan as a development model? Bochum: Brockmeyer. ISBN 3883391220

Inkster, I, 1975. A smattering of history: marginal men and the cultural context of the English Industrial Revolution. Sydney: School of Economics.

Book contribution

Inkster, I, 1995. The development of science and technology [essay]. In: The Cambridge encyclopedia of Australia. London: UNSPECIFIED, pp. 270-272.

Inkster, I, 1994. The development of science and technology [essay]. In: The Cambridge encyclopedia of Australia. Cambridge University Press; Readers Digest, pp. 270-272.

Chapter in book

Inkster, I, 2010. Cultural engineering and the industrialization of Japan, circa 1868-1912. In: Horn, J, Rosenband, LN and Smith, MR, eds., Reconceptualizing the Industrial Revolution. Cambridge: The MIT Press, pp. 291-308. ISBN 9780262014519

Inkster, I, 2009. Engineering identity, intellectual property, and information systems in industrialization, circa 1830-1914. In: Cardosa, de, Diogo, MP, Gouzevitch, I and Grelon, A, eds., The professional identity of engineers: historical and contemporary issues. Lisbon: Edições Colibri, pp. 375-380.

Inkster, I, 2009. Intellectual property, information, and divergences in economic development - institutional patterns and outcomes circa 1421-2000. In: Castle, D, ed., The role of intellectual property rights in biotechnology innovation. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, pp. 413-436. ISBN 9781847209801

Inkster, I, 2008. Association, provincialisme et sociologie du progrès technique: le cas de la Grande -Bretagne, entre 1780 et 1914. In: Benoit, S, Emptoz, G and Woronoff, D, eds., Encourager l'innovation en France et en Europe. Paris: Éditions du CTHS, pp. 329-350. ISBN 2735506224

Inkster, I, 2008. Japan. Cultural engineering and late development. In: Smith, MR, Rosenband, LN and Horn, J, eds., Reconceptualizing the Industrial Revolution. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press.

Inkster, I, 2008. Patents as indicators of technological change and innovation: an historical analysis of the Patent Data 1830-1924. In: Castle, D and Gold, R, eds., The role of intellectual property rights in biotechnological innovation. Edward Elgar.

Inkster, I, 2007. Epilogue: thoughtful doing and early modern oeconomy. In: Roberts, L, Schaffer, S and Dear, P, eds., The mindful hand: inquiry and invention from the Late Renaissance to early industrialisation. Amsterdam: Edita KNAW/University of Chicago Press, pp. 443-452.

Inkster, I, 2003. Technological and industrial change: a comparative essay. In: Porter, R, ed., The Cambridge history of science. Volume 4, Eighteenth-century science. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 521572436

Inkster, I, 2003. Technology in history: case studies and concepts circa 1700-2000. In: Narasimha, R, Srinavasan, J and Biswas, SK, eds., The dynamics of technology. Creation and diffusion of skills and knowledge. London; New Delhi: UNSPECIFIED, pp. 21-83. ISBN 761996702

Inkster, I, 2003. The national imperative. The state, science and technology, and policy evolution, 1400-2000. In: The encyclopedia of life support systems. Oxford: UNESCO;Eoloss.

Inkster, I, 1999. Inertia and technological change: an elementary typology. In: Bye, P and Hayton, D, eds., Industrial history and technological development in Europe. Luxembourg: European Commission, pp. 343-348.

Inkster, I, 1997. Pacific partnership: creativity, industrial innovation and the proposed Japan-Australia Multifunctional Polis. In: Satofuka, F, ed., Kagakugijutsu no seitaigaku. Tokyo: Agne Shofu Publishing, pp. 292-317. ISBN 4900508314

Inkster, I, 1996. Catching up and taking over: structural change, the technopolis concept and Japanese R&D for Australia. In: Lowe, M and Marriott, H, eds., Science and technology down under. Melbourne: MAI, pp. 39-71. ISBN 07326 09763

Inkster, I, 1996. Into the twentieth century: patterns in the relations between science, technology and the state during the early industrialisation process. In: Barrere, M, ed., Sciences et developpement. Paris: Orstrom Editions, pp. 67-96. ISBN 2709912996

Inkster, I, 1996. Late development revisited: aspects of international technology transfer and Russian industrialisation. In: Ustiantsev, SV, ed., Russia and West Europe. Interaction of industrial cultures. Ekaterinburg: Bank of Cultural Information, pp. 7-16. ISBN 5858651062

Inkster, I, 1996. Technology transfer and industrial transformation: an interpretation of the pattern of economic development, circa 1870-1914. In: Fox, R, ed., Technological change. Methods and themes in the history of technology. London: Harwood Academic Publishers, pp. 177-201. ISBN 3718657929

Inkster, I, 1995. Colonial and neo-Colonial transfer of technology: perspectives on India before 1914. In: Macleod, R and Kumar, D, eds., Technology and the Raj. New Delhi: Sage, pp. 25-51.

Inkster, I, 1995. Culture, action and institutions: on exploring the historical economic success of England and Japan. In: Gouk, P, ed., Wellsprings of achievement: cultural and economic dynamics in early modern England and Japan. London: Variorum, pp. 239-266.

Inkster, I, 1994. Meiji economic development in perspective - revisionist comments on the industrial revolution in Japan. In: Macpherson, WJ, ed., The industrialisation of Japan. Oxford: Blackwell.

Inkster, I, 1993. Eikoku to Nihon no Sangyo Kakumei ni Okeru Gijutsu Henkaku ni miru Shakaiteki Haikei ni tsuite no Hikaku Kento (Comparative treatment of the social context of technological change during the industrial revolutions of Britain and Japan). In: Bunka no hon'yaku kanosei (Translatability of culture). Tokyo: Jimbun Shoin, pp. 134-146.

Inkster, I, 1991. Plans for the present and fear of the future: problems of the Multifunctional Polis in Australia. In: Scott, P, ed., A herd of white elephants. SUP/OUP, pp. 126-138.

Inkster, I, 1988. The other side of Meiji - conflict and conflict management. In: McCormack, G and Sugimoto, Y, eds., The Japanese trajectory: modernization and beyond. Cambridge University Press, pp. 107-128.

Inkster, I and Todd, J, 1988. The support structure for Australian science, circa 1851-1916. In: Home, R, ed., Australian science in the making. Cambridge University Press, pp. 102-133.

Inkster, I, 1985. Hypotheses: patterns in the economic and social history of steam intellect prior to 1914. In: Inkster, I, ed., Steam intellect societies: essays on culture, education & industry, circa 1820-1914. Nottingham: University of Nottingham, Department of Adult Education. ISBN 9780000000000

Inkster, I, 1985. Popularised culture and steam intellect, 1820-1850s. In: Inkster, I, ed., Steam intellect societies: essays on culture, education & industry, circa 1820-1914. Nottingham: University of Nottingham, Department of Adult Education. ISBN 9780000000000

Inkster, I, 1985. The context of steam intellect in Britain. In: Inkster, I, ed., Steam intellect societies: essays on culture, education & industry, circa 1820-1914. Nottingham: University of Nottingham, Department of Adult Education. ISBN 9780000000000

Inkster, I, 1984. The message and the massage - the mythology of Japan's industrialisation. In: Rix, A and Mouer, R, eds., Japan's impact on the world. Melbourne: UNSPECIFIED, pp. 18-29.

Inkster, I, 1983. Aspects of the history of science and science culture in Britain, 1780-1850 and beyond. In: Inkster, I and Morrell, J, eds., Metropolis and province: science in British culture, 1780-1850. London: Hutchinson, pp. 11-54.

Inkster, I, 1981. Scientific culture and scientific education in Liverpool, 1760-1812. In: Stephens, MD and Roderick, GW, eds., Scientific and technical education in early industrial Britain. Nottingham: UNSPECIFIED, pp. 28-47.

Inkster, I, 1977. Marginal men: aspects of the social role of the medical community in Sheffield, 1790-1850. In: Woodward, J and Richards, D, eds., Health care and popular medicine in nineteenth century England. London: Croom Helm, pp. 128-164.

Inkster, I, 1976. Culture, institutions and urbanity: the itinerant science lecturer in Sheffield, 1790-1850. In: Pollard, S and Holmes, C, eds., Economic and social history of South Yorkshire. Sheffield: UNSPECIFIED, pp. 218-232.

Conference contribution

Inkster, I, 1992. Commentary on the iron and steel industry. In: First International Symposium the Japanese Experience of Technology Transfer, Tokyo, Japan, 1980.

Edited book

James, F and Inkster, I, 2012. Religious dissent and the Aikin-Barbauld circle, 1740-1860. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 9781107008083

Inkster, I and Morrell, J, 2006. Metropolis and province: science in British culture, 1780-1850. Routledge. ISBN 9780420000000

Inkster, I and Satofuka, F, 2000. Culture and technology in modern Japan. London: IB Taurus. ISBN 1860643256

Inkster, I, Griffin, C, Hill, J and Rowbotham, J, 2000. The golden age: essays in British economic and social history. Aldershot: Ashgate.

Inkster, I, 1985. The steam intellect societies: essays on culture, education and industry, 1820-1914. Nottingham: University of Nottingham Press. ISBN 1850410089

Inkster, I and Morrell, J, 1983. Metropolis and province: science in British culture, 1780-1850. London: Hutchinson. ISBN 0091451809

Journal editorship

Gouzevitch, I and Inkster, I, 2007. Identity of engineers [special issue]. UNSPECIFIED.

Buchanan, RA and Inkster, I, 2006. Engineering disasters [special issue]. UNSPECIFIED.

Inkster, I and O'Brien, P, 2004. The steam engine [special issue]. UNSPECIFIED.

Guagnini, A and Inkster, I, 2002. Patents in history [special issue]. UNSPECIFIED.

Inkster, I, 2001. History of technology [all annual volumes from 23]. UNSPECIFIED.

Research report for external body

Inkster, I, 1980. The response to relative backwardness. Bureaucrats, intellectuals and the transfer of western knowledge and technique to Meiji Japan circa 1868-1890s. Research report for external body. Tokyo: United Nations Group of the Institute of Developing Economies in the Technology Transfer Series, IDE/UNU.

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