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Osborne sat down for two interviews with Dean for the film, the second one taking place just two weeks before his death last March. “He was fantastic,” Dean says. “He really loved her, and he’s the one who gives us a portrait of what she was like.”

Osborne’s first interview shapes the film’s beginning, Dean says. A year and half into the production, the director thought it would be fitting for Osborne to give the film its ending as well, so she called and asked if he’d sit for one more interview.

“He said, ‘You know, I’ve got a cold so I might not be at my best, is that O.K.?’ And I said, ‘Sure, O.K., it doesn’t matter if you’re at your best . . . whatever you want, we’ll do.’ Well, he showed up in a wheelchair, and he was not at all the man I’d interviewed a year and a half previously,” Dean recalls. “He was only able to give us a half an hour—but in that half an hour he really poured his heart out about Hedy.”

Though Lamarr’s life ended on a somewhat tragic note—she died a recluse with minimal recognition of her inventive talent—Dean promises that the film offers her some form of redemption, thanks largely to the previously unheard tapes.

“She opens the tapes by saying ‘I wanted to sell my story . . . because it’s so unbelievable,’” Dean recites. “‘It was the opposite of what people think.’”

Now people have a chance to learn the truth.

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Relying on a quantitative analysis of the patenting and assignment behavior of inventors, we highlight the evolution of institutions that encouraged trade in technology and a growing division of labor between those who invented new technologies and those who exploited them commercially over the nineteenth and early-twentieth centuries. At the heart of this change in the organization of inventive activity was a set of familiar developments which had significant consequences for the supply and demand of inventions. On the supply side, the growing complexity and capital intensity of technology raised the amount of human and physical capital required for effective invention, making it increasingly desirable for individuals involved in this activity to specialize. On the demand side, the growing competitiveness of product markets induced firms to purchase or otherwise obtain the rights to technologies developed by others. These increasing incentives to differentiate the task of invention from that of commercializing new technologies depended for their realization upon the development of markets and other types of organizational supports for trade in technology. The evidence suggests that the necessary institutions evolved first in those regions of the country where early patenting activity had already been concentrated. A self-reinforcing process whereby high rates of inventive activity encouraged the evolution of a market for technology, which in turn encouraged greater specialization and productivity at invention as individuals found it increasingly feasible to sell and license their discoveries, appears to have been operating. This market trade in technological information was an important contributor to the achievement of a high level of specialization at invention well before the rise of large-scale research laboratories in the twentieth century.

The generation of new technological knowledge is one of the fundamental processes of economic growth. Despite its importance, however, scholars have only an incomplete understanding of how the sources of invention have changed over time with the development of technology and of the economy more generally. Although there has been recent progress in establishing basic historical patterns in the composition of patentees and in the levels of patenting over place and time, issues such as how resources were mobilized and directed to inventive activity, as well as how they were organized, have not yet been systematically investigated ( 31 Phillip Lim Woman Blade Satin Pumps Navy Size 365 31 Phillip Lim HWeRqOdJ
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