Someone posted on an internal DL on how he can share static fields for all instances of the generic class (among all instances of different closed constructed types). The answer is you can't and I quote the C# 2.0 spec on this (so you better believe me)

§20.1.5: A static variable in a generic class declaration is shared amongst all instances of the same closed constructed type (§20.5.2), but is NOT shared amongst instances of different closed constructed types. These rules apply regardless of whether the type of the static variable involves any type parameters or not.

The only way I can think about doing this is to have the generic type derive from a non-generic base class and define the static field in that. The code looks as follows

class B
{
     public static int bCount = 0;
}

class D<T> : B
{
    public static int dCount = 0;

    public D()
    {
        dCount++;
        bCount++;
    }
}

D<int> d1 = new D<int>();
D<string> d2 = new D<string>();

Console.WriteLine("D::bCount = {0}, D::dCount = {1}", 
                   D<string>.bCount, D<string>.dCount);

 

This prints out D::bCount = 2, D::dCount = 1 indicating bCount is indeed shared between D<int> and D<string> and hence got incremented twice.

I never faced any need to do any such thing and I cannot think of any example where I would need this :(