1.       Prior Informed Consent form Technological Innovations and Ideas  &  Traditional Knowledge


2.       Brian C. Cunningham. Impact of the Human Genome Project at the Interface between Patent and FDA Laws.     www.piercelaw.edu/risk/vol7/summer/Cunningh.htm


3.       Anil K Gupta.1999. Implications of WTO on Indian Agriculture: The Case of Intellectual Property Rights and Emerging Biosafety Protocol. IIMA WP No.99-10-06, October 1999, published as a chapter in the book entitled, Implications of WTO Agreements for India Agriculture.  Samar K Datta ad Satish Y. Deodhar (Eds.). Calcutta and New Delhi, Oxford & IBH Publishing Co.Pvt.Ltd., (2001), Chapter 10;  pp.245-307


4.       Prabuddha Ganguli, Protection of Intellectual Property Rights of Advanced Technologies for the Benefits of Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs), Venture Business and Research and Development Institutions www.patentmatics.com/pub2001.htm


5.       Graham Dutfield, 1999. Intellectual Property Rights, Trade and Biodiversity: The Case of Seeds and Plant Varieties. www.mtnforum.org/resources/library/dutfg00a.htm


6.       Pickering, J. F.; Matthews, D. 2002. Managing patents for competitive advantage. Journal of General Management, Spring2000, Vol. 25 Issue 3, p15, 18p, 1 chart, 1 diagram.


7.       Laurence R. Hefter and Robert D. Litowitz. 1995. Protecting Intellectual Property.



8.       Anil K Gupta. Strategic Opportunities in Managing IPRs: Biodiversity, Drug Industry and Emerging Options. www.sristi.org/papers/B13.htm


9.       Martin Meyer, 2000 Research Policy, Volume 29, Issue 3,  P.409-434, Does science push technology? Patents citing scientific literature. www.jrc.es/iptsreport/vol28/english/ITP1E286.htm


10.     Francis Mangeni. Technical Issues on Protecting Plant Varieties By Effective Sui Generis Systems.

              www.southcentre.org/publications/ occasional/paper02/toc.htm

11.     Harvey E Bale. The Impact of the Patent System on Research Investment for Developing Countries.

              www.patentagenda.wipo.int/meetings/ 2002/presentations/bale.pdf 

12.     2002, The Valuation of Patents and Patents as Financial Instruments: Conference on the International Patent System World Intellectual Property Organization Geneva, March 27, 2002.


13.     Geoff Tansey. 1999, Trade, Intellectual Property, Food and Biodiversity:  Key issues and options for the 1999review of Article 27.3(b) of the TRIPS Agreement.


14.     Valuation Consulting


15.     Bob Jessop. 2001. The state and the contradictions of the knowledge driven economy.


16.     Mandell, Mel. 2000. Guarding Vital Trade Secrets. World Trade,Feb2000, Vol. 13 Issue 2, p70, 1p.


17.     Gupta, A. K. 1995.Knowledge Centre/Network : Building Upon what People Know. Paper Presented at International Conference on Hunger and Poverty, IFAD and EU, Brussels, Nov. 1995.


18.     Vincent Gioia. 2000. Using And Registering Plant Trade Designations As trademarks.


19.     Parchomovsky, Gideon. Publish Or Perish. Feb2000, Vol. 98 Issue 4, p926, 27p


20.     REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS for Alfalfa (Medicago sativa) variety A2993


21.     REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS for Soybean (Glycine max) variety RCAT 9905


22.     Timothy Pratt. 2001. "Small Yellow Bean Sets Off International Patent Dispute"


23.     RAFI Communique. February-March, 2000. "Terminator 2 Years Later: Suicide Seeds on the Fast Track " www.biotech-info.net/fast_track.html


24.     O'Hearn, Timothy J. THE REASON FOR THE PATENT WARS. Jul/Aug2000, Vol. 43 Issue 4, p33, 10p, 4 diagrams


25.     The National Innovation Foundation Announces The Fourth National Competition for Scouting Unaided Grassroots Technological Innovations and Outstanding Traditional Knowledge:  April 2003 – December 2004


26.     Ganguli, P. 2003. Complying with article 39 of TRIPS……………myth or evolving reality. Article in press. www.elseveir.com/locate/worpatin


27.     Ganguli, P. 2003. Indian path towards TRIPS compliance. Article in press. www.elseveir.com/locate/worpatin


28.     Ganguli, P. 2003. Global Pharmaceutical Industry –Intellectual Wealth and Assets Protection. Int. J. Tech. Mgmt. 25(3/4), 284-313.


29.     Ganguli, P. 2003. Intellectual Property System in Scientifically Capable Developing Countries: Emerging Options. Talk delivered at the International Conference “Intellectual Property Rights …Driver of competition and growth or unnecessary constraints” organized by the Royal Institute of International Affair in Association with the Intellectual Property Institute, London, June 16-17, 2003.


30.     Ganguli, P. 2003.Filing in Mailbox against “basic principles” would not qualify for patent in India even after 2005. Interview, Chronicle Pharmabiz, February 13, 2003.


31.     IP IN COURTS (Federal court cases) . www.ipo.org

            Some         Biotech and plant variety disputes

                               Prior art disputes

                               Trademark disputes

                               Copyright disputes


32.     Gupta, A. K. 2003. Suggestions for national and international Intellectual Property Rights Reforms. Draft.


33.     Winkless, B. 2001. Food Product Development and the 40 Inventive Principles.



34.     Todd, W. 1998. Reversibility of the 40 Principles of Problem Solving.



35.     Addresses of publishers of Dr. Ganguli's books

         a)    Gearing up for Patents The Indian Scenario Universities Press Ltd. (Hyderabad)

                check with Orient Longman in Mumbai  & Hyderabad

               Ph.  022-22616918/19    fax. 022-22691278

         b)    Intellectual Property Rights - Unleashing the knowledge Economy.

               Tata McGraw Hill (Delhi)    Ph. 011-25889304/2743           25883902



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