list of studies –anil k gupta and co authors , volunteers of honey bee Network

Select list of studies /publications by

Prof. Anil K. Gupta
Visiting Faculty, Centre for Management in Agriculture, Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad-380015 and coordinator, Honey Bee Network, CSIR Bhatnagar Fellow
1979-2018

A. Theme: Innovations at Grassroots, Administrative Innovations, Educational Innovations, Business Incubation

A1. Dey, A., Singh, G., & Gupta, A. K. (2018). Women and Climate Stress: Role Reversal from Beneficiaries to Expert Participants. World Development, 103, 336-359. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0305750X17302553
A2. Dey, A., Gupta, A. K., & Singh, G. (2017). Modelling Challenges for Climate and Community Resilient Socioecological Systems. In Mathematical Advances Towards Sustainable Environmental Systems (pp. 239-259). Springer, Cham. https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-43901-3_11
A3. Dey, A., Gupta, A., & Singh, G. (2017). Open Innovation at Different Levels for Higher Climate Risk Resilience. Science, Technology and Society, 22(3), 388-406.http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/0971721817723242
A4. Gupta, A., Dey, A., & Singh, G. (2017). Connecting corporations and communities: Towards a theory of social inclusive open innovation. Journal of Open Innovation: Technology, Market, and Complexity, 3(1), 17.https://link.springer.com/article/10.1186/s40852-017-0062-3
A5. Anil K Gupta and Anamika Dey, 2017. Crucible of Crop Diversity: Forging Partnership with Farmer Breeders and Innovators for Higher Climate Resilience In book: Agriculture under Climate Change: Threats, Strategies and Policies, Edition: First, Chapter: 12, Publisher: Allied Publishers Pvt. Ltd., Editors: V.V. Belavadi, N Nataraja Karaba, N.R. Gangadharappa, pp.74- 79
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A6. Anamika Dey, Gurdeep Singh and Anil K Gupta, Modeling challenges for climate and community resilient socio- ecological systems, Chapter 11, In Furze, J.N., Swing, K., Gupta, A.K., McClatchey, R., Reynolds, D. (Eds.) Mathematical Advances Towards Sustainable Environmental Systems, Springer, ISBN 978-3-319-43901-3 https://www.springer.com/in/book/9783319439006
A7. Gupta, A. K. (2016). Grassroots innovation: Minds on the margin are not marginal minds. Random House India. (Book)
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A8. Gupta, A. K., Dey, A. R., Shinde, C., Mahanta, H., Patel, C., Patel, R., … & Ganesham, P. (2016). Theory of open inclusive innovation for reciprocal, responsive and respectful outcomes: coping creatively with climatic and institutional risks. Journal of Open Innovation: Technology, Market, and Complexity, 2(1), 16.https://link.springer.com/article/10.1186/s40852-016-0038-8

A9. Anamika Dey, Chetan Patel, Marianne Esders and Anil K Gupta,2015. Shared urban spaces with ants, birds, and squirrels: redefining urbanity https://www.researchgate.net/publication/296431644_Shared_urban_spaces_with_ants_birds_and_squirrels_redefining_urbanity
A10. Gupta, A. K. (2015). Creativity, innovation, entrepreneurship and networking at grassroots level: Conserving biodiversity through documentation, experimentation and value addition in local innovations for development and diffusion of sustainable technologies and institutions. https://idl-bnc-idrc.dspacedirect.org/handle/10625/54483

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A11. Innovation, Investment, Enterprise: Generating Sustainable Livelihood at Grassroots Through Honey Bee Philosophy; Greening of Industry Network Studies, Springer, Science+Business Media Dordrecht 2014, Collaboration for Sustainabilty and Innovation: A Role for Sustainability Driven by the Global South ? Vol. 3, p. 217-232 Click here to see the full document\

A12. Frugal, Friendly And Flexible, The SME Whitebook 2013-214, GBN Media Pvt Ltd, Fifth Edition, December 2013, p.65-69. Click here to see the full document

A13. Leveraging Indigenous Knowledge, creativity and innovations: Honey Bee Network approach, 26th May, 2013, World Indigenous Network Conference 2013 (WINC 2013), Darwin NT, Australia Click here to see the full document

A14. Tapping the Entrepreneurial Potential of Grassroots Innovation, Stanford Social Innovation Review 2013, Volume 11, Number 3, p. 18-20 Click here to see the full document

A15. Learning from the minds on the margin: Towards a new social contract for responsible science, Prof. P.N. Srivastava Endowment Lecture delivered at JNU, New Delhi, 11th April 2013 Click here to see the full document \

A16. Harnessing innovative potential of youth in formal and informal sector of IDB member countries: Lessons of Honey Bee Network, The Expert Group meeting on Innovation for Economic Development in IDB Member Countries, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, 18 Feb 2013 through video conference Click here to see the full document

A17. Happiness, harmony and healthy knowledge networks: Joyful journey towards inclusive, innovative and imaginative society, Presented at the Meeting of Working Group Members of Project New Development Paradigm, Bhutan, 30-31 January 2013 Click here to see the full document

A18. Tip of the iceberg: tapping the entrepreneurial potential of grassroots innovations, Article written for Rockefeller Foundation Supplement on Social Innovation in Stanford Social Innovation Review, Jan 2013 Click here to see the full document

A19. Knowledge Network for Augmenting Innovation Ecosystems: Lessons from Honey Bee Network, Invited keynote lecture at International Symposium on Accelerating Innovation in Developing Countries, KLIF [Kuala Lumpur Innovation Forum], November 3-5, 2012 Click here to see the full document

A20. Innovations for the poor by the poor, Keynote lecture delivered at the Wits University Innovation for Development: Frontiers of Research, Policy and Practice Symposium, Feb 24-26, 2010, Johannesburg, International Journal of Technological Learning, Innovation and Development 2012 – Vol. 5, No.1/2 pp. 28 – 39 Click here to see the full document

A21. Science and technology for inclusive social development in 12th Five Year Plan, IIMA WP 2012-06-03 Click here to see the full document

A22. Minds that Matter: Grassroots Innovations for Inclusive Rural Development, Bhausaheb Santuji Thorat Memorial Lecture delivered at Yashwantrao Chavan Pratishthan, Mumbai, 20th April 2012 Click here to see the full document

A23. Roadmap for educational innovation in institutions of higher learning, Presented at the Roundtable on Educational Innovation, organized by Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India in collaboration with UK-India Education and Research Initiative, New Delhi, 20th April 2012, IIMA W.P.No. WP 2012-06-01 Click here to see the full document

A24. Values in vogue: Institutional pathways for sustaining grassroots innovations for creating public goods,

A25. Policy gaps for promoting green grassroots innovations and traditional knowledge in developing countries: Learning from Indian experience, first policy brief, April 2010, WP 2012-06-06 Click here to see the full document

A26. Eat, drink and be healthy: A paradigm shift for linking food and beverages industry with people’s knowledge and institutions, Keynote lecture, 9th National Dairy & Beverage Conference, Kovallam, Trivandrum, 30th September 2010, IIMA WP 2012-06-02 Click here to see the full document

A27. Innovation, Investment, Enterprise: Generating Sustainable Livelihood at Grassroots through Honey Bee philosophy, Dr C V Seshadri Memorial lecture at Chennai, 4th December 2010, IIMA WP 2012-06-04 Click here to see the full document

A28. Emerging vision of SRISTI, 2011 Click here to see the full document

A29. Inclusive Innovation for harnessing developmental potential at grassroots, Paper invited for the OECD Global Forum on the Knowledge Economy, Paris, September 12-13, 2011 Click here to see the full document

A30. Indicators for the Assessment of the local and indigenous innovation, Invited paper for the Roundtable Meeting on Science, Technology and Innovation Global Assessment Programme (STIGAP), organized by UNESCO, July 4-5, 2011, Paris, France Click here to see the full document

A31. Inclusive innovations for poverty alleviation: Creative ideas of the poor, for the poor, presented at the Annual SDC conference on Innovation and Development, August 19, 2011, Berne, Switzerland Click here to see the full document

A32. Empathetic innovations for sustainable communities: Heuristics for extremely affordable innovations, Paper invited for symposium on “West meets East- what we can learn about innovating in the 21st century,” in Academy of Management Meeting, August 14-16, 2011 in San Antonio, USA Click here to see the full document

A33. Frugal, flexible and friendly innovations for extreme affordability: Engagement with Honey Bee Network, Keynote lecture at NSF-ASME conference on Research in Materials and Manufacturing for Extreme Affordability, Ball University, USA, Mar 16 – 19, 2011, Click here to see the full document

A34. Empathetic innovations: Connections across boundaries, to be published in a book entitled, “Timeless Inspirator: Reliving Gandhi” [Ed.] Dr. R. A. Mashelkar in commemoration of 30 years of Gandhi National Memorial Society, Pune, 2 October 2010, 42 – 57, IIMA WP No.2010-09-02, September 2010 Click here to see the full document

A35. Indigenous knowledge: Ways of knowing, feeling and doing, History of Science, Philosophy and Culture in Indian Civilization: Science and the Public, Chapter 7, Vol. XV, Part 2, [Ed. Ashok Jain], New Delhi, Centre for Studies in Civilizations, PHISPC, 2010, 165-182 – Q7 Click here to see the full document

A36. Cradle of Creativity: Strategies for in-situ Conservation of agrobiodiversity, IIMA WP No.2010-09-03, September 2010 Click here to see the full document

A37. A quest for social justice: A colloquium to build a network, Vikalpa, Vol.35, No.2, April – June 2010 Click here to see the full document

A38. Leveraging Innovations for Inclusive Governance, Presented at the 5th Civil Services Day organized by Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievance, Pensions and Parliamentary Affairs on 21st April 2010 at Vigyan Bhavan, New Delhi, W.P. No. 2010-10-01, October 2010 Click here to see the full document

A39. Grassroots Green Innovations for Inclusive Sustainable Development in ‘The Innovation for Development Report 2009-2010: Strengthening Innovation for the Prosperity of the Nations, Ed. Augusto Lopez-Claros, New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010, pp. 137-146 Click here to see the full document

A40. India’s hidden hotbeds of invention, talk delivered at TED Conference, November 5, 2009, Mysore http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JHk9YVjhk7c Click here to see the full document

A41. Innovations for Reviving Small-Scale Industries, IIMA W.P. NO. 2009-03-03 – R1 Click here to see the full document

A42. Pedagogical innovations for triggering social and economic entrepreneurship among youth, Foundation Day lecture at NITIE, Mumbai, March 25, 2009 – R2 Click here to see the full document

A43. The Forgotten Labourer: technological empowerment of rural labour Or The Labourer First, Click here to see the full document

A44. Recasting National Employment Guarantee Programme: Mental, not menial Click here to see the full document

A45. Managing knowledge, creating networks and triggering innovations for sustainable agriculture, National Seminar on Agriculture Extension, 27-28 Feb 2009, Ministry of Agriculture, New Delhi, IIMA W.P. NO. 2009-03-05 – R3 Click here to see the full document

A46. ‘I’ for Innovation at shop floor: A Shodh Yatra in manufacturing sector, TATA in-house publication Click here to see the full document

A47. Linking Vertical and Horizontal Markets for Innovations at Grassroots: Sustainability Imperative, Keynote lecture delivered at Future of Logistics Conference, Hanover, Germany, 26th May 2008, IIMA W.P. NO. 2009-03-02 – Q1 Click here to see the full document

A48. Rethinking the Priorities for Indian Agricultural Research, Institutions and Policy: Learning from the Grassroots, Dr. B.P.Pal Memorial Lecture delivered at Indian Agricultural Research Institute, New Delhi on 24th May 2008, IIMA W.P. NO. 2009-03-04 – Q2 Click here to see the full document

A49. Meeting the unmet needs of the majority: A grassroots innovation perspective from Honey Bee Network, presentation made at the Inter-American Development Bank Annual Meeting on April 5, 2008 in Miami, USA – Q3 Click here to see the full document

A50. What can we learn from green grassroots innovators: Blending reductionist and holistic perspectives for sustainability science, Lecture delivered at Centre for International Development, Harvard’s Sustainability Science Program, Harvard University, Cambridge, USA on February 25, 2008 – Click here to see the full document

A51. G2G – Grassroots to Global: The Knowledge Rights of Creative Communities, keynote lecture delivered at Globalization and Justice Conference, Seattle University, USA, February 21, 2008 – Q6 Click here to see the full document

A52. Is a just system also fair? Traversing the domain of knowledge, institutions, culture and ethics. Published in “Who Owns Knowledge? Knowledge and the Law” (Eds. Nico Stehr and Bernd Weiler), London, Transaction Publishers, 2008, p.87 – 97, presented at the International Conference on Is Knowledge Justiciable? Essen, Germany, 21 – 23 March, 2005, IIMA W.P.No: 2006-04-05 – N165 Click here to see the full document

A53. Indo-US Nuclear Deal: A debate, Colloquium, VIKALPA, Vol. 32, No. 4, October – December 2007 Click here to see the full document

A54. Towards an inclusive innovation model for sustainable development, Paper presented at the Global Business Policy Council of A.T. Kearney – CEO’s Retreat, Dubai, December 9 – 11, 2007 – P1 Click here to see the full document

A55. Breeding, benefits and bridges with modern science: Giving innovative farmers their due, Paper presented at the Second Session of the Governing Body of the International Treaty on Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture, Rome, 29 October 2007 – P2 Click here to see the full document

A56. Can protection of intellectual property rights be of any consequence to the poor people? in India’s Liberalization Experience: Hostage to the WTO?, (Eds. Suparna Karmakar, Rajiv Kumar and Bibek Debroy), brought out by ICRIER; New Delhi, Sage Publications, New Delhi, 2007, p.256-293 – P4 Click here to see the full document

A57. From Farmers’ First to Labourers’ First: Why do we still know so little? Presented at the Workshop on Farmer First Revisited: Farmer Participatory Research and Development Twenty Years on, 12-14 December 2007, Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex, London – P5 Click here to see the full document

A58. (With Arul George) Building capacity at community level for protecting the intellectual property rights in genetic resources and associated knowledge systems and cultural expressions, presented in the roundtable on Building Community Capacity: A Roundtable on Practical Initiatives on Intellectual Property and Traditional Cultural Expressions, Traditional Knowledge and Genetic Resources, organised by WIPO, Geneva, 10-12 December 2007, Geneva – P6 Click here to see the full document

A59. Conundrum of Creativity, compensation, conservation in India: How can intellectual property rights help grassroots innovators and traditional knowledge holders, published in Biodiversity and the Law: Intellectual Property, Biotechnology and Traditional Knowledge (Ed.Charles R.McManis), London, Earthscan, 2007, Chapter 22, p.327-353 – P7 Click here to see the full document

A60. Harnessing Community and Individual Knowledge in Plant Genetic Resources Management: Crop, Conservation, Creativity and Collaboration, Paper prepared for presentation at the National Scientific Symposium on “Search for New Genes” on 1st September 2006 at NASC in New Delhi. Published in “Search for New Genes” (Eds. V.L.Chopra, R.P.Sharma, S.R.Bhat and B.M.Prasanna), 2007 New Delhi, Academic Foundation,p.311-323, IIMA WP No. 2007-07-08, – O3 Click here to see the full document

A61. Learning from creative people: Scouting and Documentation of Grassroots Innovations and Traditional Knowledge, paper presented at the GLOBAL GIAN: Building Global Value Chain around Green Grassroots Innovations and Traditional Knowledge, Tianjin – China, May 31-June 2, 2007 – P8 Click here to see the full document

A62. Grassroots to Global: Online Incubation of Grassroots Innovations, keynote lecture delivered at 10th MIT $100K Global Startup Workshop in Trondheim, Norway on 28th March 2007, IIMA WP. No. 2007-07-07, – P9 Click here to see the full document

A63. Knowledge based empowerment of local bodies: Generating entrepreneurial approach to development, presented at the National Colloquium on Decentralisation in Rural Governance, organised by the Administrative Reforms Commission, 1-2 March 2007, Delhi, published in The Radical Humanist, Vol.71,No.2, May 2007, p. 15 – 17, – P10 Click here to see the full document

A64. Scaling up sustainable agricultural innovations by small farmers and artisans, A presentation from Honey Bee Network and National Innovation Foundation at Ministry of Agriculture and ICAR, Delhi , March 2007 – P11 Click here to see the full document

A65. Conserving, augmenting and sharing water, presented at the Conference on Contributions of Water Resources Management in Overall Development of Gujarat, 12 January 2007, Ahmedabad, IIMA WP 2012-06-05 – P12 Click here to see the full document

A66. Ten policies that will transform India, not in our life time but within next three to four years, mimeo, Click here to see the full document

A67. From Sink to Source: The Honey Bee Network documents indigenous knowledge and innovations in India, in innovations / Summer 2006, www. mitpress.mit.edu/innovations, p. 49 – 66. – O5 Click here to see the full document

A68. Innovations, institutions and involvement: Socio ecological crisis and insurgency in marginal environments, presented at the seminar on Civil Society and Democratic Space in South Asia, in Delhi on 12th January 2006, IIMA W.P. No.2006-04-03 – O6 Click here to see the full document

A69. Is longer, faster, stronger, smarter life also the happier? Reflections on slower, sustainable and more inclusive life experience, Paper prepared for presentation at the World Forum on Tomorrow’s People: The Challenges of Technologies for Life Extension and Enhancement, March 14-17, 2006 Said Business School, University of Oxford, IIMA W.P.No. 2006-04-04 – O7 Click here to see the full document

A70. Ethical issues in accessing people’s knowledge and innovations for developing low cost health technologies, paper prepared for presentation at the IV International Congress of Ethnobotany (ICEB), Istanbul, August 21 – 26, 2005, published in the Proceedings of the ICEB 2005 (Ed. Z.Fusun Ertug), November 2006 – Click here to see the full document

A71. Transforming Indian villages through innovations, knowledge network and entrepreneurship: Dealing with the bottom of the pyramid or tip of the iceberg, Lecture delivered at the Convention on Transforming Villages into Vibrant and Prosperous Entities-Innovative Strategies, organized by the Lucknow Management Association, Lucknow, on 24th October 2005, published in Lucknow Management Association Convention Journal (Eds., M.Akbar and Jabir Ali), Vol.1, No.1, 2005, Addendum, p.1-7. – Click here to see the full document

A72. Innovations for making small enterprises competitive: Overtaking China, lecture delivered at the Ludhiana Management Association, organised by Department of Business Management, Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana, on 19th October 2005, IIMA WP No.2007-08-03 – N168 Click here to see the full document

A73. Dialogue on Design, Diversity and Development: Learning from Grassroots Innovators, keynote presentation made at Philips Design Symposium in Eindhoven, The Netherlands, on 20th September 2005 – Click here to see the full document

A74. Indigenous knowledge and innovations for managing resources, institutions and technologies sustainably: A case of agriculture, medicinal plants and biotechnology. Paper contributed for presentation at the Seminar on IBSA Seminar on Economic Development and Social Equity, August 2-4, 2005 at Rio, Brazil, IIMA WP No. 2007-07-09 – N170 Click here to see the full document

A75. (With R.A.Mashelkar) Women and Formal and Informal Science, IIMA Working Paper No.2005-05-02, May 2005, published in History of Science, Philosophy and Culture in Indian Civilisation (General Editor: D.P.Chattopadhyaya), Volume IX Part 3, Women of India: Colonial and Post-colonial Periods (ed. Bharati Ray), New Delhi, Sage Publications India Pvt Ltd., Chapter 10, p. 208 – 235 – N171. Click here to see the full document

A76. If Technology is like word, Institutions are like Grammar: Institutional context of technological innovations and knowledge systems at grassroots. Paper orignally prepared for EU supported project on Knowledge Network for Augmenting Grassroots Innovations and presented at the International Conference on Biodiversity: Science and Governance, January 26, 2005, UNESCO, Paris. IIMA W.P. NO. 2009-03-01 – N172 Click here to see the full document

A77. Local Knowledge: Global Institutions: Why should local experts disclose their knowledge to institutional experts? Paper presented at the Workshop on Biodiversity being organized by IDDRI as a part of International Conference on Biodiversity in Paris, 27th January 2005. – N173 Click here to see the full document

A78. Agricultural Education for Entrepreneurship, Excellence and Environmental Sustainability: Agenda for Innovation and Change, Lecture delivered at the IAUA Convention on “Quality of Agricultural Education in the context of National and International Commitments,” on 12th January 2005 at the Directorate of Extension Education, CCS Haryana Agricultural University, Hisar 125 004 – N174 Click here to see the full document

A79. Social Context of Management Education: Institution Building Experiences at IIMs, Colloquium, Vikalpa,Vol. 29, No 2, April – June 2004 Click here to see the full document

A80. Harnessing Wisdom for Managing Watersheds: Honey Bee Perspective on Innovations, Institutions and Policies for Marginal Environments, IIMA Working Paper No.2004-07-02, July 2004 — N88 Click here to see the full document

A81. Learning from green grassroots innovators: How does a tail wag the dog? Keynote lecture presented at the International Conference on Innovations in Technology and Governance, organized by The Ash Institute of Democratic Governance and Innovation and the Science, Technology and Public Policy Programme at John F Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, Cambridge, 30 – 31 October, 2003 – N150 Click here to see the full document

A82. Rethinking incentives or redefining property rights: Conserving, augmenting, innovating and diffusing agrobiodiversity – a perspective of grassroots inventors and innovators. Paper prepared for presentation at the Symposium on Food Security and Biodiversity on 16th October 2003 at Basel, Switzerland – N151 Click here to see the full document

A84. Honey Bee Network: Giving Visibility, Voice and Voluntary Platform to Green Grassroots Innovators and Traditional Knowledge Holders, presented at ICT Development Forum, Petersburg, Germany, May 21, 2003 – N152 Click here to see the full document

A85. Mobilizing Grassroots’ technological Innovations and Traditional Knowledge, values and institutions: Articulating Social and Ethical Capital, published in the Futures Volume 35, Issue 9, November 2003, Pages 975 – 987 – N153 Click here to see the pre published version of the document Click here to see the published version of the paper

A86. Technological innovations for revitalising small scale and tiny sector: Need for a bold initiative – A note submitted to Finance Minister for budget 2003-04 – N154 Click here to see the full document

A87. Value chain augmentation for grassroots innovations making India innovative, note submitted to Finance Minister at the pre budget consultation meeting, January 9, 2002 – N 137 Click here to see the full document

A88. Framework for rewarding indigenous knowledge in developing countries: Value chain for grassroots innovations, Paper presented at WTO Expert Committee, 3 September 2001 — N 132 Click here to see the full document

A89. (With Riya Sinha) Contested Domains, Fragmented Spaces: rights, responsibilities and rewards for conserving biodiversity and associated knowledge systems, Presented at International Conference of MAB UNESCO on Biosphere Reserve, IFRI. Dehradun, 22-25, Feb 2001, published in Traditional Ecological Knowledge for Managing Biosphere Reserves in South and Central Asia (Eds., P.S.Ramakrishnan, R.K.Rai, R.P.S.Katwal and S.Mehndiratta), Delhi, Oxford & IBH Publishing Co. Pvt. Ltd., 2002, p. 161-181. Click here to see the full document — N 125

A90. Rethinking priorities for Science and Technology policy for augmenting grassroots innovations: A pre-budget submission to the Finance Minister, 2001 — N 136 Click here to see the full document

A91. Financing tiny and small sector technological innovations: A pre-budget submission to the Finance Minster, 2000 — Click here to see the full document — N 135

A92. Rewarding Traditional Knowledge and Contemporary Grassroots Creativity: The Role of Intellectual Property Protection, Paper presented at a seminar at Kennedy School, Harvard University, Boston, May 2000 Click here to see the full document – N 116

A93. Transforming Developmental Options for Knowledge-rich, Economically-poor people: From Grassroots Innovations to Global Space, paper presented at the UNESCO-ACEID Conference in Bangkok during December 12-15, 2000 Click here to see the full document

A94. Fishing in the ‘Troubled’ Waters: Recognizing, Respecting, and Rewarding Local Ecological Knowledge, Innovations and Practices Concerning Aquatic Biological Diversity, IIMA Working Paper No.99-12-01, December 1999, published in ‘Towards Polices for Conservation and Sustainable Use of Aquatic Genetic Resources, ICLARM Conference Proceedings, R.S.V.Pullin, D.M.Bartley and J.Kooiman (eds.), p.145-159, 1999. — N112 Click here to see the full document

A95. Conserving Biodiversity and Rewarding Associated Knowledge and Innovation Systems: Honey Bee Perspective, invited paper for the First Commonwealth Science Forum – Access, Bioprospecting, Intellectual Property Rights and Benefit Sharing and the Commonwealth, Goa, 23-25 September 1999 — N100 Click here to see the full document

A96. Business Incubation Development in India, paper presented at the International Conference on Business Incubation in Hong Kong, November 18-20, 1998 – N 138 Click here to see the full document

A97. Augmenting Innovations: Models of Incubators, 1998. Click here to see the full document

A98. Knowledge Networks for Augmenting Grassroots Creativity and Innovation: Organizational Innovations for sustainable Agriculture and Rural Development, 1998. Click here to see the full document — N 121

A99. India Innovates: Unfolding Dynamism of Youth for Innovation Based Enterprise Management (UDYIEM), Keynote lecture delivered at National Level Chemical Engineering Students Meet, Dharmsinh Desai Institute of Technology, Nadiad on 5 October, 1998. Click here to see the full document Click here to see slightly modified version of the document

A100. (With P.G.Vijaya Sherry Chand, Shailesh R.Shukla) Ecological Knowledge of Rural Children: Educational Innovation and Natural Resource Conservation, presented at International Conference on Creativity and Innovation at Grassroots, Jan 11-14, 1997, IIMA. — N102 Click here to see the full document

A101. Framework for understanding the peoples’ knowledge systems and innovations around tree and forest management, 1997. – N 123 Click here to see the full document
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A102. Farmers’ Innovations for Sustainable Resource Management and Conservation of Biological Diversity, published in the proceedings of the International Symposium on Food Security & Innovations: Successes and Lessons Learned at University of Hohenheim (Eds.Franz Heidhues/Andrea Fadani), Frankfurt, Berlin: Peter Lang, pp.97-112, 1997.– N78B, N93 Click here to see the pre published version of the document

A103. Building upon What Poor are Rich in: Honey Bee Network Linking Grassroots Innovations, Enterprise, Investments and Institutions, paper presented at the 22nd World Conference on “Which Globalization: Opening Spaces for Civic Engagement” in Santiago de Copmpostela, Spain, May 21-24, 1997, and pub¬lished as “The Honey Bee Network: Linking Knowledge-rich Grassroots Innovations” in Development, Vol.40, No.4 (1997), pp.36-40. — N82 Click here to see the full document

A104. Creativity, Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Networking at Grassroots Level: Conserving Biodiversity through documentation, experimentation and value addition in local innovations for development and diffusion of sustainable technologies and institutions, published in Bulletin of the International Committee on Urgent Anthropological and Ethnological Research, Nos.37-38 1995-1996, pp 57-68. — N26, N97 Click here to see the full document

A105. Roots of Creativity and Innovation in Indian Society: A Honey Bee Perspective; Lovraj Kumar Memori¬al Lecture delivered in Delhi on 30 August, 1996, organised by Society for Promotion of Wastelands development, Delhi, published in Wastelands News, Aug-Sep 1996, Vol..XII, No.1, pp.37-68. — N53 Click here to see the full document

A106. (With P.G.Vijaya Sherry Chand, Kirit K Patel, S.Murali Krishna) Contracts for ‘Compensating’ Creativ¬ity: Framework for Using Market and Non-Market Instruments for Rewarding Grassroots Creativity and Innovation, published as the proceedings of the conference, Forum Belem I, `A Third Millennium for Humanity? The Search for Paths of Sustainable Development (Eds., Dietrich E.Leihner and Thomas A.Mitschein) under the title, “Contracts for `Compensating’ Creativity: Framework for Rewarding Grassroot Creativity and Innovation”, Frankfurt, Berlin; Peter Lang, pp. 201-217. — N63 Click here to see the pre published version of the paper

A107. People’s Knowledge for Survival: Grassroots Innovations for Sustainable Natural Resource Manage-ment, presented at the IFAD’s International Conference on Hunger & Poverty in Brussels during November 16-23, 1995. — N46 Click here to see the full document

A108. Survival through Innovations and Experimentation in High Risk Environment, presented at the Confer¬ence on Global Forum on Poverty and Environment, BCAS, Dhaka, during July 22-24, 1993. — N16 Click here to see the full document

A109. Sustainability strategy for transforming drylands in Andhra Pradesh: Building upon local innovations, resource advantages and market potential, note prepared at the invitation of the Andhra Pradesh Government, 1993. – N 74 Click here to see the full document

A110. (In collaboration with Kirit K Patel, Astad Pastakia, Vijaya Sherry Chand, Shailesh and members of Honey Bee Network) Secular Basis of Sustainable Spirit: Understanding Roots of Creativity and Innova¬tions at Grassroots Level, presented at Congress on Traditional Sciences and Technologies of India, IIT, Bombay, on November 29, 1993. — N27 Click here to see the full document

A111. Initiative, Innovation and Institutions, The Study of Emerging Trends In Voluntarism In Rural Develop¬ment In India. W.P. No.847, IIM, Ahmedabad. 1990, P 12, presented at an International Conference on Philanthropy and NGOs, Independent Sector, Boston, March 1990 and published under the title, Volun¬tarism in Rural Development in India: Initiative, Innovation, and Institutions in The Nonprofit Sector in the Global Community: Voices from Many Nations, A publication of Independent Sector, Washington, pp 422-437, Chapter 24, 1992. — L8 Click here to see the full document

A112. Restructuring Public Systems Through Administrative Innovations: Will civil service respond? IIMA Working Paper 1053, September 1992 published in special issue of Administrator, Vol.XXXVII.,Apr.-Jun., 1992 under the title, “Administrative Innovations: Are we expecting too much?”, (pp.1-14) on Administrative Innovation also guest edited the volume. — N7 Click here to see the full document

A113. (With Kirit K Patel) Survey of Farmers’ Innovations for Sustainable Development: Do Methods Matter?, Proceed¬ings of International Conference on Indigenous Knowledge and Sustainable Development, IIRR, Silang, Cavite, Philippines during September 20-26, pp.111-156, 1992. – N17 Click here to see the pre published version of the paper

A114. Farmers’ Innovations and Responsive Technologists: Building Sustainable Links, Presented at Interna¬tional Symposium on Strategies For Sustainable Mountain Agriculture, September 10-14, 1990, ICI¬MOD, Nepal. Published in Sustainable Mount Agriculture, entitled, “Farmers’ Innovations and Agricul¬tural Technologies” (Eds.N.S.Jodha, M.Banskota and Tej Partap), Oxford & IBH Publishing Co.Pvt.Ltd., New Delhi. pp. 394-412., 1992. — Click here to see the full document L18 — N3

A115. Documenting Farmers Innovations: Or How do People Survive through Innovations In Risky Regions. IIM, Ahmedabad. 1990, P 8. – Click here to see the full document – L1

A116. (With J Capoor and Rekha N Shah) Inventory of Peasant Innovations for Sustainable Development- an annotated bibliography on Farmers: Innovations from all over the world, Presented at International symposium on Sustainability, ISA, New Delhi , Feb 1990 — L5 Click here to see the full document

A117. Scientific Perception of Farmers Innovations in Dry Regions: Barriers to the Scientific Curiosity, Sep-tember 1987, IIM working Paper No.699, presented at International Conference on Farmer Participa¬tory Research at IDS, Sussex, July,1987, published under the title “Creativity, Innovation of farmers’ prac¬tices in India: Barriers Interaction” in Farmer First, (Eds.Robert Chambers, Arnold Pacey, and Lori Ann Thrupp), pp 24-30, 1989. A slightly abridged version is published in Rural Finance, 1990, 3 (1), pp. 22 – 24. — H5, J16, F9 Click here to see the full document

A118. Survival Under Stress: Socio Ecological Perspective on Farmers’ Innovation and Risk Adjust-ments, W.P. No. 738, 1988, International Congress on Plant Physiology, New Delhi,1988., revised version published in Capitalism, Nature and Socialism,5,1990, 79-96. – J1, L23 Click here to see the full document

A119. Dynamics of Internationally Aided Farming System Research Programmes: A Gospel of Dirty Hand, presented at International Conference of Farming Systems Research and Extension, Oct 14-17, 1990, Michigan, USA – L22

A120. Barriers to Innovations in Lower Bureaucracy, published in Vikalpa, Vol.7, No.5, October- December 1982, Page 267-274. Click here to see the full document — C3

A121. (With Brij Kothari and Kirit Patel) Networking Knowledge Rich Economically Poor Peoples, presented at the IMMA/World Bank Workshop on Applications of ICT in Rural Development, March 18-19, 1999 (Eds. Subhash Bhatnagar and Robert Schware) Chapter 8, New Delhi, Sage Publications, 2000, p.115 – 131 – N 113 Click here to see the full document.

A122. Towards a Learning Society: Transforming KITE (knowledge, information, technology and education) networks Click here to see the full document – N 126

A123. (With Riya Sinha, Dileep Koradia, T N Prakash, and P Vivekanandan and other members of Honey Bee Network) Building upon Grassroots’ Innovations: Articulating Social and Ethical Capital, Paper invited for presentation at the World Social Forum Workshop in Brazil during January 25-30, 2001. IIMA WP No.2001-02-06 – N 140 Click here to see the full document

A124. (With Honey Bee Network team) Creativity, conservation, and compensation: Honey Bee Network approach to augment, sustainably utilize biodiversity, and share the benefits. – Paper presented at the Conference on Incentive Measures for Sustainable Use and Conservation of Agrobiodiversity: Experiences and Lessons from Southern Africa, Lusaka, Zambia, 11-14 September 2001 – N 129 Click here to see the full document Click here to see the shorter version of the paper

A125. Crops, Creativity and Compensation: Honey Bee network approach Click here to see the full document

A126. Portfolio theory of commons: Household Risk Adjustments and Perfor¬mance in an uncertain world Click here to see the full document

A127. Sink to Source: Transformation through Creativity, compassion, collaboration and competitiveness – Click here to see the full document N 139

B. Theme: Biodiversity, Biotechnology, Farmers’ Rights

B1. CBD and TRIPS: Empowering knowledge rich, economically poor people through IPR reforms, presented at the National Seminar on TRIPS- CBD and Subsidy Issues at the WTO, organized by UNCTAD India on 25th August 2005, New Delhi, IIMA W.P.No.2006-04-06 – N175 Click here to see the full document

B2. WIPO-UNEP Study on the role of intellectual property rights in the sharing of benefits arising from the use of biological resources and associated traditional knowledge, jointly produced by the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) and the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) 2004 Click here to see the full document

B3. (With Vikas Chandak) Agricultural Biotechnology in India: Ethics, Business and Politics, presented at the International Workshop on Agricultural biotechnology in the Developing World: Perceptions, Politics and Policies, organized by Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich on 12th March 2004, IIMA Working Paper No.2004-07-01, July 2004, International Journal of Biotechnology, 2005, Vol 7 No 1/2/3, 212-225 – N161 Click here to see the full document Click here to see the published version of the paper

B4. Cradle of Creativity: The case for in situ conservation of agro biodiversity and the role of traditional knowledge and IPRs. Paper presented at the Workshop on Property Rights Collective Action and Local Conservation of Genetic Resources, Sept 29 – Oct 2, 2003, Rome, Italy – N155 Click here to see the full document

B5. Reorienting Pest Management Strategies: Why should Corporations rethink their policies for sustainable pest management? Paper prepared for presentation at the IV Asia Pacific Crop Protection Conference, 2003 during September 18 – 19, 2003, New Delhi – N156 Click here to see the full document

B6. Sharing Benefits with the Conservators of Diversity” Conservation and Sustainable Use of Agricultural Biodiversity: A Source Book, CIP-UPWARD, Los Banos, Laguna, Philippines, Vol. 3, p. 608 – 613, March 2003 – N157 Click here to see the full document

B7. Farmers as Plant Breeders: Three cases from India, Conservation and Sustainable Use of Agricultural Biodiversity: A Source Book, CIP-UPWARD, Los Banos, Laguna, Philippines, Vol. 2, p. 332-336, March 2003 – N158 Click here to see the full document

B8. Conserving Biodiversity and Rewarding Associated Knowledge and Innovation Systems: Honey Bee Perspective, Intellectual Property: Trade, Competition and Sustainable Development, World Trade Forum. Thomas Cottier, Petros C Mavroidis, Marion Panizzon and Simon Lacey (Eds.). Ann Arbor, The University of Michigan Press, Vol. 3, Chapter 22, p. 373-401 Click here to see the full document

B9. Gene Patents and the Genetic Resource Recognition Fund: Sharing benefits from use of plant genetic resources by agro-biotechnological inventions and traditional agricultural practices, W.P.No.2002-08—01, August 2002, A case study based on the data collected from Mali. Click here to see the full document – N141

B10. Rewarding Conservation of Biological and Genetic Resources and Associated Traditional Knowledge and Contemporary Grassroots Creativity, IIMA W.P.No.2003-01-06, January 2003,. – This is a study on the role of intellectual property rights in the sharing of benefits arising from the use of biological resources and associated traditional knowledge, based on the data collected from Mali, Nigeria and India,” brought out in CD format by WIPO-UNEP, 2002. (Ref: Document/UNEP/CBD/COP/5/INF/26 dated 10 May, 2000)- N142 Click here to see the full document

B11. (With Sanjeev Saxena, Vikas Chandak, Shrabani B.Ghosh, Riya Sinha and Neeru Jain) Costs of Conservation of Agrobiodiversity in India, published in “Efficient Conservation of Crop Genetic Diversity: Theoretical Approaches and Empirical Studies” (Ed. Detlef Virchow), Berlin, Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, p. 137 – 174, 2003. – N149 Click here to see the pre published version of the paper

B12. Creativity, Conservation and Compensation: The Honey Bee Network Approach to Providing Incentives for Sustainably Utilising Biodiversity, published in the Proceedings of the Workshop on Incentive Measures for sustainable use and Conservation of Agrobiodiversity: Experiences and Lessons from Southern Africa, Lusaka, Zambia, 11-14 September 2001, p. 141-152. Click here to see the full document

B13. Precaution and the survival threshold: Oscillations between the Plimsoll Lines, Keynote paper presented at the conference on Biotechnology in the Global Economy: Science and the Precautionary Principle Harvard University, Boston, 22-23 September 2000 Click here to see the full document Click here to see another version of the paper

B14. Policy Dialogue on Access to Biodiversity and Benefit Sharing – National Workshop on Incentives, Institutions and Innovations, April 10-12, 1998 — N 134 Click here to see a part of the paper

B15. Criteria and Indicators of Sustainability in Rural Development: An Executive Summary, Proceedings of the International Training Workshop on Criteria and Indicators of Sustainability in Rural Development: A Natural Resource Perspective -, held at IIMA during March 11-13, 1999. New Delhi, Calcutta, Oxford & IBH Publish Co Pvt. Ltd. 2001, Click here to see the full document

B16. Science, Sustainability and Social Purpose: Barriers to Effective Articulation, Dialogue and Utilization of Formal and Informal Science in Public Policy, published in International Journal of Sustainable Development, Vol.2, No.3, 1999; UK, Inderscience Enterprises Ltd., pp.368-371; IIMA Working Paper No: 99-12-02, December 1999 — N110 Click here to see the full document

B17. Rewarding Creativity for Conserving Diversity in Third World: Can IPR Regime Serve the Needs of Contemporary and Traditional Knowledge Experts and Communities in Third World? Paper presented in AIPPI Forum (Sep 10-14, 1996) on Ethical and Ecological Aspects of IPRs, Interlaken, Switzerland on 13 Sep, 1996, IIMA WP No.1339, November 1996; published in Strategic Issues of Industrial Property Management in a Globalising Economy – APPI Forum Series (Eds. Thomas Cottier, Peter Widmer and Katharina Schindler), Oxford, Portland and Oregon; Hart Publishing, 1999, pp.119-129. — N60, N91 Click here to see the full document

B18. (With Srinivas Chokkakula) Sustaining Success and Learning From Failures: Strengthening Farmers’ Institution for Watershed Management, published in The Status of Formal Watershed Management in Asia (Ed. Prem N Sharma and Mohan P.Wagley), pp.14-18, 1999. Click here to see the full document

B19. Compensating Local Communities for Conserving Biodiversity: How Much, Who Will, How and When, 1995, and published as Rewarding Local Communities for Conserving Biodiversity: The Case of the Honey Bee in Protection of Global Biodiversity: Converging Strategies (Eds.Lakshman D.Guruswamy and Jeffrey A McNeely) Durham and London: Duke University Press,pp.180-189, 1998, IIMA WP No.99-10-04, October 1999 — N101, N34 Click here to see the pre published version of the paper

B20. Understanding Patents: a primer – a presentation made to Govt. of Gujarat and Gujarat Chamber of Commerce and Industries — N103 Click here to see the full document

B21. Assessing Biological Diversity and Associative Knowledge System: Can Ethics Influence Equity?, 1998. — N45, N61 Click here to see the full document

B22. Community Information Services: A Proposal for creating Knowledge Networks for Creativity, Paper presented at the Conference on Information Today and Tomorrow at Central Leather Research Institute, Chennai on 2nd September, 1998. — N 105 Click here to see the full document

B23. (With S.Deshmukh, M.G.Gogate) Sacred Groves and Biological Diversity: Providing New Dimensions to Conservation Issues, published in “Conserving the Sacred For Biodiversity Management” (Eds.,P.S.Ramakrishnan, K.G.Saxena and U.M.Chandrashekara), New Delhi and Calcutta, Oxford & IBH Publishing Co.Pvt.Ltd., pp.415-421, 1998) – N87 (A) Click here to see the full document

B24. Desirability and Feasibility of Creating Database for Traditional Medicines and Biodiversity Resources: National and International Dimensions, papers presented at Asian Regional Consultation on Traditional Medicine and Intellectual Property Rights, organised by Ministry of Industry, Deptt. Of Indian Systems of Medicine, GOI & WIPO, New Delhi on October 8, 1998 – N 112A Click here to see the full document

B25. Tending this spirit: Sustaining the Sacred – Policy and Institutional Aspects of Sacred Groves, presented at the Conference on Role of Sacred Groves in the field of Sustainable Development at Peechi, Kerala, December 9-11 December, 1997 and published as “Policy and Institutional Aspects of Sacred Groves: Tending the Spirit, Sustaining the Sacred,” in Conserving the Sacred For Biodiversity Management (Eds., P.S.Ramakrishnan, K.G.Saxena and U.M.Chandrashekara), New Delhi and Calcutta, Oxford & IBH Publishing Co.Pvt.Ltd., pp.397-414, 1998 — N87 Click here to see the full document

B26. Intellectual Property Rights of Grassroots Innovators: Issues and Concerns, presented at National Seminar on “Biodiversity Conservation: Challenges and Opportunities” held at Forest Research Institute, Dehra Dun on October 10, 1998.

B27. Strategic Opportunities in Managing IPRs: Biodiversity, Drug Industry and Emerging Options, IIMA Working Paper No.98-12-11, December, 1998 — N108 Click here to see the full document

B28. Portfolio approach to Recognising, Respecting, and Rewarding Creativity and Innovation in Conservation, 1998. Click here to see the full document

B29. Institutional Arrangements for Conserving and Promoting Medicinal Plants Diversity and Augmenting Contemporary and Traditional Knowledge: Perspectives on Intellectual Property Rights and Sui Generis Systems, 1998 – N 117 Click here to see the full document

B30. Framework for setting up National Board for Conservation and Augmentation of Medicinal Plants, 1998 — Click here to see the full document N 118

B31. Enigma of Intellectual Property Rights: How long shall we miss the opportunities?, Invited paper pre-sented at the 49th Indian Pharmaceutical Congress, Trivandrum Dec 20, 1997.– N94 Click here to see the full document.

B32. (With Vijaya Sherry Chand, Dea de Lima Vidal, and A.E.Nivsarkar) Role of Farmers in Use, Develop¬ment and Maintenance of Animal Genetic Resources: Building Upon Indigenous Knowledge and Institutions. Paper prepared for 6th WCGALP Congress. — N92 Click here to see the full document

B33. Institutional Pathways for Sustainability: A note for discussion, presented at Forum 97: New Linkages in Conservation and Development in Istanbul, Turkey, November 16-19, 1997. — N90 Click here to see the full document

B34. (With Kirit K Patel, et al) Participatory Research: Will the Koel Hatch the Crow’s Eggs, paper presented in the International Seminar on Participatory Research and Gender Analysis for Technology Develop¬ment, organised by CIAT, Colombia, 1996; Published in New Frontiers in Participatory Research and Gender Analysis, as proceedings of the Conference, 1997, pp.209-243.– N83 Click here to see the pre published version of the paper

B35. Technologies, Institutions and Incentives for Conservation of Biodiversity in Non-OECD Countries: Assessing Needs for Technical Co-operation, presented at OECD Conference on Biodiversity Conserva¬tion Incentive Measures in Cairns, Australia, March 25-29, 1996, published in the proceedings, “Invest¬ing In Biological Diversity: The Cairns Conference”, Paris: OECD,1997, pp.305-329. — N66 Click here to see the full document

B36. The Nature, Agriculture and Nurturing Societies: Learning from Those Who Care and Conserve: Honey Bee Experience, paper presented in the Annual Conference of CEDIA organised in Copenhagen, Denmark during 13 – 15 October, 1996 on the theme of “A World Market for Agronomists: Can a Starving and a Well-fed Communicate?” — N64 Click here to see the full document

B37. Getting Creative Individuals and Communities Their Due: Framework for Operationalizing Article 8J and 10C. Draft paper invited by CBD Secretariat. 1996 — N56 Click here to see the full document

B38. Indigenous Knowledge, Conservation and Utilisation of Animal Germplasm, Paper prepared for FAO’s Strategy for conservation of global animal germplasm, 1996, Paper Prepared for Expert Group consulta¬tion for Global Animal Diversity Conservation, FAO, Rome Click here to see the full document

B39. Dilemma in Conservation of Biodiversity: Ethical, Equity and Moral Issues — a review, Prepared for a workshop of Pew Conservation Scholars on Developing Ethical Guidelines for Accessing Biodiversity, Arizona, October, 1994, published under the title, “Ethical Dilemmas in Conservation of Biodiversity: Towards Developing Globally Acceptable Ethical Guidelines” in Eubios Journal of Asian and Interna¬tional Bioethics 5 (Japan), March 1995, pp.40-46 — N35 Click here to see the full document

B40. Suggested Ethical Guidelines for Accessing and Exploring Biodiversity – A Pew Conservation Scholars Initiative, October 21, 1994 (A collective effort of Pew Conservation Scholars based on three background notes including G 16 and G 17), published in Eubios Journal of Asian and International Bioethics 5 (Japan), March 1995, pp.38-40. — N28, N51Click here to see the full document

B41. Knowledge Centre: Building Upon What People Know, presented at the IFAD’s International Conference on Hunger & Poverty in Brussels during November 16-23, 1995. — N43 Click here to see the full document

B42. Commercialization of agricultural technologies, A note prepared for discussion at ICAR on the subject, 1994. — N36 Click here to see the full document

B43. (With Vijaya Sherry Chand) Alternatives for Action: SRISTI’s Vision on Prioritization of Investments under Biodiversity Convention – A Submission to Global Biodiversity Forum, Bahamas, November 26-29, 1994. — N29 Click here to see the full document

B44. Compensating Local Communities for Conserving Biodiversity: Shall We Save the Goose that Laid the Golden Eggs So Long, IIMA Working Paper No.1206, August 1994. – Click here to see the full document – N21

B45. Ethical Issues in Prospecting Biodiversity, IIMA Working Paper No.1205, August 1994. –N25 Click here to see the full document

B46. Biotechnology for Livestock Improvement: Some issues and perspectives, published in Commercializa¬tion of Biotechnologies for Agriculture and Aquaculture: Status and Constraints in India (eds., U.K.Srivastava, S.Chandrasekhar), New Delhi, Oxford & IBH Publishing Co.Pvt.Ltd., pp.117-126, 1993. — N11C Click here to see the full document

B47. (With Aseem Prakash) On Internalization of Externalities, IIMA WP No.1126, August 1993. — N12 Click here to see the full document

B48. Developing technologies for sustainable resource management: Eating your cake and having it too! Paper presented at an International Course on Technology Triangle-linking scientists, extension workers and farmers at Royal Agri. and Vety. Univ., Denmark, April 6 – 10, 1992. — N11F Click here to see the full document

B49. Eco Institutional Perspective on Maintaining Diversity, presented at the Second Conference of Interna¬tional Society of Ecological Economics on Investing in Natural Capital, Stockholm, August 1992, IIMA W.P No.1060, 1992 — N8 Click here to see the full document

B50. Why does poverty persist in regions of high biodiversity? : A case for indigenous property right system, Paper invited for the International conference on Property Rights and Genetic Resources sponsored by IUCN, UNEP and ACTS at Kenya, June 10-16, 1991. — M5 Click here to see the full document

B51. (With Kirit K Patel and B.L.Patil) Conserving Diversity for Sustainable Development, The Case of Plants of Insecticidal and Veterinary Medicine Importance. Presented at Project Design Workshop on Genetic Resources for Sustainable Agriculture, convened by M.S.Swaminathan Research Foundation, Madras, November 22 – 23, 1991. IIMA Working Paper No.1003. Click here to see the full document — N11

B52. Sustainability Through Biodiversity: Designing Crucible of Culture, Creativity and Conscience. Pre-sented at International Conference on Biodiversity and Conservation held at Danish Parliament, Copen¬hagen, November 8, 1991. IIMA Working Paper No.1005; published in the book, Criteria and Indicators of Sustainability in Rural Development: A Natural Resource Perspective. (Ed., Anil K Gupta) New Delhi and Calcutta: Oxford & IBH Publishing Co.Pvt.Ltd., 2001, pp. 179 – 226. — N2 Click here to see the full document

B53. Biodiversity and Poverty vis-à-vis Biotechnology and Prosperity. IIMA Working Paper No.954, August 1991.– M6 Click here to see the full document

B54. Portfolio of Incentives for Conservation of Biodiversity: Honey Bee Perspective Click here to see the full document

B55. (With Y. Sulochana) Models Of Technology Generation & Diffusion: A Review, EEP II/1983 Click here to see the full document

C. Theme: Ethics and IPRs

C1. [With Subodh Bishnoi, et al] Understanding Indian Performance on IPR Front: Towards an Inclusive Innovation System, MDP on IPR, 8-10 Feb 2011 Click here to see the full document

C2. Emerging IPR Consciousness in India: Strengthening IP and Open Source Systems of Technological Innovations VIKALPA, VOL. 33, NO 2, APRIL – JUNE 2008 Click here to see the full document

C3. Ethical issues in agricultural research, technology and intellectual property rights, Paper Presented at the International H E Babcock Workshop on Ethics, Globalization, and Hunger, Cornell University, Nov 17-19, 2004 – N159 Click here to see the full document

C4. Value addition to local Kani tribal knowledge: patenting, licensing and benefit sharing, W.P.No.2002-08—02, August 2002, A case study based on the data collected from Kani tribe, Kerala, India.- N143 Click here to see the full document

C5. Role of Intellectual property Rights in the Benefit Sharing Arrangements: The Case of Bio-resources Development and Conservation Programme in Nigeria, W.P.No.2002-08-03, August 2002 – A case study based on the data collected from Nigeria –N144 Click here to see the full document

C6. Is All TK A Prior Art? How to make IPR regime responsive to the needs of small, scattered and disadvantaged innovators and traditional knowledge holders: Honey Bee experience, presented at the Conference on International Patent System in Geneva during March 25-27, 2002 -N145 Click here to see the full document

C7. Intellectual Property, Traditional Knowledge and Genetic Resources: Conserving Biodiversity and Rewarding Associated Knowledge and Innovation Systems: Honey Bee Perspective, presented at the International Conference on IPR, Internet Electronic Commerce and Traditional Knowledge, May 29-31, 2001 in Sofia (Ref: www.wipo.org/ip-conf-bg/en/documents/doc/sof01_3_8.doc) Click here to see the full document

C8. Making IPR regime responsive to the needs of small, scattered and disadvantaged innovators and traditional knowledge holders: Agenda for Policy and Institutional Change, presented at the Workshop on Traditional Knowledge in London on 24th Jan 2002 organised by Commission on Intellectual Property Rights, UK (http://www.IPRcommission.org/meetingsSubs.asp?primary=20) Click here to see the full document — N 124

C9. Competitive Strategy for Agricultural Exports Through Value addition: The Intellectual Property Rights Perspective, The draft note is prepared for the discussions in the meeting of Gujarat Government committee On WTO and Agriculture, Sept 3, 2001, IIMA campus, Ahmedabad – N 133 Click here to see the full document

C10. Do Patents Matter: WTO and Agriculture, presented at WTO Expert Committee Meeting IIMA, 3 Sept 2001 — N 131 Click here to see the full document

C11. IP for Traditional Knowledge: Recognising, Respecting and Rewarding Creativity and Innovation at Grassroots, Paper presented at the Second WIPO International Conference on Electronic Commerce and Intellectual Property, Geneva, 19-21 September, 2001 – N 122 Click here to see the full document

C12. Will Patents preserve the experimental and innovative spirit at grassroots? Traditional Knowledge, Contemporary Grassroots Innovation and Intellectual property Rights, presented at the UNEP Workshop on Intellectual Property Rights, the WTO TRIPS Agreement and the Environment. Geneva, 10 December 2001 Click here to see the full document — N 120

C13. How Can Asian Countries Protect Traditional Knowledge, Farmers Rights and Access to Genetic Resources through the Implementation or Review of the WTO TRIPS Agreement, Presented at The Joint ICTSD/CEE/HBF Regional Dialogue for Governments and Civil Society, organised by International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development, Geneva at Chiang Mai, Thailand March 29 – 30, 2001 — N 128 Click here to see the full document

C14. Ethics of Extraction: Biodiversity and Indigenous Knowledge, IIMA Working Paper No.99-10-05, October 1999 and later published in Protecting Biological Diversity under the title Blending Universal and Local Ethics: Accountability towards Nature, Perfect Strangers and Society (Eds. Catherine Potvin, Margaret Kraenzel and Gilles Seutin) , London, Ithaca, McGill-Queen’s University Press, Montreal & Kingston, p. 129-148, 2001 — N95 Click here to see the full document

C15. Making Indian Agriculture more Knowledge Intensive and Competitive: The Case of Intellectual Property Rights, keynote paper prepared for 59th Annual Conference of The Indian Society of Agricultural Economics held in December 1-3,1999, published in Indian of Agricultural Economics, Vol.54 .No.3, July-Sept., 1999, p.341-369. and in Indian Agriculture in the New Millennium: Changing Perceptions and Development Policy (Eds. N.A.Mujumdar and Uma Kapila), Academic Foundation, p.285 – 327 , 2006 — N106 Click here to see the full document

C16. Implications of WTO On Indian Agriculture: The Case Of Intellectual Property Rights And Emerging Biosafety Protocol, 1999; 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 — N111 Click here to see the full document

C17. (With Riya Sinha) Should we save, what serves only human ends? A review on Environmental Ethics, published under the title, ‘Environmental Conservation: Ethical Concerns’ in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, Elsevier Science Ltd., p. 4602 – 4607, 2001 Click here to see the full document

C18. Accessing Biological Diversity and Associative Knowledge System: Can Ethics Influence Equity?, IIMA WP No.1340, November 1996, presented in the Global Biodiversity Forum, Jakarta, 4-5 November 1995. – N 45 Click here to see the full document

C19. Ethics of Foreign aid: Why is it always ignored?, published in “Criteria for Foreign Aid” (Ed.Frands Dolberg), Aarhus: The Development Research Working Group, University of Aarhus, Denmark, 1992, pp.30-50. — N11E Click here to see the full document

C20. Ethical dilemma in Accessing, Utilisation and Conservation of Biodiversity: Recognising, Respecting and Rewarding Creativity of Conservators — N96

C21. Do Patents Matter: An overview of patents by Indian in USPTO till Aug 2001, MDP on Harnessing Intellectual Property for Strategic Competitive Advantage, April 8-10, 2002, IIMA- N146 Click here to see the full document

C22. (With Ram Kumar Verma) Evolution of Ethical Dilemma and Value conflicts in Social Science Research: An annotated essay, 1986 Click here to see the full document

D. Theme: Ecology/Environment/Common Property Resource Management

D1. Environmental Aspects of Social change: Agenda for statistical research, presented at the Workshop on Statistical Science and Environmental Policy: Possible Interactions at Indian Statistical Institute, Calcutta 11 – 13 January 2000, published in Sustainable Environments: Ecological, Economic, Sociocultural and Statistical Aspects (Eds. A.K.Ghosh, J.K.Ghosh, Barun Mukhopadhyay), 2004, ISI, Calcutta, p. 163-181. Click here to see the full document — N 115

D2. Environmental Implications of Intellectual Property Protection (IPP): Can individual and community conservation ethic and creativity be rewarded through IPP, paper prepared for Brainstorming meeting on TRIPS and Environment, October 11, 1999, UNEP, Geneva Click here to see the full document — N 114

D3. Ecological Complexities and Environmental Uncertainties: The Statistical Challenges or Is Optimal Ambiguity Zero?, Talk delivered at ISI, Calcutta in a national seminar on Survey Research, Feb 7-8, 1997 — N80. Click here to see the full document

D4. New Economic Policies and Environment: The Case of Biodiversity Conservation, published in Envi-ronment and Development (Ed. M.S.Rathore), Jaipur & New Delhi; Rawat Publications, 1996, pp.146-166. — N42 Click here to see the full document

D5. Managing Environments Sustainably through Understanding and Assimilating Local Knowledge: The Case of Honey Bee, Jan 1996, IIMA WP No.1337, November 1996 — N58 Click here to see the full document

D6. Joint Implementation: Transaction Cost Analysis of some Scenarios, International Conference on Climate Convention and Joint Implementation, Developmental Alternatives, New Delhi, 1995 — N78 Click here to see the full document

D7. Saga of a Star Fish: How do we participate in the People’s design of Institutions for natural Resource management, Paper written for APDC, Kualalumpur, presented at the workshop at Bangkok, Nov 19-20, 1992, and published under the title, “Sustainable Institutions for Natural Resource Management: How do we participate in people’s plans?” by APDC in People’s Initiatives for Sustainable Development: Less¬ons of Experience (Eds., Syed Abdus Samad, Tatsuya Watanabe and Seung-Jin Kim), Chapter 15, pp.341-373, 1995. — N10, N14 Click here to see the full document Click here to see another version of the paper

D8. Rethinking Policy Options for Watershed Management by Local Communities: Combining Equity, Effi-ciency and Ecological-Economic Viability, published in Indian Farming, Volume 44, No.10, January 1995, pp.3-14, IIMA WP No.1341, November 1996 — N32, N62 Click here to see the full document

D9. Aseem Prakash and Anil K. Gupta, 1994, “Institutions and Environmental Sustainability: Reflections on Ecological Economics,” In Willem A. Hamel (ed) Proceedings of the Ecol-Environmangement Group, pp. 39-49, The Association of Manage¬ment, 12th Annual Conference, Dallas, Texas, August 10-13. – N77 Click here to see the full document

D10. Survey of Existing Capacity in Environmental Economics in India — this report is produced as a part of the institutional collaboration between the Environmental Economics Unit, Department of Economics, Gothenburg University and Swedish International Development Authority, February 1994. — N39 Click here to see the full document

D11. (With Kirit K Patel, A R Pastakia, Vijaya Sherry Chand, Jitendra H Suthar, Shailesh Shukla) Efficiency of Indigenous Ecological Knowledge System for Sustainable Natural Resource management, 1994. Click here to see the full document

D12. Indicators as Indigenous Ecological Knowledge: ‘Lamp Posts’, ‘Crossroads’ and ‘Turning Points’, paper presented at International Workshop on Indicators, IDRC, Uganda, 1994 Click here to see the full document – N38

D13. Environmental Policy Analysis for Maintaining Diversity, The Indian Journal of Social Science, Vol.7, No.1, 1994, New Delhi, Sage Publications, pp.1-31. — N11A, N40 Click here to see the full document

D14. Nature Within and Without: Understanding environment by being part of it. Presented at University of Aarhus, Denmark on November 11, 1992. — N18 Click here to see the full document

D15. Household Survival through Commons: Performance in an Uncertain World. Paper presented at Interna¬tional Conference on Sustainability Through Commons, Duke University, September, 1990 and revised version presented at International conference of Society of Advancements in Socio-Economics and IAREP, Stock¬holm, June 16-19,1991. — L21– M2 Click here to see the full document

D16. How Common is Commons : Political Economy of Wasteland Development. Paper prepared for Semi¬nar on Control of Drought, Desertification and Famine, 17-18 May, 1986, India International Centre, New Delhi, pp 1 – 16; also in Economics Times, 1986, and modified draft published by INTACH, New Delhi. — G4 Click here to see the full document.

D17. Socio Ecology of Stress: Why do common Property Resource Management Projects Fail?: A Case Study of Sheep and Pasture Development Project in Rajasthan, India – Paper presented at conference on Management of CPR, National Academy of Sciences, BOSTID, US, Annapolis, April 21-26, 1985; ; proceedings published by National Research Council, Washington, D.C. USA, 1986, pp. 305-322. — F7 Click here to see the full document

D18. Managing Common Property Resources: Some issues in Institutional Design, Paper presented in NAS Conference on CPR, Annapolis, April 21-26, 1985; Click here to see the full document

D19. Socio-Ecology of Natural Stress, Technological Change and Human Response in Bhutan, written under UNESCO’s sub-programme on Inter Relationship Between Population Environment and Technological Progress, 1985, UNESCO, Paris, Mimeo. — F8 Click here to see the full document

D20. (With P.S.Ramakrishnan and K.C.Malhotra) An Operational Framework for Developing Indicators of Sustainability, published in the book, Criteria and Indicators of Sustainability in Rural Development: A Natural Resource Perspective. New Delhi and Calcutta: Oxford & IBH Publishing Co.Pvt.Ltd., 2001, pp. 421 – 424 Click here to see the full document

E. Theme: Household Economy in Stress Prone Ecological Regions Like Drought Prone Regions: Socio-Ecological Perspective

E1. Household Survival Strategies in Risky Ecological Context: Matching Individual, Institutional and State Response, presented at 7th World Congress of Rural Sociology, Bolgua, 1988) Click here to see the full document – J4

E2. Can Candle Continue to Burn at Both the Ends: Reorienting Research Priorities in Ninth Five Year Plan, CMA Monograph No.179, Agricultural Development Paradigm for the Ninth Plan under New Economic Environment (Ed.Bhupat M.Desai, IIMA), New Delhi, Calcutta, Oxford & IBH Publishing Co.Pvt. Ltd., 1997, pp.332-381. — N78A. Click here to see the full document list of studies/CONF.PAPERS 1979-2003/Socio-Ecological Paradigm.rtf

E3. Poverty Process – Some leaves from the lives of rural poor, 1985 – F14 Click here to see the full document

E4. Unheard Voice: Women and Homestead utilization system, 1986 – G8 Click here to see the full document

E5. Managing Ecological Diversity, Simultaneity, Complexity and Change: An Ecological Perspective. W.P.No. 825. IIM Ahmedabad. P 115, 1989, Third survey on Public Administration, Indian Council of Social Science Research, New Delhi. Published in “A Public Survey of Research in Public Administra-tion, 1980-1990 (Ed.V.A.Pai Panandiker), 1997, pp.431-495. — K9 Click here to see the full document

E6. Blowing Ten myths about agroforestry: Restoring the productivity of Marginal Dry Regions, IIMA WP No.1235, February 1995, published in Agroforestry Systems for Sustainable Land Use, Ed., Panjab Singh, P.S.Pathak and M.M.Roy, 1994 New Delhi; Oxford & IBH Publishing Pvt.Ltd. – N71 Click here to see the full document

E7. Pastoral Adaptation to Risks in Dry Regions : A Framework for Analysis, published in Studies in History (Sage, New Delhi), 1991, 7 (2) pp.325-341.– M10 Click here to see the full document

E8. Drought, Deprivation and Sustainable Development: Why are the Public Policies so weak?, April 1991, IIMA Working Paper No.931. An earlier version was invited for contribution for Engineering Science Section, 78th Indian Science Congress, Indore, Jan 3 – 8, 1991. — M1 Click here to see the full document

E9. The Design of Resource-delivery Systems: A Socio-ecological Perspective, Int. Studies of Management and Organization, Vol-18, no-4.pp 64-82, 1989. – J12 Click here to see the full document

E10. National Grazing Policy : Incorporating the Victim’s Point of View, Rangeland Resource and Man-agement, Range Management Society of India, IGFRI, Jhansi, Nov. 1988, pp 453-457.– H8, J33 Click here to see the full document

E11. Role of Women in Risk Adjustment in Drought Prone Regions with Special Reference to Credit Prob-lems, October 1987, IIM Working Paper No. 704. — H4 Click here to see the full document

E12. Drought and Deprivation: Socio-Ecology Of Stress, Survival and Surrender, Seminar on Control of Drought Desertification and Famine, IIC, New Delhi; IIM-Bangalore; INTACH, May 1986 and revised draft at World Congress of Sociology, New Delhi, 1986. Click here to see the full document — G3

E13. Socio-Ecology of Grazing Land Management, Rangelands: A Resource Under Siege, Proceeding of the Second International Rangeland Congress, edited by P.J. Jose, P.W. Lynch and D.B. Williams, Austra-lian Academy of Sciences, Canberra, 1986, (IIM Working Paper No. 524,1984), pp.288-291. — E3, G13, G14 Click here to see the full document

E14. Socio-Ecological Paradigm for Analyzing Problems of Poor in Dry Regions, Ecodevelopment News, (Paris) No.32-33, March 1985,pp 68-74. – Click here to see the full document — F2, F3

E15. On Organising Equity: Are Solutions Really the Problem?, Journal of Social and Economic Studies, Vol.2, No.4, October 1985, pp 295- 312. — F4 Click here to see the full document

E16. Agenda for Research in Dry Regions: Socio- ecological perspective, IIM Working Paper No.537, November, 1984. Click here to see the full document — E5

E17. Analytical Review of Selected CMA studies in Dry Region: 1973-83, IIM Working Paper 536, 1984. Click here to see the full document — E1

E18. Reconceptualizing National Policy for Drought Click here to see the full document — N 119

E19. Socio-Ecology of Land Use Planning in Semi-Arid Regions”, September 1984, IIM Working Paper No.525, p.33, Commonwealth Workshop on Land Use Planning in Tropics, BARI & IIMA, Jan 28-Feb 2, 1984, Ahmedabad. — Click here to see the full document – E4, E6

E20. Impoverishment in Drought Prone Regions: A view from within: (Joint field study SDC/NABARD/IIM-A) CMA, IIM, Ahmedabad, 1983, p.573. — D8 Click here to see the full document

E21. Seasonality, Stratification and Staying on Process in Semi-Arid Regions” June 1982, IIM Working Paper No.428. Click here to see the full document FIGURES ARE TO BE INSERTED — C2

E22. A Note on Internal Resource Management in Arid Regions Small Farmers-Credit Constraints: A Para-digm, Agricultural Systems (UK), 1981, Vol.7 (4) 157-161. Click here to see the full document

E23. Urgent Issues in Drought Management: Is it too late to act? – J3 Click here to see the full document

F. Theme : Rural Credit

F1. (With Manu Shroff) Rural Credit: How Do the Poor See It? Vikalpa, Vol.12,No.4, October, December, 1987 Click here to see the full document

F2. Banking For Rural Transformation: Issues for the Nineties. IIM, Ahmedabad. W.P. No.886, 1990. p.47, National Seminar on Banking, IDS Jaipur. Published in Rural Credit: Issues for the Nineties (Ed.Surjeet Singh, IDS, Jaipur), Oxford & IBH Publishing Co.Pvt.Ltd., 1991, pp.50 – 90. — L15 Click here to see the full document

F3. (With Mukul Sanwal and Parashar) Inter-Organizational Coordination for Developmental Banking in Backward Regions: A Caselet based on the Analysis of the Minutes of DCC and DLRC Meetings in a Hill District., Part of NABARD sponsored study;1988. – J2 Click here to see the full document

F4. Banking in Backward Regions : Banks-NGO-Poor Interface -Alternatives for Action, May 1987, IIM Working Paper No.675, in Indian Journal of Public Administration, Vol.XXXIII (3) Nos. 662-679, July-September 1987. — H2 Click here to see the full document

F5. Credit Arrangements for Drought Prone Regions: Policy Prescriptions and Planners’ Reaction, Septem¬ber 1983, IIM Working Paper No.478, background paper for National Seminar organised by NABARD on author’s research findings. — D2 – Click here to see the full document

F6. Small Farmer: Credit Constraints – A Paradigm, published in Social Administration Development and Change, edited by T.N.Chaturvedi and Shanta Kohli Chandra, IIPA, New Delhi, 1980, P.395-403. — B10 Click here to see the full document

F7. Reorienting Dryland Research in India: Students’, Scientists’ and Farmers’ point of view: J5 Click here to see the full document

G. Theme: Rural Development, Organizational theory and learning in Organizations

G1. Symbols of singularity, alienation and exclusion: How to nourish roots of pluralism in Indian society, Revised draft of the presentation at the national seminar on National Integration and Multiple Identities, Dialectics of Inclusiveness and Exclusion in Indian Society, at the Indian Institute of Advanced Studies, Shimla, September 15-16, 2007, organised by the Indian council of Philosophical Research, New Delhi – P13 Click here to see the full document

G2. (With Vijay Pratap Singh Aditya) Contours of collaboration: Coping with disasters through effective inter-organisational networks, talk delivered at the seminar on “Disaster Management and the Armed Forces: A National Effort” on 11th September 2002 at the Air Force Auditorium, Subroto Park, New Delhi and published later by the Army Headquarters and Institution of Engineers, New Delhi in their souvenir, p. 61 – 69, 2002 – N147 Click here to see the full document

G3. (With Karma Ura) Reciprocity: Making Development a Two Way Street, IIMA WP No.1336, Novem-ber 1996 — N47, N57 Click here to see the full document

G4. Designing Flexible Organizations for Sustainable Technological Change: Getting Closer to the Client, 1995.

G5. Lessons for Learners. IIM, Ahmedabad. W.P. No-850, 1990, P 15.– L20 Click here to see the full document .

G6. Organizational Response to Crisis: Case of Fair Food Industries, 1982, Click here to see the full document

G7. Politics of Articulation, Mediating Structures and Voluntarism: From ‘Chauraha’ To ‘Chaupal’. IIM,Ahmedabad. W.P. no-894. 1990, p 73; prepared for an International research programme on Political Discourse in India, York University, UK. – Click here to see the full document — L11

G8. Ecology, Market Forces and Design of Resource Delivery Organizations, paper prepared for International Conference on Organizational and Behavioural Perspective for Social Development, Dec. 29, 1986-January 2, 1987 also in Int. Studies in Management and Organization, 18(4) 64-82, 1989. — G2, H17 Click here to see the full document

G9. Why Poor don’t Cooperate: Lessons from Traditional Organizations with Implication for Modern Organ¬izations, IIMA WP. No. 468, July 1983 and published in Research Relationship Politics and Practice of Social Research, Clare G. Wanger (ed.), George Allen and Unwin, London,1987, pp.111-127– H1 Click here to see the full document list of studies/CONF.PAPERS 1979-2003/Why poor people don’t cooperate.doc

G10. Managing Access, Assurance and Ability: What would Rural Development Managers Learn and Un-learn? Working Paper No. 710, Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad, October, 1987, Presented at International Conference on Designing Curriculum for Rural Development Training, Kenne¬dy School of Government, Harvard University, Boston, 1987. — H9 Click here to see the full document

G11. Rediscovering the lost goals: a participatory institution building exercise involving a voluntary agency in a dry region, IIM-Mimeo, 1985. — D1, E13 Click here to see the full document

G12. Poverty, Population and IRDP, “The Economic Times”, April 9, 1984, note circulated to the Working Group on Rural Development, VII F.Y.P, Planning Commission, New Delhi, 1985.

G13. Matching People and Programme but at what Price? Case of Organizing Drinking Water Supply in a Backward District, Vikalpa, 10(3) July-Sept., 1985, pp. 241-248. — F9 Click here to see the full document

G14. Issues for Research on Rural Development in South Asia: IIM Working Paper No.543, 1984. — E9 – Click here to see the full document

G15. Why don’t we learn: Monitoring Barriers to ‘our’ learning through ‘their’ knowledge, invited paper, National Seminar on ‘Community Participation and Management of Rural Development”, Delhi Universi¬ty, 1984, IIM Working Paper No.542.– E11 Click here to see the full document

G16. Cooperation in Cooperatives: Contributions of Risk, Resource and Skills, Paper presented at XV CIRIEC Congress, Florence, 1984, IIMA WP No.374, July 1985, published in Encyclopaedia of Cooperative Management (5) – Cooperatives and Human Resource Development: Tapping Manpower Resources, New Delhi, Deep & Deep Publica¬tions, pp.294 – 298. — F5 Click here to see the full document

G17. ‘Land Reforms’: Implications for Migration, Employment and Food, “The Economic Times” August 24 & 25, 1983 — D6.

G18. Designing Developmental Organization: Search for an Indian Theory, W.P. 444, 1982, p.28, accepted in the XIX Congress International Des Sciences Administrative, Berlin, September 1983. — C13 Click here to see the full document

G19. Organisational response to crisis: Case of fair food industries, 1982, C4 Click here to see the full document

G20. Issues in Rural Labour Mobility in Arid Regions: A Case Illustration, 1980, 37 p. Included in symposi-um on “Movements of Consciousness” organized by SFAA, Edinburgh, April 16, 1981. — B6 Click here to see the full document

H. Theme : Micro-level Planning

H1. Creating demand systems :Journal 2,A field report of an action research project on creation of demand groups of poor by bureaucracy in three tribal districts with similar people and dissimilar administration ,a joint CMA-PSG project,1982-1985,IIM working paper No.649, 1986. — G5 Click here to see the full document

H2. (With Prof. Kuldeep Mathur) Action Research for Micro, Level Planning: A Self Appraisal International Review of Administrative Sciences Vol. L(1) 60-68, 1984. — C6, E10 Click here to see the full document

H3. Evaluation as Feedback to Policy – A Note Based on Review of 28 Evaluation Reports on Agricultural Credit Projects by Banks- Paper prepared for the NABARD Workshop at Goa, December 1982. — B9 Click here to see the full document (Figures have to be inserted)

H4. Monitoring of Rural Projects Through People’s Participation, Ekistics, 1981, 291, pp.434-442 extended version published as Social Effects of Rural Projects Monitoring Through People’s Participation, in International Review of Administrative Sciences, No.3, 1981, Vol.XLVII, pp.241-251. — B4, B12 Click here to see the full document

I. Theme : Technology/ Agricultural Research Management

I 1. Linking Grassroots Innovations, Enterprise, Investments, In¬centives and Institutions: Democratizing knowledge through Honey Bee Network Click here to see the full document

I 2. (With Shailesh Shukla, Darshit Shah, Pawan Mehra and Murali Krishna) Consumer Response to Green Market Opportunities, presented at National Workshop on Marketing of Organic Food Products, ISAM, Ahmedabad, August 2, 1997. N-86 Click here to see the full document Click here to see another version of the paper

I 3. (With Kirit K Patel, A.R.Pastakia and P.G.Vijaya Sherry Chand) Building Upon Local Creativity and Entrepreneurship in Vulnerable Environments, published in Empowerment for Sustainable Development: Towards Operational Strategies (Ed.Vangile Titi and Naresh Singh), Nova Scotia, Canada; Fernwood Publishing Limited; New Jersey, Zed Books Limited,pp.112-137, 1995. — N22 Click here to see the full document

I 4. Transferring Science For Development and Diffusion of Technology: Agenda For Recasting Extension Science Research For Drylands/Rainfed Regions. IIM, Ahmedabad. October 1989, P 45., also presented at International Conference in ‘Making the Link’, ISNAR, The Hague, November 1989, Excerpts pub¬lished in Indian Farming; published under the title, Development and Diffusion of Technology: Recast¬ing Extension Science for Drylands, in Dryland Farming in India: Constraints and Challenges, (Ed.) Dr.J.L.Raina, Jaipur, 1994, pp No.310-340. – Click here to see the full document — K13, N30

I 5. Can You add without Subtraction: Reorienting Agricultural Research for Sustainable Outcomes, Invited contribution in the First Agricultural Science Congress, National Academy Of Agricultural Sciences, Nov 12-14, 1992, IARI, New Delhi; published under the title, Can We Add Without Subtraction: Some Awkward Questions for Revitalizing Agricultural Research Strategies, in Proceedings of First Agricul¬tural Science Congress, Ed.Prem Narain, New Delhi, National Academy of Agricultural Sciences, 1993, pp.122-129. — N23 Click here to see the shorter version of the paper

I 6. Proceedings of one-day faculty seminar on “Institution Building Experience of IIMA Fculty: Lessons for future, 1992 – N 11B Click here to see the full document

I 7. Sustainable Development of Indian Agriculture: Green Revolution Revisited. IIM, Ahmedabad. 1990, P 10. IIM working Paper, Excerpts published in Food matters, 1991. — L12 Click here to see the full document

I 8. On farm research for minimizing risk in rainfed agriculture: Social ecological and institutional perspective, 1990 – 1991 Click here to see the full document

I 9. (With P N Khandwalla, I M Pandey, V R Gaikwad and U K Srivastava) Reorganization for Revitaliza-tion: A Report On Reorganization of ICAR Head Quarters, CMA, IIM-A, 1991. — N11D, F37 Click here to see the full document

I 10. Integration of Livestock with Agro-Climatic Zone Based Land Use Planning: issues for follow up, A report of a workshop on the subject sponsored by Planning Commission, March 4, 1991, CMA, at IIM Ahmedabad.-M11 Click here to see the full document

I 11. The Right To Resource: Peasant Knowledge, Protocol of Its ‘Extraction’ and Ethics of Collaboration In Extractions. W.P.No.851, January 1990, P 12. Also published in brief as Peasant Knowledge – Who has rights to use it? ILEIA, News Letter, March 1990. pp 24-25. — L9 Click here to see the full document

I 12. Portfolio Approach to FSR and Extension: A Theoretical Departure, the paper presented at International Conference on Farming System Research and Extension, Michigan, USA, October 14-17, 1990 and revised draft presented at International Symposium on Risk Minimization , ICAR, New Delhi, April 1991. — L14 Click here to see the full document

I 13. Linkages for Lateral Learning among farmers, scientists and extension workers: Story of Match makers and lessons for Link breakers. ISNAR. Paper prepared for the International Workshop, Making the Link between Agricultural Research and Technology Users , The Hague, Netherlands, November 20-25, 1989. — Click here to see the full document K22, L16

I 14. On the Concept of Knowledge: The Conundrum of Criticism (ILEIA) April 11-12,1988. Control and Commitment in Peasant Science, key note paper at a conference on Farmer Participatory Research at Leusden; ILIEA. Click here to see the full document – J10

I 15. (Co-author),Strengthening On-Farm Rice Research In High Risk Environment Of Eastern India: An Institution Building Perspective.” At Farming System Research/Extension Symposium, University Of Arkansas, Fayetteville, USA, Oct 9- 12, 1988. – J23 Click here to see the full document

I 16. Technology for Dry Farming: How the Scientists, Students and Farmers View the Challenge?, October 1987, IIM Working Paper No. 708. — Click here to see the full document – H6

I 17. Organising and Managing the Poor Client Responsive Research System: Can Tail Wag the Dog? Paper presented in a Workshop on Farmers and Agricultural Research: Complementary Methods, Institute of Development Studies at the University of Sussex, U.K., 26-31 July, 1987. Presented at International Advisory Committee of ISNAR, meeting on-farm Client oriented Research at the Hague, Oct., 1987., H 7 — Click here to see the full document

I 18. Water Distribution, Use and Social Organization: Some Ifs and Buts – Paper presented for discussion at Gandhian Institute of Studies, Rajghat, in a workshop on “Problems and Research Methods in Irrigated Systems Related to Chak (Outlet) Requirements”, Varanasi, 27-31 July 1981. Paper also included in the proceedings of Gujarat Economics Conference, Nov. 1982, Ed. by Lakdawala & Patel; Ahmedabad. Click here to see the full document – C15

I 19. (With Y.Sulochana) Models of Technology Generation and Diffusion: A Review – D7 Click here to see the full document

I 20. Emerging Perspectives in FSR Research at BAU: Looking into dis¬tant future Click here to see the full document

I 21. Future Research Concerns in Dry Farming Regions: A Self-Critical Review Click here to see the full document – E14

J. Articles in Magazines/Newsletters/Newspapers

J1. [With Marianne Esders, Chetan Patel, Unnikrishnan Nair, R Baskaran] Landscapes of love, sharing and creative collaboration, Sustainable Living Urban Model Lab (S.L.U.M.) Magazine, Issue 8 [Ed., Lukas Feireiss], Fall 2013, 55 – 61. Click here to see the full document

J2. More from Less for Many, HQ Asia, Issue 03/2012, p.28-29 Click here to see the full document

J3. Fighting Corruption, Governance Now, December 16 – 31, 2011, pp.38.

J4. Grassroots Innovation: An interview with Anil Gupta, SGI [Soka Gakkal International] Quarterly, No. 67, January 2012, p. 4 – 6.

J5. “Foot soldiers of technology,” Financial Chronicle, (January 03, 2011), http://www.mydigitalfc.com/views/foot-soldiers-technology-696

J6. Water, wisdom and wars, Farming Matters, September 2010, pp.21 Click here to see the full document

J7. Seduce the scientist, Farming Matters, December 2009, pp.17 Click here to see the full document

J8. Questions and Answers: Prof. Anil K Gupta, Click here to see the full document http://online.wsj.com/article/SB125376926792036847.html

J9. The labourer’s manifesto, Indian Express, April 18, 2009 – R4 Click here to see the full document, http://www.indianexpress.com/news/the-labourers-manifesto/448247/

J10. Nature never has more than what it needs, DNA, April 12, 2009 – R5 Click here to see the full document, http://www.dnaindia.com/report.asp?newsid=1247146

J11. Mass involvement must for knowledge society, DNA, April 5, 2009, – R6 Click here to see the full document, http://www.dnaindia.com/report.asp?newsid=1245463

J12. Not Just Physical,” Indian Express, March 16, 2009 – R7 Click here to see the full document, http://www.indianexpress.com/news/not-just-physical/434972/

J13. Six Lakh Ideas, Indian Express, February 25, 2009 – R8 Click here to see the full document, http://www.indianexpress.com/news/six-lakh-ideas/427715/

J14. Innovation and the SME, Sensex, December 2007 – January 2008, Vol. 1, No.5, p. 47-49 – P14 Click here to see the full document

J15. Harnessing Knowledge Bank to Spur Growth, Times of India, January 9, 2006, p. 5 – O1 Click here to see the full document

J16. Saving Innovations, Vijay Times, February 19, 2006 – O2 Click here to see the full document

J17. Potter’s wheel, Outlook, 10th Anniversary Special Issue on Science and Technology, July 18, 2005, p.55 – N162 Click here to see the full document

J18. Convergence is not Congruence, “Digit” June 2005, p.94 – 95 – N163 Click here to see the full document

J19. We can certainly do better – Post-tsunami disaster management: An agenda for action, The Financial Express, 1st Jan 2005 – N164 Click here to see the full document

J20. Factoring social capital in the Calculus of Corporate Profits, Published in Vikalpa, Volume 29 (No.3), July – September 2004 – N160 Click here to see the full document

J21. Rights for all, “Managing Intellectual Property”, June 2002, Issue 120, p.34-37 – N148

J22. Rich in ideas: Grassroots creativity, “International Herald Tribune, October 11, 2001 Click here to see the full document

J23. Grassroots Innovations for Survival, “LEISA India, Vol.2, No.2, (July 2000), 20-21 — N 127 Click here to see the full document

J24. (With P.G.Vijaya Sherry Chand) Knowledge and Agency Creating Networks, Madhyam, Vol.XII No.2, 1998, pp.8-11 — N99 Click here to see the full document

J25. (With Vijaya Sherry Chand) A River Without Tributaries: Liberating the Mind Through Harnessing Grassroots Creativity, published in The Indian Journal of Public Administration (Quarterly Journal of The Indian Institute of Public Administration), July-Sept 1996, Vol.XLII, No.3, pg.288-301 — N75 Click here to see the full document

J26. Why is Media so Apathetic? Published in VIDURA: Journal of The Press Institute of India, New Delhi, Vol. 40, Issue No. 2 (2003), p. 8-10, N98 Click here to see the full document

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“Knowledge trapped within glass walls”, DNA, (September 13, 2009), 4.

“Braving the meandering trails of Mizoram”, DNA, (September 6, 2009), 4.

“India as a crucible of creativity: Unleashing the power”, DNA, (August 30, 2009), 4.

“Does women’s knowledge really matter?”,DNA, (July 19, 2009), 4.

“A windmill to run a ceiling fan: A sanctuary of ideas”, DNA, (July 12, 2009), 4.

“Shall this summer be a summer of ideas?”,DNA, (June 7, 2009), 4.

“When nature helped two girls find the solution”, DNA, (May 24, 2009), 4.

“See the world with the right perspective”, DNA, (May 10, 2009), 4.

“Backwaters of creativity: So-called ‘backward’ tribals”, DNA, (May 5, 2009), 4.

“Need of the hour: Common educational institution for villages”, DNA, (May 3, 2009), 4.

“Endow next generation with nature”, DNA, (April 26, 2009), 4.

“Taking note of grassroots innovators”, DNA, (April 14, 2009), 4.

Interviews / talks on video:

an interview/video on groundviews http://groundviews.org/2012/01/02/in-conversation-with-prof-anil-k-gupta-grassroots-innovation-and-development/

the honeybee network, shodh yatra, innovators http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3E_99TBtfUU

ted talk http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JHk9YVjhk7c

Recent Papers

1. Gupta, A., Dey, A., & Singh, G. (2017). Connecting corporations and communities: Towards a theory of social inclusive open innovation. Journal of Open Innovation: Technology, Market, and Complexity, 3(1), 17.
https://link.springer.com/article/10.1186/s40852-017-0062-3

2. Empathetic innovations for sustainable communities: Heuristics for extremely affordable innovations
https://www.researchgate.net/publication/303225517_Empathetic_innovations_for_sustainable_communities_Heuristics_for_extremely_affordable_innovations

3. Anamika Dey, Chetan Patel, Marianne Esders and Anil K Gupta,2015. Landscapes of love, sharing and caring for birds, squirrels and ants: redefining urbanity. In Social design-Public Action, Birkhäuser: Basel. Available at
http://www.degruyter.com/view/product/429922?rskey=oWWtME&result=2

4. Dey, A., Gupta, A., & Singh, G. (2017). Open Innovation at Different Levels for Higher Climate Risk Resilience. Science, Technology and Society, 22(3), 388-406.
http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/0971721817723242

5. Gupta, A. K., Dey, A. R., Shinde, C., Mahanta, H., Patel, C., Patel, R., … & Ganesham, P. (2016). Theory of open inclusive innovation for reciprocal, responsive and respectful outcomes: coping creatively with climatic and institutional risks. Journal of Open Innovation: Technology, Market, and Complexity, 2(1), 16.
https://link.springer.com/article/10.1186/s40852-016-0038-8

6. Dey, A., Singh, G., & Gupta, A. K. (2018). Women and Climate Stress: Role Reversal from Beneficiaries to Expert Participants. World Development, 103, 336-359.
https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0305750X17302553

7. Dey, A., Gupta, A. K., & Singh, G. (2017). Modelling Challenges for Climate and Community Resilient Socioecological Systems. In Mathematical Advances Towards Sustainable Environmental Systems (pp. 239-259). Springer, Cham.
https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-43901-3_11

anilg

Visiting Faculty, IIM Ahmedabad & IIT Bombay and an independent thinker, activist for the cause of creative communities and individuals at grassroots, tech institutions and any other walk of life committed to make this world a more creative, compassionate and collaborative place

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