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 Download
WTO and Agriculture, presented at WTO Expert Committee Meeting IIMA, 3 Sept 2001 Download
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 Download
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) Download
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 Download
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 Download
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) Download
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...
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. Download
Paper Presented at the International H E Babcock Workshop on Ethics, Globalization, and Hunger, Cornell University, Nov 17-19, 2004 Download
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