FOOD SAFETY REGULATIONS AND ISSUES OF CONCERN IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES

WRITINGS/PUBLICATIONS BY Prof. J GEORGE  

·‘No Wholesome fare, this’, The Hindu Business Line, Perspectives, 25 April 2006,page11, http://www.blonnet.com/2006/04/25/stories/2006042500121100.htm 

 ·        ‘Bill to Check Food Contaminants, The Tribune, 21 October 2005, p.7. http://www.tribuneindia.com/2005/20051021/edit.htm - 7.

·        “Food Processing Sector: Will it make transition from ‘outlay to outcome’?”, The Hindu Business Line, Chennai, 19 April 2005: 9. http://www.thehindubusinessline.com/ 2005/04/19/stories/2005041900350900.htm-21k

·        ‘Food Safety Standards and Market Access: Developing Country’s Scientists Get into a New Engagement with Trade’, Internet Journal of Food Safety, Vol. 5-2.  http://www.foodhaccp/internetjournal/ijfsv5-2.pdf

·        FOOD SAFETY REGULATION CONCERNS AND TRADE: The Developing Country Perspective (Edited Volume) Macmillan India Ltd., New Delhi: 2005.

 ·        Tailoring food safety to our needs[Monday 20 December 2004, The Economic Times, Delhi Edition]       http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/articleshow/964382.cms

·        Don’t shift onus of compliance on small farmers, producers[Wednesday 1 December 2004, The Financial Express, Delhi Edition] http://www.financialexpress.com/fe_full_story.php?content_id=75614 Food safety is a national concern and requires a dispassionate, candid approach

·        Producers' burden and consumers' cost: The story of food safety regulation in trade[The World Trade Review, Issue # 23, Vol.4, Opinion, 1-15 December 2004]Foreign Trade Policy (FTP 2004-2009) to be successful must establish engagement with myriad dimensions of food safety regulations.The advantages for … http://www.worldtradereview.com/news.asp?pType=N&iType=A&iID=96&siD=14&nID=18223

·        Food for thought for food standards and market access [TerraGreen , Issue # 63, June 2004] As talks over agricultural negotiations resume, J George takes a hard look at key issues on food science, safety and trade that developing countries face while competing with the developed ones.http://www.teriin.org/terragreen/issue63/feature.htm - f2

·       Can Developing Countries get into a new engagement on the issue of Food standards and market access?[The World Trade Review, Issue # 10, Vol.4, Opinion, 16-31 May 2004]http://www.worldtradereview.com/news.asp?pType=N&iType=A&iID=83&siD=14&nID=15345

·        Food standards and market access — Time for a new engagement [The Hindu Business Line, Thursday 11 September 2003] http://www.thehindubusinessline.com/2003/09/11/stories/2003091100080900.htm

·    Food safety: distorting standards that impede exports
[TerraGreen , Issue # 39, June 2003] In this in-depth article, various implications of WTO (World Trade Organization) regulations on India's agri-export are analysed. http://www.teriin.org/terragreen/issue39/essay.htm .

 WTO & Agriculture 

1.        J. George, … (2002), 'Processed Food Products Exports from India: An Exploration with SPS Regime'. http://rspas.anu.edu.au/economics/aciar/output.php[Download pdf file]

2.        ‘Bt Cotton: Ruining Third Green Revolution’, [www.freeindiamedia.com/agriculture/25_may_agri.htm]

3.       George, J. (2003) 'Is Oligarchic Conglomerate in Food Processing a Viable Alternative', Presentation[pdf] http://www.ris.org.in/prof.%20j.george.pdf

4.      ‘Intriguing Prelude to Cancun Ministerial’, Mainstream, Vol.XLI, No.37, August 30, 2003.

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5.      ‘Culture of Agriculture in WTO Negotiations’, Trade and Development Monitor: Cancun Special Issue, South Asia Watch on Trade, Economics and Environment (SAWTEE), Kathmandu, September 2003:2. [http://www.sawtee.org/newsletter/TDM 4 a.pdf].

6.      ‘Food Standards and Market Access – Time for a New Engagement’, Business Line, 11 September 2003.

7.      ‘The Politics of Agriculture’, TerraGreen, Issue # 44, 15 September, 2003.[http://static.teriin.org/terragreen/issue44/feature.htm - f2]

8.       ‘Implementation Issues in SPS: A Developing Country Perspective for Development Agenda on the Meandering Pathways from Doha to Cancun’, RIS Discussion Paper –DP # 58/2003(joint work) – October 2003.

9.      ‘SPS Measures and Non-Tariff Barriers for Small Holder Producers in Developing Countries’, the International Workshop on Livestock and Livelihoods: Challenges and Opportunities for Asia in the Emerging Market Environment during 10-12 November, 2003.

10.   ‘South Asian Agriculture Despite Cancun Setback: Balancing Livelihood Options with Three Pillars of AoA’, Regional Conference cum Training Background Papers on “Post Cancun Agenda for South Asia”, SAWTEE, Kathmandu.

11.   ‘WTO and Food Processing Industries in India: Impact and Challenges’ AAFFexions, Special Annual Number 2003, Afro-Asian Federation of Food Science & Technology Institutions, CFTRI, Mysore.  Released by Dr M.S. Swaminathan during IFCON-2003, December 5-8, 2003.

12.   ‘Food Industry’, Business Line, Friday 19 December 2003.

13.   ‘Agriculture Negotiations in WTO: Strategic Economic Management with Three Pillars of AoA’ Concept paper for the Centre for Law, Intellectual Property and Trade, Indian Law Institute, January 24, 2004, New Delhi.

14.   ‘Landscaping South Asian Agriculture’, Trade and Development Monitor, Vol. 3, No. 1, January 2004:8.

15.   ‘Agriculture Market Access After Cancun: Demystifying Formula from the Developing Countries Perspective’ – CUTS – February 2004 (joint work).

16.   ‘WTO and Food Processing Industries in India: Impact and Challenges’ Indian Food Industry, Vol.23, No.1, Jan.-Feb. 2004: 12-20.

17.   ‘International Food Safety Standards and Processed Food Exports: Preliminary Results of the Firm-Level Survey in India’ - Country Paper of the Research Project on International Food Safety Regulation and Processed Food Exports from Developing Countries: A Comparative Study of India and Thailand – Thammasat University-ACIAR, ANU Conference – 19 March 2004 (joint work). [http://rspas.anu.edu.au/economics/aciar/output.php]

18.   ‘Can Developing Countries Get into a New Engagement on the Issue of Food Standards and Market Access’, The World Trade Review , Issue No. 10, Vol. 4, 16-31 May 2004. [http://www.worldtradereview.com/]

19.   ‘Food for thought for food standards and market access’. TerraGreen, Issue # 63, 30 June 2004. [http://static.teriin.org/terragreen/issue63/feature.htm#f2]

20.   ‘Coconut Sector in WTO Regime’, National Coconut Development Congress, Coconut Development Board, 17-18 July 2004, Bangalore. PPT

21.   ‘Food Safety Regulation for Pesticides and Implications for Health and International Trade’, CSE Media Briefing Workshop on Poison and Nutrition, 4 August 2004: New Delhi. PPT

22.   ‘Liability and Policy Options in Biotechnology’, Economic and Political Weekly, Vol. 39, No. 32, 7 August 2004:3655-3656.

        [http:\\epw.org.in/showArticles.php?root=2004&leaf=08&filename=7535&filetype=htm]

23.   ‘Agriculture in the “July Package” of WTO’, The World Trade Review , Issue No. 16, Vol. 4, 16-31 August 2004.              [http://www.worldtradereview.com/news.asp?pType=N&iType=C&ilD=89&siD=14&nlD=16741&pPage=Y]

24.   ‘”July package” of WTO: Challenges to Haryana Agriculture’, The Tribune, Saturday 28 August 2004. [http://www.tribuneindia.com/2004/20040828/edit.htm - 6]

25.    ‘Producers’ burden and consumers’ cost: the story of food safety regulation in trade’, The World Trade Review, Issue No. 23, vol. 4, 1-15 December 2004.

        http://www.worldtradereview.com/]

26.    ‘Don’t shift onus of compliance on small farmers, producers: food safety is a national concern and requires a dispassionate, candid approach’ , The Financial Express, fe Insight: Technical Barriers in Food Trade, Wednesday 1 December 2004,.

       [http://www.financialexpress.com/fe_full_story.php?content_id=75614]

27.   ‘Tailor food safety to our needs’, The Economic Times, Monday 20 December 2004.

                http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/articleshow/964382.cms

28.   FOOD SAFETY REGULATION CONCERNS AND TRADE: The Developing Country Perspective (Edited Volume), Macmillan India Ltd., New Delhi: 2005.

29.   ‘Food Safety Standards and Market Access: Developing Country’s Scientists Get into a New Engagement with Trade’, Internet Journal of Food Safety, Vol. 5-2.

       [http://www.foodhaccp/internetjournal/ijfsv5-2.pdf].

30.   Food Processing Sector: Will it make transition from ‘outlay to outcome’?, The Business Line, Chennai, 19 April 2005: 9.

       [http://www.thehindubusinessline.com/bline/iw/2004/10/24/stories/2004102400681500.htm].

31.   ‘Veterinary Services and smallholder agriculture: A developing country’s vibrant economic perspective’, Oxford University, Welcome Trust Centre for History of Medicine, 25 June 2005.

32.   ‘Ensuring Quality of Seed’, The Tribune, 29 June 2005, OPED:7,

        [http://www.tribuneindia.com/2005/20050629/edit.htm - 7]

33.   ‘Sowing seeds of despair’, TerraGreen, Issue # 31 July 2005.

        [http://static.teriin.org/terragreen/issue89/essay.htm - f2]

34.   ‘Bill to Check Food Contaminants, The Tribune, 21 October 2005, p.7.

                 www.tribuneindia.com/2005/20051021/edit.htm#7.

35.    [PPT] “July Package” & South Asian Agriculture
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38.   [PDF] No.1-South Asian Agriculture
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39. Fair Trade Interventions for Standards and Market Access in Agricultural Products: Need for a Proactive Agenda’, PPT Presented at the Fair Trade Forum-India and Tara Projects Workshop on “Food and Agricultural Products: Fair Trade Avenues” 26 April 2006, Dehradun, Uttaranchal. [paper]  

            40. 'Make Wheat an essential commodity’, The Tribune, OPED, 28 June 2006,  [http://www.tribuneindia.com/2006/20060628/edit.htm - 7]

      41.‘Towards A Primary Sector Growth Policy in Haryana’ PPT in the Cost-Risk-Return Framework in Haryana session of the State Level Workshop on Draft National Policy for Farmers: Primary Sector growth Interest of Haryana on 6 July 2006.

     42.‘Private gain at public expense? – Allowing duty-free private trade in wheat import’, The Hindu Business Line, 18 August 2006, page 11. [http://www.blonnet.com/2006/08/18/stories/2006081800171100.htm]  

FOOD SAFETY REGULATIONS AND ISSUES OF CONCERN IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES

WRITINGS/PUBLICATIONS BY Prof. J GEORGE  

·‘No Wholesome fare, this’, The Hindu Business Line, Perspectives, 25 April 2006,page11, http://www.blonnet.com/2006/04/25/stories/2006042500121100.htm 

 ·        ‘Bill to Check Food Contaminants, The Tribune, 21 October 2005, p.7. http://www.tribuneindia.com/2005/20051021/edit.htm - 7.

·        “Food Processing Sector: Will it make transition from ‘outlay to outcome’?”, The Hindu Business Line, Chennai, 19 April 2005: 9. http://www.thehindubusinessline.com/ 2005/04/19/stories/2005041900350900.htm-21k

·        ‘Food Safety Standards and Market Access: Developing Country’s Scientists Get into a New Engagement with Trade’, Internet Journal of Food Safety, Vol. 5-2.  http://www.foodhaccp/internetjournal/ijfsv5-2.pdf

·        FOOD SAFETY REGULATION CONCERNS AND TRADE: The Developing Country Perspective (Edited Volume) Macmillan India Ltd., New Delhi: 2005.

 ·        Tailoring food safety to our needs[Monday 20 December 2004, The Economic Times, Delhi Edition]       http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/articleshow/964382.cms

·        Don’t shift onus of compliance on small farmers, producers[Wednesday 1 December 2004, The Financial Express, Delhi Edition] http://www.financialexpress.com/fe_full_story.php?content_id=75614 Food safety is a national concern and requires a dispassionate, candid approach

·        Producers' burden and consumers' cost: The story of food safety regulation in trade[The World Trade Review, Issue # 23, Vol.4, Opinion, 1-15 December 2004]Foreign Trade Policy (FTP 2004-2009) to be successful must establish engagement with myriad dimensions of food safety regulations.The advantages for … http://www.worldtradereview.com/news.asp?pType=N&iType=A&iID=96&siD=14&nID=18223

·        Food for thought for food standards and market access [TerraGreen , Issue # 63, June 2004] As talks over agricultural negotiations resume, J George takes a hard look at key issues on food science, safety and trade that developing countries face while competing with the developed ones.http://www.teriin.org/terragreen/issue63/feature.htm - f2

·       Can Developing Countries get into a new engagement on the issue of Food standards and market access?[The World Trade Review, Issue # 10, Vol.4, Opinion, 16-31 May 2004]http://www.worldtradereview.com/news.asp?pType=N&iType=A&iID=83&siD=14&nID=15345

·        Food standards and market access — Time for a new engagement [The Hindu Business Line, Thursday 11 September 2003] http://www.thehindubusinessline.com/2003/09/11/stories/2003091100080900.htm

·    Food safety: distorting standards that impede exports
[TerraGreen , Issue # 39, June 2003] In this in-depth article, various implications of WTO (World Trade Organization) regulations on India's agri-export are analysed. http://www.teriin.org/terragreen/issue39/essay.htm .

·    
Accomplish Livelihood & Food Security as Catastrophe Insurance [paper]

 

WTO & Agriculture 

1.        J. George, … (2002), 'Processed Food Products Exports from India: An Exploration with SPS Regime'. http://rspas.anu.edu.au/economics/aciar/output.php[Download pdf file]

2.        ‘Bt Cotton: Ruining Third Green Revolution’, [www.freeindiamedia.com/agriculture/25_may_agri.htm]

3.       George, J. (2003) 'Is Oligarchic Conglomerate in Food Processing a Viable Alternative', Presentation[pdf] http://www.ris.org.in/prof.%20j.george.pdf

4.      ‘Intriguing Prelude to Cancun Ministerial’, Mainstream, Vol.XLI, No.37, August 30, 2003.

[DOC] SACSNITI Annual Conference
File Format: Microsoft Word - View as HTML
J. George, Ph.D. Economics, Delhi School of Economics,. Senior Consultant (RIS),
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...
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5.      ‘Culture of Agriculture in WTO Negotiations’, Trade and Development Monitor: Cancun Special Issue, South Asia Watch on Trade, Economics and Environment (SAWTEE), Kathmandu, September 2003:2. [http://www.sawtee.org/newsletter/TDM 4 a.pdf].

6.      ‘Food Standards and Market Access – Time for a New Engagement’, Business Line, 11 September 2003.

7.      ‘The Politics of Agriculture’, TerraGreen, Issue # 44, 15 September, 2003.[http://static.teriin.org/terragreen/issue44/feature.htm - f2]

8.       ‘Implementation Issues in SPS: A Developing Country Perspective for Development Agenda on the Meandering Pathways from Doha to Cancun’, RIS Discussion Paper –DP # 58/2003(joint work) – October 2003.

9.      ‘SPS Measures and Non-Tariff Barriers for Small Holder Producers in Developing Countries’, the International Workshop on Livestock and Livelihoods: Challenges and Opportunities for Asia in the Emerging Market Environment during 10-12 November, 2003.

10.   ‘South Asian Agriculture Despite Cancun Setback: Balancing Livelihood Options with Three Pillars of AoA’, Regional Conference cum Training Background Papers on “Post Cancun Agenda for South Asia”, SAWTEE, Kathmandu.

11.   ‘WTO and Food Processing Industries in India: Impact and Challenges’ AAFFexions, Special Annual Number 2003, Afro-Asian Federation of Food Science & Technology Institutions, CFTRI, Mysore.  Released by Dr M.S. Swaminathan during IFCON-2003, December 5-8, 2003.

12.   ‘Food Industry’, Business Line, Friday 19 December 2003.

13.   ‘Agriculture Negotiations in WTO: Strategic Economic Management with Three Pillars of AoA’ Concept paper for the Centre for Law, Intellectual Property and Trade, Indian Law Institute, January 24, 2004, New Delhi.

14.   ‘Landscaping South Asian Agriculture’, Trade and Development Monitor, Vol. 3, No. 1, January 2004:8.

15.   ‘Agriculture Market Access After Cancun: Demystifying Formula from the Developing Countries Perspective’ – CUTS – February 2004 (joint work).

16.   ‘WTO and Food Processing Industries in India: Impact and Challenges’ Indian Food Industry, Vol.23, No.1, Jan.-Feb. 2004: 12-20.

17.   ‘International Food Safety Standards and Processed Food Exports: Preliminary Results of the Firm-Level Survey in India’ - Country Paper of the Research Project on International Food Safety Regulation and Processed Food Exports from Developing Countries: A Comparative Study of India and Thailand – Thammasat University-ACIAR, ANU Conference – 19 March 2004 (joint work). [http://rspas.anu.edu.au/economics/aciar/output.php]

18.   ‘Can Developing Countries Get into a New Engagement on the Issue of Food Standards and Market Access’, The World Trade Review , Issue No. 10, Vol. 4, 16-31 May 2004. [http://www.worldtradereview.com/]

19.   ‘Food for thought for food standards and market access’. TerraGreen, Issue # 63, 30 June 2004. [http://static.teriin.org/terragreen/issue63/feature.htm#f2]

20.   ‘Coconut Sector in WTO Regime’, National Coconut Development Congress, Coconut Development Board, 17-18 July 2004, Bangalore. PPT

21.   ‘Food Safety Regulation for Pesticides and Implications for Health and International Trade’, CSE Media Briefing Workshop on Poison and Nutrition, 4 August 2004: New Delhi. PPT

22.   ‘Liability and Policy Options in Biotechnology’, Economic and Political Weekly, Vol. 39, No. 32, 7 August 2004:3655-3656.

        [http:\\epw.org.in/showArticles.php?root=2004&leaf=08&filename=7535&filetype=htm]

23.   ‘Agriculture in the “July Package” of WTO’, The World Trade Review , Issue No. 16, Vol. 4, 16-31 August 2004.              [http://www.worldtradereview.com/news.asp?pType=N&iType=C&ilD=89&siD=14&nlD=16741&pPage=Y]

24.   ‘”July package” of WTO: Challenges to Haryana Agriculture’, The Tribune, Saturday 28 August 2004. [http://www.tribuneindia.com/2004/20040828/edit.htm - 6]

25.    ‘Producers’ burden and consumers’ cost: the story of food safety regulation in trade’, The World Trade Review, Issue No. 23, vol. 4, 1-15 December 2004.

        http://www.worldtradereview.com/]

26.    ‘Don’t shift onus of compliance on small farmers, producers: food safety is a national concern and requires a dispassionate, candid approach’ , The Financial Express, fe Insight: Technical Barriers in Food Trade, Wednesday 1 December 2004,.

       [http://www.financialexpress.com/fe_full_story.php?content_id=75614]

27.   ‘Tailor food safety to our needs’, The Economic Times, Monday 20 December 2004.

                http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/articleshow/964382.cms

28.   FOOD SAFETY REGULATION CONCERNS AND TRADE: The Developing Country Perspective (Edited Volume), Macmillan India Ltd., New Delhi: 2005.

29.   ‘Food Safety Standards and Market Access: Developing Country’s Scientists Get into a New Engagement with Trade’, Internet Journal of Food Safety, Vol. 5-2.

       [http://www.foodhaccp/internetjournal/ijfsv5-2.pdf].

30.   Food Processing Sector: Will it make transition from ‘outlay to outcome’?, The Business Line, Chennai, 19 April 2005: 9.

       [http://www.thehindubusinessline.com/bline/iw/2004/10/24/stories/2004102400681500.htm].

31.   ‘Veterinary Services and smallholder agriculture: A developing country’s vibrant economic perspective’, Oxford University, Welcome Trust Centre for History of Medicine, 25 June 2005.

32.   ‘Ensuring Quality of Seed’, The Tribune, 29 June 2005, OPED:7,

        [http://www.tribuneindia.com/2005/20050629/edit.htm - 7]

33.   ‘Sowing seeds of despair’, TerraGreen, Issue # 31 July 2005.

        [http://static.teriin.org/terragreen/issue89/essay.htm - f2]

34.   ‘Bill to Check Food Contaminants, The Tribune, 21 October 2005, p.7.

                 www.tribuneindia.com/2005/20051021/edit.htm#7.

35.    [PPT] “July Package” & South Asian Agriculture
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37.    WTO Doha Round & South Asia: Linking Civil Society with Trade ...
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38.   [PDF] No.1-South Asian Agriculture
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39. Fair Trade Interventions for Standards and Market Access in Agricultural Products: Need for a Proactive Agenda’, PPT Presented at the Fair Trade Forum-India and Tara Projects Workshop on “Food and Agricultural Products: Fair Trade Avenues” 26 April 2006, Dehradun, Uttaranchal. [paper]  

            40. 'Make Wheat an essential commodity’, The Tribune, OPED, 28 June 2006,  [http://www.tribuneindia.com/2006/20060628/edit.htm - 7]

      41.‘Towards A Primary Sector Growth Policy in Haryana’ PPT in the Cost-Risk-Return Framework in Haryana session of the State Level Workshop on Draft National Policy for Farmers: Primary Sector growth Interest of Haryana on 6 July 2006.

     42.‘Private gain at public expense? – Allowing duty-free private trade in wheat import’, The Hindu Business Line, 18 August 2006, page 11. [http://www.blonnet.com/2006/08/18/stories/2006081800171100.htm]  

     43.Agricultural trade barriers in the globally linked ‘village’ economies*[paper]

     44. Life Science International Journal [Paper]

     45.  Haryana must prepare a RoadMap on Children By Prof. J.George [The Tribune]

     46. Economic Stimulus May Bypass Poverty Eradication?[Paper]

     47. Social revolution Haryana needs to activate local bodies by J. George [Paper]

     48. Geographical Indications In India: Socio-economic and Development Issues in Agriculture (2006) [Paper]

     49. Policy options to contain swine flu pandemic by J. George [Paper]

     50. Boost to social infrastructure in Haryana by J. George [Paper]

     Intellectual Property Rights (IPRs) 

  1. ‘Patently Absurd: Bartering Away Innovative Intellectual Capabilities’, Mainstream, Vol.XLI, No.20, May 3, 2003.
  2. ‘Patently Absurd: Bartering Away Innovative Intellectual Capabilities’ The World Trade Review, Issue No. 21, Vol. 3, 1-15 November 2003 [www.worldtradereview.com].
  3. ‘TRIPS: Pharmaceuticals and Traditional Knowledge Owners’ – Indian Institute of Foreign Trade (IIFT) Orientation Programme Background on Advance Course on WTO for IAS Officers - 12 February 2004. PPT
  4. ‘Patently Outrageous: A Case of Manufacturing Sector Neglect’, TerraGreen, Issue # 56, 15 March 2004. [http://static.teriin.org/terragreen/issue56/feature.htm - f1]
  5. ‘Drugged Patent’, TerraGreen, Issue # 61, 31 May 2004. [http://static.teriin.org/terragreen/issue61/feature.htm - f1]
  6. ‘Next decade of TRIPs agreement: possibility of tripped geographical indications, The World Trade Review , Issue No. 14, Vol. 4, 16-31 July 2004. [http://www.worldtradereview.com/news.asp?pType=N&iType=C&ilD=87&siD=14&nlD=16122]
  7. ‘The Drugs Sector: Between national interests and global commitments’, The Statesman, New Delhi, Saturday 18 December 2004.
  8. ‘Patent (Amendment) Act 2002 and Technological Innovations’, Economic and Political Weekly, Vol. 40, No. 9, 26 February2005: 850-855. [http:\\epw.org.in/showArticles.php?root=2005&leaf=02&filename=8335&filetype=pdf]
  9. ‘Trading in Utility of Intellectual Property Rights’, The Mainstream, Vol. 43, No. 13, 19 March 2005: 24-26. [http://www.mainstreamweekly.com/content/general9.asp]
  10. ‘Patent Hype and ground realities’ One World South Asia Net, 19 April 2005. www.southasia.oneworld.net/article/view/109666/1/]
  11. ‘Avoidable emabarrassment’ The Pioneer, 11 May 2005, Oped page: 9
  12. ‘Cost of a new Patent’, The Tribune, 26 May 2005:11. [http://www.tribuneindia.com/2005/20050526/edit.htm - 6]
  13. ‘Sowing Seeds of Despair’, TerraGreen, Issue # 89, 31 July 2005. [http://static.teriin.org/terragreen/issue89/essay.htm - f2]

Governance & Capacity Building: Strategic Economic Management Initiatives Group 

  1. ‘Conflict Generating Fault Lines in India’s Northeast: Lesson for Investment and Trade’, Chapter 4 in Ray, Jayanta Kumar and Prabir De (Eds.) Promotion of Trade and Investment in Eastern South Asia Subregion, Bookwell, September 2003, New Delhi: 53-67.
  2. ‘Trading in Incapacitating Human Resources’, South Asian Media Net, Article of the Month, Wednesday 9 June 2004. [http://www.southasianmedia.net/index_opinion.cfm?category=Economy&country=World]
  3. ‘Haryana: look back for future progress’, The Tribune, 20 April 2005:11, [http://www.tribuneindia.com/2005/20050420/edit.htm]
  4. ‘Corroded Steel Frame, The Hindu, 17 May 2005, Open Page:17.
  5. Reforming Stodgy Bureaucracy: Will Outlay-Outcome pairing be operationalised?The Mainstream, 2 July 2005. [http://www.mainstreamweekly.com/issue020705/content/genera8.asp]
  6. . ‘Boost to social infrastructure in Haryana’, The Tribune, Sunday 22 January 2006, p.6. http://www.tribuneindia.com/2006/20060122/edit.htm - 4.  
  7. ‘Fiscal Management in Haryana: Bold initiatives are needed’, The Tribune OPED, 4 April 2006, page 11.  http://www.tribuneindia.com/2006/20060404/edit.htm
  8.  Haryana Economy: Growth vs Development’ pdf, Paper for the Seminar on “Society, Culture and Economy in Haryana: Continuity and Change” celebrating the Golden Jubilee of Kurukshetra University at ‘Session IV: Dynamics of Economic Change’ on 29 April 2006. [paper]

 Intellectual Property Rights (IPRs) 

  1. ‘Patently Absurd: Bartering Away Innovative Intellectual Capabilities’, Mainstream, Vol.XLI, No.20, May 3, 2003.
  2. ‘Patently Absurd: Bartering Away Innovative Intellectual Capabilities’ The World Trade Review, Issue No. 21, Vol. 3, 1-15 November 2003 [www.worldtradereview.com].
  3. ‘TRIPS: Pharmaceuticals and Traditional Knowledge Owners’ – Indian Institute of Foreign Trade (IIFT) Orientation Programme Background on Advance Course on WTO for IAS Officers - 12 February 2004. PPT
  4. ‘Patently Outrageous: A Case of Manufacturing Sector Neglect’, TerraGreen, Issue # 56, 15 March 2004. [http://static.teriin.org/terragreen/issue56/feature.htm - f1]
  5. ‘Drugged Patent’, TerraGreen, Issue # 61, 31 May 2004. [http://static.teriin.org/terragreen/issue61/feature.htm - f1]
  6. ‘Next decade of TRIPs agreement: possibility of tripped geographical indications, The World Trade Review , Issue No. 14, Vol. 4, 16-31 July 2004. [http://www.worldtradereview.com/news.asp?pType=N&iType=C&ilD=87&siD=14&nlD=16122]
  7. ‘The Drugs Sector: Between national interests and global commitments’, The Statesman, New Delhi, Saturday 18 December 2004.
  8. ‘Patent (Amendment) Act 2002 and Technological Innovations’, Economic and Political Weekly, Vol. 40, No. 9, 26 February2005: 850-855. [http:\\epw.org.in/showArticles.php?root=2005&leaf=02&filename=8335&filetype=pdf]
  9. ‘Trading in Utility of Intellectual Property Rights’, The Mainstream, Vol. 43, No. 13, 19 March 2005: 24-26. [http://www.mainstreamweekly.com/content/general9.asp]
  10. ‘Patent Hype and ground realities’ One World South Asia Net, 19 April 2005. www.southasia.oneworld.net/article/view/109666/1/]
  11. ‘Avoidable emabarrassment’ The Pioneer, 11 May 2005, Oped page: 9
  12. ‘Cost of a new Patent’, The Tribune, 26 May 2005:11. [http://www.tribuneindia.com/2005/20050526/edit.htm - 6]
  13. ‘Sowing Seeds of Despair’, TerraGreen, Issue # 89, 31 July 2005. [http://static.teriin.org/terragreen/issue89/essay.htm - f2]

Governance & Capacity Building: Strategic Economic Management Initiatives Group 

  1. ‘Conflict Generating Fault Lines in India’s Northeast: Lesson for Investment and Trade’, Chapter 4 in Ray, Jayanta Kumar and Prabir De (Eds.) Promotion of Trade and Investment in Eastern South Asia Subregion, Bookwell, September 2003, New Delhi: 53-67.
  2. ‘Trading in Incapacitating Human Resources’, South Asian Media Net, Article of the Month, Wednesday 9 June 2004. [http://www.southasianmedia.net/index_opinion.cfm?category=Economy&country=World]
  3. ‘Haryana: look back for future progress’, The Tribune, 20 April 2005:11, [http://www.tribuneindia.com/2005/20050420/edit.htm]
  4. ‘Corroded Steel Frame, The Hindu, 17 May 2005, Open Page:17.
  5. Reforming Stodgy Bureaucracy: Will Outlay-Outcome pairing be operationalised?The Mainstream, 2 July 2005. [http://www.mainstreamweekly.com/issue020705/content/genera8.asp]
  6. . ‘Boost to social infrastructure in Haryana’, The Tribune, Sunday 22 January 2006, p.6. http://www.tribuneindia.com/2006/20060122/edit.htm - 4.  
  7. ‘Fiscal Management in Haryana: Bold initiatives are needed’, The Tribune OPED, 4 April 2006, page 11.  http://www.tribuneindia.com/2006/20060404/edit.htm
  8.  Haryana Economy: Growth vs Development’ pdf, Paper for the Seminar on “Society, Culture and Economy in Haryana: Continuity and Change” celebrating the Golden Jubilee of Kurukshetra University at ‘Session IV: Dynamics of Economic Change’ on 29 April 2006. [paper]