Publications by Dr. Sabyasachi Saha

Innovation Economics Policy

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“Need Southern Innovation Hubs – Can BAPA+40 Help?” Development Cooperation Review Vol. 1 No. 7, October 2018

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“A Review of R&D and Sectoral Incentives in Manufacturing in Industrialised and Emerging Economies: Lessons for Make in India” RIS Discussion Paper No. 233, September 2018 (with P Shaw)

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“Innovation Regimes and Multilateralism: A Reflection on the Scope of New MDBs,” RIS Discussion Paper No. 229, July 2018

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“Trade in High Technology: Trends and Policy Imperatives for BRICS,” RIS Discussion Paper No. 207, December 2016 (with S Chaturvedi and P Shaw)

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“Science and Technology Cooperation Blueprint” Chapter for the ASEAN India Development and Cooperation Report 2015, Routledge Publishers , October 2015

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“Science Research and Knowledge Creation in Indian Universities: Theoretical Perspectives and Econometric Evidence,” CITD Discussion Paper No. 1510, Centre for International Trade and Development, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, August 2015 (with A S Ray)

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“Promoting Innovations in Indian Universities: A Theoretical Model of University-Industry Interface,” RIS Discussion Paper No. 197, May 2015

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“Taking publicly funded innovations to the marketplace: lessons from Germany,” Current Science, Vol. 106 No. 8, April 2014; published under ‘General Article’

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“An Assessment of India’s Innovation Policies,” RIS Discussion Paper No. 189, March 2014 (with B Dhar)

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“Innovation Policies and Enterprise Development in India” Background paper for the UNCTAD, December 2013 (with B Dhar)

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Technology Transfer from Publicly Funded Research in Germany: A Note on Patenting and Licensing Practices,” Berlin Working Papers on Money, Finance, Trade and Development, No. 04/2013, October 2013 

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“Commercialization of Inventions from Public Funded Research in India: Case Studies of Selected Institutions” Two Year Project Report prepared for the NSTMIS Division of the Department of Science and Technology, Government of India, June 2012 (with A S Ray)

13.  “Leveraging Public Funded Research for India’s Economic Emergence: Role of IPR” in Julia Melkers, Thema Monroe-White and Susan E. Cozzens (eds), 2011 Atlanta Conference on Science and Innovation Policy Proceedings, IEEE Xplore, November 2011, (with A S Ray)
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“Patenting Public Funded Research for Technology Transfer: A Conceptual-Empirical Synthesis of US Evidence with Lessons for India,” Journal of World Intellectual Property, Vol. 14 No.1, 2011 (with A S Ray)

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“Drivers of Academic Research and Patenting in India: Econometric Estimation of the Research Production Function,” ICRIER Working Paper No. 247, April 2010 (with A S Ray)

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“Patenting Public Funded Research for Technology Transfer: A Conceptual-Empirical Synthesis of US Evidence with Lessons for India,” ICRIER Working Paper No. 244, January 2010 (with A S Ray)

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“India’s Tryst with Technology: The Way Forward,” CITD Discussion Paper No. 09-11, Centre for International Trade and Development, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, June 2009 (with A S Ray)

International Economic Issues – WTO, G20, BRICS

 
1. ITC-RIS joint publication titled “The Power of International Value Chains in the Global South,” March 2019 (with S K Mohanty and L Franssen)
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T20 Japan Policy Brief on “Reinvigorating the WTO as a Negotiating Forum,” March 2019 (with Junji Nakagawa, Sait Akman, Axel Berger, Eduardo Bianchi, Manjiao Chi, Uri Dadush, Jean Dong, Gabriel Felbermayr, Andreas Freytag, Anabel Gonzalez, Bernard Hoekman, David Laborde, Sandra Rios, Claudia Schmucker, Akihiko Tamura, Mark Wu)

3.  T20 Japan Policy Brief on “Expanding and Restructuring Global Value Chains for Sustainable and Inclusive Growth,” March 2019 (with Yasuyuki Todo, M. Sait Akman, Takashi Hattori, Sabyasachi Saha, Natalya Volchkova)
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“Competing Imperatives of Global Governance and National Interests within BRICS: An Indian Perspective,” Rising Powers Quarterly, Vol. 2 No. 3, August 2017, 1-15 (with S Chaturvedi)

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“Competing Imperatives of Global Governance and National Interests within BRICS: An Indian Perspective,” ORF Occasional Paper, No. 136, December 2017 (with S Chaturvedi)

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 “Relevance of Special and Differential Treatment” Chapter for the Third World Trade and Development Report on Mega Regionals, WTO and New Issues, published by RIS, December 2015

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“Services Trade Patterns and Key Policies” Chapter for the ASEAN India Development and Cooperation Report 2015, Routledge Publishers, October 2015 (with P De)

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“India at the WTO: Evolving Priorities, Unaltered Paradigm,” Brazilian Journal of International Relations, Vol.2 No. 2, September 2013 (with A S Ray)

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“Shifting coordinates of India’s Stance at the WTO: Understanding the Domestic and International Economic Drivers,” in Amrita Narlikar and Brendan Vickers (eds), Leadership and Change in the Multilateral Trading System, Republic of Letters Publishing/ Martinus Nijhoff Publishers: Dordrecht, December 2009, (with A S Ray)

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“India’s Stance at the WTO: Shifting Coordinates, Unaltered Paradigm” CITD Discussion Paper No. 09-06, Centre for International Trade and Development, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, January 2009 (with A S Ray)

 International Development and Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

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“Bringing Philosophy of South-South Cooperation to Means of Implementation: Strategy for Achieving SDG 17 with ‘Development Compact’” Background Paper for the Conference on South-South and Triangular Cooperation (Delhi 3), organised by RIS, August 2017 (with S Chaturvedi and S Kumar)

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“Means of Implementation: An Indian Perspective” Chapter for the Volume titled India and Sustainable Development Goals: The Way Forward, published by the United Nations and RIS, October 2016, released by the External Affairs Minister (with S Chaturvedi and P Sharma)

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“Framework for a BRICS Wellness Index” Chapter for the Volume titled Health, Nature and Quality of Life: Towards a BRICS Wellness Index, published by RIS, September 2016, Publication for BRICS Wellness Forum

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“Post-2015 Agenda and Regional Cooperation in South Asia” Chapter for the Proceedings of the 7th South Asia Economic Summit (SAES) 2015 titled Towards South Asia Economic Union December 2015 (with S Chaturvedi)

Policy Briefs/Notes

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“Financing Technology Delivery for SDGs: A Way Forward for TFM,” RIS Policy Brief No. 76, November 2016 (with S Chaturvedi)

2.

“Value Added and Technological Capability” in Indicators based monograph on Resurging South: Stylised Facts published by RIS, March 2016

3.

“Inclusive Growth and Equity (focussing on manufacturing, innovation and jobs)” in RIS monograph for the Women’s Legislators conference, March 2016

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“IP Rights, Innovation and Development Priorities: Need for Balance,” RIS Policy Brief No. 67, March 2015

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“Internet Governance and Developing Countries: Implications for India,” RIS Policy Brief No. 63, March 2014

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“Technology in India: some perspectives” ICRIER-Think Ink (04.06.2010)

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“What ails Public-Funded Research in India? A diagnosis” ICRIER-Think Ink (15.08.2009)

Book Reviews

  “Technology, Innovations and Economic Development – Essays in Honour of Robert E. Evenson,” Eds. L Singh, K J Joseph and D Johnson (2015), Sage (for South Asia Economic Journal forthcoming)

Columns in Print Media/Online Articles

  “IPR must promote local innovations” Financial Express (Reflect, Op-ed column) 27 April 2015, Delhi and other cities
  “Intellectual Bottlenecks” Financial Express (Edge, Op-ed column) 16 January 2010, Delhi and other cities (with A S Ray)