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Working with CGIAR, the Centre is creating a bibliography of source materials relevant to intellectual property and agriculture. The bibliography will be updated continuously and is available to download here.

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Please email any sources that you think should be included to acipa@griffith.edu.au


Reports

Commission on Intellectual Property Rights, Integrating Intellectual Property Rights and Development Policy: Report of the Commission on Intellectual Property Rights, 2002 http://www.iprcommission.org/papers/pdfs/final_report/ciprfullfinal.pdf

De Schutter, Olivier, Report of the Special Rapporteur on the Right to Food: The Right to Food: Seed policies and the right to food: enhancing agrobiodiversity and encouraging innovation A/64/170, 2009. http://www.srfood.org/images/stories/pdf/officialreports/20091021_report-ga64_seed-policies-and-the-right-to-food_en.pdf (see also http://www.srfood.org/index.php/en/documents-issued)

Fowler, Cary, Smale, and Gaiji, Germplasm Flows Between Developing Countries and the CGIAR: An Initial Assessment. http://www.fao.org/docs/eims/upload/206939/gfar0065.PDF

Gupta, Anil, 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, 2004. http://www.wipo.int/tk/en/publications/769e_unep_tk.pdf

Laird, Sarah; Catherine Monagle, and Sam Johnston. An Access & Benefit Sharing Case Study (Queensland Biodiscovery Collaboration: The Griffith University AstraZeneca Partnership for Natural Product Discovery: UNU-IAS Report) http://www.environment.gov.au/biodiversity/publications/access/pubs/qld-biodiscovery.pdf

Lewis-Lettington, Robert J. and Serah Mwanyiki, Case studies on access and benefit-sharing (The International Plant Genetic Resources Institute, IPGRI) http://www.bioversityinternational.org/fileadmin/bioversityDocs/Policy/Access_and_Benefit_Sharing/ABS_CaseStudies_IPGRI_06_58.pdf

Libreros, Dimary, Bibliography on Access to Plant Genetic Resources and Intellectual Property Rights, (IPGRI) http://www.bioversityinternational.org/fileadmin/bioversity/publications/pdfs/897_Bibliography_on_access_to_plant_genetic_resources_and_intellectual_property_rights.pdf  

Rimmer, Mathew. Australia's Biodiversity' Conservation Strategy 2010-2020: A Submission to the National Biodiversity Strategy Review Taskforce, May 2009 (with Holcombe, S. and Janke, T.) http://www.environment.gov.au/biodiversity/strategy/review-submissions/pubs/id955-anupart1-01062009.pdf

Rangnekar, Dwijen. Geographical Indications and Localisation: A Case Study of Feni. (Centre for the Study of Globalisation and Regionalisation [CSGR], University of Warwick). http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1564624

United Nations, Report of the High Commission of the Human Rights Commission on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, The Impact of the Agreement on Trade Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights on Human Rights, UN Doc E/CN.4/Sub.2/2001/13, 2001. http://daccess-dds-ny.un.org/doc/UNDOC/GEN/G01/143/45/PDF/G0114345.pdf

Unnikrishnan P.M. and M.S. Suneetha, Biodiversity, Traditional Knowledge and Community Health: Strengthening Linkages, (UNU-IAS Policy Report) http://www.ias.unu.edu/resource_centre/Biodiversity%20Traditional%20Knowledge%20and%20Community%20Health_final.pdf

Unnikrishnan P.M. and M.S. Suneetha, Benefit Sharing in ABS: Options and Elaborations (UNU-IAS Report) http://www.ias.unu.edu/resource_centre/UNU_ABS_Report_Final_lowres.pdf

 

Publications

Acharya, R. "Patenting of biotechnology: GATT and the erosion of the world's biodiversity." (1991) 25 No. 6 Journal of World Trade. 71-87.

Agris, C.H. "Intellectual property protection for plants." (1999) 17 No. 2 Nature Biotechnology.197-198.

Ahloowalia, B.S., S. Shantharam and J.F. Montgomery. New genes for old genes. Biotechnology, biosafety, and biodiversity: scientific and ethical issues for sustainable development. Enfeild: Science Publishers, Inc, 1999. 219-224.

Alcorn, J.B. "Economy botany, conservation, and development: what's the connection?" (1995) 82 No. 1 Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden. 34-46.

Alencar, G.S.d., M.C.v.d. Reed, M.C. Van der Reed et al. "1996: an important year for Brazilian biopolitics?" (1996) No. 27 Biotechnology and Development Monitor. 21-22.

Alexander, D. "Some themes in intellectual property and the environment." (1993) 2 No. 2 Review of European and International Envirionmental Law (RECIEL).1113-1120.

Anderson, A. "Lest we starve. Rich nations have to get tough with raiders of the world's gene banks." (1998) No. 157 New Scientist. 21.

Annicchiarico, P. "Access to genetic resources: regulatory aspects and implications for development of seed production systems." (2000) 56 No. 21 Informatore Agrario Supplemento.13-22.

Antons, C. Traditional Knowledge, Traditional Cultural Expressions and Intellectual Property Law in The Asia-Pacific Region, Kluwer Law International, 2009

Artuso, A., R.E. Evenson, D. Gollin et al. 1998. "Creating linkages between valuation, conservation and sustainable development of genetic resources." In Agricultural values of plant genetic resources, 197-206. Wallingford: CAB International, 1998.

Asebey, E.J. 1996. "Indigenous knowledge and intellectual property: towards equitable compensation." (1996) No. 560 Biodiversity, biotechnology, and sustainable development in health and agriculture: emerging connections.191-199.

Ashish, K. and A. Kothari. "Convention on biological diversity: Progress on major issues." (1997) 1 No. 1 RIS Biotechnology and Development Review. 15-33.

Austin, Graeme W, and Helfer. Human Rights and Intellectual Property:  Mapping the Global Interface. Cambridge University Press, 2011

Balakrishna, P. "The need for a TRIPs ‘Plus' regime." (1998) 10 No. 7 AgBiotech News and Information. 211.

Balakrishna, P. and M.S. Swaminathan. "Access to genetic resources and traditional knowledge: Priorities for national and regional actions." (1998) 75 No. 2 Current Science. 80-81.

Balick, M.J. and P.A. Cox. Plants, people, and culture: the science of ethnobotany. New York: Scientific American Library, 1996.

Barrett, B. "Herbal knowledge on Nicaragua's Atlantic Coast: consensus within diversity." (1995) 20 No. 5 Journal of Community Health. 403-421.

Barrett, B. and D. Kiefer. "Ethnomedical, biological, and clinical support for medicinal plant use on Nicaragua's Atlantic coast." (1996) 4 No. 3 Journal of Herbs, Spices and Medicinal Plants. 77-108.

Barton, J.H. "Biodiversity at Rio." (1992) 42 No. 10 BioScience. 773-776.

Barton, J.H. "Introduction: Intellectual property rights workshop." In Intellectual property rights: Protection of plant materials, edited by P.S. Baenziger., R.A. Kleese and R.F. Barnes, 13-19. Madison: Crop Science Society of America, 1993.

Barton, J.H. "The Mediterranean region provides a microcosm for the global intellectual property rights debate." (1995) 11 No. 1-2 Diversity.146-147.

Barton, J.H. and W.E. Siebeck. 1994. Material transfer agreements in genetic resources exchange - the case of the International Agricultural Research Centres. Issues in Genetic Resources No. 1, May 1994. Rome: International Plant Genetic Resources Institute, 1994.

Barton, J.H., C.L. Ives and B.M. Bedford. "International intellectual property and genetic resource issues affecting agricultural biotechnology." (1998) Agricultural biotechnology in international development. 273-283.

Barton, J.H., D.R. Buxton, R. Shibles et al. "How will intellectual property protection and plant patents influence germplasm collection, enhancement, exchange, and use." In International Crop Science Congress, Ames, Iowa, USA, 14-22 July 1992, 855-857. Madison: Crop Science Society of America, 1993.

Baumann, M., J. Bell, F. Koechlin et al. (eds.). The life industry: biodiversity, people and profits. London: Intermediate Technology Publications Ltd, 1996.

Begemann, F. Access to plant genetic resources for food and agriculture. The process of discussion in Germany. Bonn, Germany: IGR, ZADI, 1996.

Begemann, F., W. Ritter, M. Auer et al.. Teil 2: Statement of the ATSAF-working group "Conservation and sustainable use of genetic resources as a part of biological diversity" on access to and exchange of plant genetic resources for food and agriculture. (PGRFA). Bonn, Germany: IGR, ZADI, 1996.

Belcher, B. "Living inventions." (1992) 2 No. 3 Canadian Biodiversity. 30-33.

Bell, J. "Biopiracy's latest disguises." (1997) 14 No. 2 Seedling. 2-10.

Bellon, M., P.L. Pingali, E.C.H. Meng et al. Farmers, gene banks and crop breeding: economic analyses of diversity in wheat, maize, and rice. Natural Resource Management and Policy Series. Norwell: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1998.

Bellon, M.R., D.S. Brar, B.R. Lu et al. Rice genetic resources. Sustainability of rice in the global food system. 1998. 251-283.

Belson, N.A. "The biodiversity convention and the private sector." (1996) 12 No. 1 Diversity. 6-7.

Bennett, B.C. and G.T. Prance. "Introduced plants in the indigenous pharmacopoeia of northern South America." (2000) 54 No. 1 Economic Botany. 90-102.

Bent, S.A. Intellectual property rights in biotechnology worldwide. New York: Stockton Press, 1987.

Bentley, Lionel. "The Making of Modern Trademark Law." In Trade Marks and Brands, edited by Lionel Bentley, Jennifer Davis and Jane C. Ginsburg, 3-41. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2008.

Berlan, Jean-Pierre. "The Political Economy of Agricultural Genetics." In Thinking about Evolution: Historical, Philosophical, and Political Perspectives, edited by Rama S. Singh et. al., 510-528. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2001.

Bertha, S.L., D.D. Soejarto, L. Rivier et al. "Academic research: policies and practice. Intellectual property rights, naturally derived bioactive compounds and resource conservation. Proceedings of an international symposium, San Jose, Costa Rica, October 20-22, 1994." (1996) 51 No. 1-3 Journal of Ethnopharmacology. 59-73.

Bhat, M.G. "Trade-related intellectual property rights to biological resources: socioeconomic implications for developing countries." (1996) 19 No. 3 Ecological Economics Amsterdam. 205-217.

Biagioli, Mario and P. Galison (eds.). Scientific Authorship: Credit and Intellectual Property in Science. New York: Routledge, 2003.

Biagioli, Mario. "Documents of Documents: Scientists Names and Scientific Claims." In Documents: Artefacts of Modern Knowledge, edited by A. Riles, 129-156. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2006.

Biagioli, Mario. "Patent Republic: Representing Inventions, Constructing Rights and Authors."(2006) 73 Social Research.1129-1172.

Biagioli, Mario. Galileo's Instruments of Credit: Telescopes, Images, Secrecy. London: University of Chicago Press, 2006.

Bilderbeek, S. "Benefit sharing: the question is how?" (1993) 4 No. 1 Resources Nairobi. 12-20.

Blakeney, Michael. Intellectual Property Rights and Food Security. Oxford: CABI, 2009.

Boldrin, Michele and David Levine. Against Intellectual Monopoly. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2008.

Boyd, M.R., D.D. Soejarto, L. Rivier et al. "The position of intellectual property rights in drug discovery and development from natural products. Intellectual property rights, naturally derived bioactive compounds and resource conservation. Proceedings of an international symposium, San Jose, Costa Rica, October 20-22, 1994." (1996) 51 No. 1-3 Journal of Ethnopharmacology. 17-27.

Bragdon, S., and C. Almekinders. 2000. "International policies related to the management and use of genetic diversity." In Encouraging diversity: the conservation and development of plant genetic resources, edited by Boef, W, 254-261. London: Intermediate Technology Publications, 2000.

Bragdon, S.H., V. Santaniello, R.E. Evenson et al. Recent intellectual property rights controversies and issues at the CGIAR. Agriculture and intellectual property rights: economic, institutional and implementation issues in biotechnology. Wallingford: CABI Publishing, 2000. 77-90.

Braun, J.v. and J. Von Braun. "Genes and biodiversity: New scarcities and rights challenge agricultural economics research." (1994) 33 No. 4 Quarterly Journal of International Agriculture. 345-348.

Brockway, L. Science and Colonial Expansion: The Role of the British Royal Botanic Garden. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2002.

Bronckers, M.C. "The impact of TRIPS: Intellectual property protection in developing countries." (1994) 31 No. 6 Common Market Law Review. 194-205.

Brush, S.B. "Bioprospecting the public domain." (1999) 14 No. 4 Cultural Anthropology. 535-555.

Buanec, B.l. "The protection of plant accessions." (1987) No. 61 Biofutur. 49-53.

Bubela, Tania and Gold. Genetic Resources and Traditional Knowledge: Case Studies and Conflicting Interests. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing Limited, 2012.

Bugos, Glenn E. "Intellectual Property Protection in the American Chicken-Breeding Industry." (1992) 66 Business History Review.127-168.

Butler, B. and R. Pistorius. "How farmers' rights can be used to adapt plant breeders' rights." (1996) No. 28 Biotechnology and Development Monitor. 7-11.

Butler, L. and B. Marion. The impacts of patent protection on the US seed industry and public plant breeding.

Cabrera, J, "Innovation and public research in central American countries." In Intellectual Property and Sustainable Development: Development Agendas in a Changing World, edited by Melendez-Ortiz and Roffe. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2009.

Calle, R., D.D. Soejarto, L. Rivier et al. 1996. "Juridical and sociocultural problems on the definition of a law concerning property, usage and access to genetic resources in Colombia." (1996) 51 No. 1-3 Intellectual property rights, naturally derived bioactive compounds and resource conservation. 127-146.

Cantrell, R.P., N.E. Borlaug, D.R. Buxton et al. "Biodiversity - discussion." In International crop science I. International Crop Science Congress, Ames, Iowa, USA, 14-22 July 1992, 415-416. Madison: Crop Science Society of America, 1993.

Carew, R. "Intellectual property rights: implications for the canola sector and publicly funded research." (2000) 48 No. 2 Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics. 175-194.

Carlson, G., M. Marra, V. Santaniello et al. Property rights and regulations for transgenic crops in North America. Agriculture and intellectual property rights: economic, institutional and implementation issues in biotechnology. Wallingford: CABI Publishing, 2000. 209-222.

Carreno Peralta, E. and A.F. Krattiger. "A call for intellectual property rights to recognise indigenous people's knowledge of genetic and cultural resources." In Widening perspectives on biodiversity, edited by McNeely, J.A., W.H. Lesser, K.R. Miller et al, 287-289. Gland, Switzerland: International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources (IUCN), 1994.

Chander, A. and M Sunder. "The romance of the public domain." (2004) No.92 California Law Review. 1331-1374.

Chang, T.T. "Linkages among plant genetic resources, breeding and biotechnology - global imperatives. Towards enhanced and substainable agricultural productivity in the 2000's: breeding research and biotechnology Nankang Taipei, Taiwan, November 16-20, 1993." (1994) 1 No. 35 Special Publication Taichung District Agricultural Improvement Station. 15-23.

Charnley, Berris. "Seeds without Patents: Science and Morality in British Plant Breeding in the Long Nineteenth Century." (2013) 64 Revue Economique. 69-88.

Charnley, Berris and Gregory Radick. "Plant Breeding and Intellectual Property Before and After the Rise of Mendelism: The Case of Britain." In Living Properties: Making Knowledge and Controlling Ownership in Modern Biology, edited by D. J. Kevles et. al., 51-55. Berlin: MPIWG Preprint, 2010.

Chiarolla, Claudio. Intellectual Property, Agriculture and Global Food Security: The Privatization of Crop Diversity. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2011.

Christie, J. "Indigenous peoples, biodiversity and intellectual property rights." (1995) 5 No. 4 Australasian Biotechnology. 241-243.

Chung, F., F.J. Chung, D.D. Soejarto et al. "Interests and policies of the state of Sarawak, Malaysia regarding intellectual property rights for plant derived drugs. Intellectual property rights, naturally derived bioactive compounds and resource conservation. Proceedings of an international symposium, San Jose, Costa Rica, October 20-22, 1994." (1996) 51 No. 1-3 Journal of Ethnopharmacology. 201-204.

Condon, P. 1994. Impacts of the Rio Biodiversity Treaty. (1994) No. AO-208 Agricultural Outlook. 24-26.

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Cooper, D., J. Engels and E. Frison. A multilateral system for plant genetic resources: Imperatives, achievements and challenges. Issues in Genetic Resources No.2 May 1994. Rome: International Plant Genetic Resources Institute, 1994.

Correa, C.M. "Sovereign and property rights over plant genetic resources." (1995) 12 No. 4 Agriculture and Human Values. 58-79.

Correa, C.M. and S.B. Brush. "In situ conservation and intellectual property rights." In Genes in the field: on farm conservation of crop diversity, 239-260. Boca Raton: Lewis Publishers Inc., 1999.

Correa, Carlos. "An Innovative and Transparent Option for Royalty Payment under the Treaty – Implementing Article 6.11 Crop Related Modality of the Standard Material Transfer Agreement." In Plant Genetic Resources and Food Security: Stakeholder Perspectives on the International Treaty on Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture, edited by Frison, Lopez, and Esquinas-Alcazar. FAO, New York: FAO, Bioversity international and Eathscan, 2011.  

Crespi, R.S. "The European Biotechnology Patent Directive is dead." (1995) 13 No. 5 Trends in Biotechnology. 162-164.

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Crespi, S. "Biotechnology patenting: the wicked animal must defend itself." (1995) 17 No. 9 European Intellectual Property Review. 431-441.

Croft, B.J., C.M. Piggin., E.S. Wallis et al. Review of restrictions to free access to germplasm exchange facing Australian and other international sugar industries. Sugarcane germplasm conservation and exchange: report of an international workshop held in Brisbane Australia 28-30 June 1995. Canberra: Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR), 1996. 6-9.

Cromwell, E., A. Brodie and A. Southern. Germplasm for multipurpose trees: access and utility in small-farm communities. Case studies from Honduras, Malawi & Sri Lanka. London: Overseas Development Institute (ODI), 1996.

Crookshanks, Rebecca and Phillips. "A comparative analysis of access and benefits-sharing systems." In Genetic Resources and Traditional Knowledge: Case Studies and Conflicting Interests, edited by Bubela and Gold. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2012.

Crucible Group, The. The Impact of Intellectual Property on Biodiversity, Conservation, Trade and Rural Society. Canada: International Development Research Centre, 1994.

Cubero, Jose. "Plant Breeders: The Point of View of a Plant Breeder on the international Treaty on Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture." In Plant Genetic Resources and Food Security: Stakeholder Perspectives on the International Treaty on Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture, edited by Frison, Lopez, and Esquinas-Alcazar. New York: FAO, Bioversity international and Eathscan, 2011.  

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Damman, Siri. "The Right to Food of Indigenous Peoples." In Food and Human Rights in Development: Legal and Institutional Dimensions and Selected Topics (Vol 1), edited by Wenche Barth ide and Uwe Kracht. Oxford: Intersentia, 2005.

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Dutfield, Graham. Intellectual Property Rights and the Life Science Industries: A Twentieth Century History. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2003.

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Duvick, D.N., D.R. Buxton, R. Shibles et al. Possible effects of intellectual property rights on erosion and conservation of plant genetic resources in centers of crop diversity. Ames, Iowa: International Crop Science, 1993. 505-509.

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Gollin, D., R.E. Evenson and V. Santaniello. "Valuing farmers' rights." In Agricultural values of plant genetic resources, 233-245. UK: CAB International, 1998.

Gollin, M.A. "Legal and practical consequences of biopiracy." (1999) 15 No. 2 Diversity. 7-9.

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