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Publications-Lalitha

I. Chapters in Books

1. N. Lalitha ’Essential Drugs in Tamil Nadu Government’s Healthcare in Collected Papers on Provision

    of Primary Health Care in India and Bangladesh: An Institutional Perspective’ (Ed) Alia Ahmed, Lund

    University, to be published by Concept publications, forth coming 2009.

2. N.Lalitha, Bharat Ramaswami, and P K Viswanathan (2009) ‘India’s Experience with Bt Cotton: Case

    Studies from Gujarat and Maharashtra’, forthcoming in Biotechnology in Agricultural

    Development;Transgenic Cotton, Rural Institutions and Resource Poor Farmers’, (Ed) Robert Tripp

    in Routledge Explorations in Environmental Economics, 2009, Routledge, London.

3. N. Lalitha, ‘WTO and Industry in Gujarat in the State Development Report (Gujarat) to be published

    by the Planning Commission, Government of India.

4 N. Lalitha (2005), TRIP Y la Industria Farmaceutica India: Un analysis de sus Fortalezas y

    debilidades’ in Industrial Farmaceutica Y Propiedad Intellectual: Los Paises en desarrollo, UAM

    Miguel Angel Perrua, Mexico, 2005.

5. N.Lalitha (2004),`Employment and Income Contribution of OAMEs’ in Jayshree Shah and R J

    Nambiar (ed) `Informal Sector in India: Pathways to Viability and Growth’, published by the Sardar

    Patel Institute of Economic and Social Research, Ahmedabad, 2004.

6` N.Lalitha,(2003) ‘Unorganised Manufacturing Sector and the Gross Domestic Product’ in Jhabvala

    Renana, Sudarshan Ratna and Unni Jeemol (ed), `Informal Economy Centre stage-New Structures

    of Employment,’ Sage Publications, New Delhi, India, 2003.

    7. N.Lalitha, (2002), `Employment Trends in the Manufacturing Sector of Gujarat’ (P.322-339) in

    Dynamics of Development in Gujarat (ed) Indira Hirway, Kashyap S P and Amita Shah, published by

    Concept Publishing Company, New Delhi for Centre for Development Alternatives, Ahmedabad,

    2002.

    8. Amitabh Kundu, N.Lalitha and Sant Lal Arora (2001), ‘Growth Dynamics of Informal

    Manufacturing Sector in Urban India: An Analysis of Interdependencies’, in Informal Sector in

    India Perspectives and Policies ed by Amitabh Kundu and Alakh N Sharma, published by the

    Institute for Human Development and Institute of Applied Manpower Research, New Delhi, PP93-

    123.

II. Papers/Articles Published

    1. N.Lalitha and Samira Guennif ‘Status Report on the Healthcare Sector in Franceforthcoming in

    Journal of Health Management, Vol.10, No.3.

    2. N.Lalitha, (2008), `Doha Declaration and Public Health Issues’-an invited article in the special issue

    on TRIPS and the Pharmaceutical Industry in Journal of Intellectual Property Rights, Vol.13, N0.5,

    September.

3. N.Lalitha and Diana Joseph, (2007/2008),‘Patents and Biopharmaceuticals in India: Emerging

    Issues in Tailoring Biotechnologies, 3(3).

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    4. N.Lalitha, (2008) Tamil Nadu Government Intervention and Prices of Medicines, Economic and

    Political Weekly, Vol.43, No.1, Jan 05-11, 2008.

    5. N.Lalitha, (2007), ‘Biosafety and Emerging Socio Economic Issues, Asian Biotechnology and

    Development Review, Vol.9.no.3, July 2007.

6. Samira Guennif and N. Lalitha, (2007), ‘TRIPS Plus Agreements and Issues in Access to Medicines

    in Developing Countries Journal of Intellectual Property Rights, Vol.12, pp 471-479, September.

7. N.Lalitha and Bharat Ramaswami (2007), `Pesticide Use Pattern Among Cotton Cultivators in

    Gujarat’, in Frontiers of Agricultural Development in Gujarat (ed) Dholakia Ravindra, Centre for

    Management in Agriculture, Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad, June.

8. Sudarshan Iyengar and N.Lalitha, (2007), ‘GM Cotton in Gujarat: General Madness or Genuine

    Miracle?, Asian Biotechnology and Development Review, Vol.9, N0.2, March.

    9. N.Lalitha, (2005), ‘Access to Medicines: Issues in the WTO Era’, in `Dimensions of Social

    Development: Status, Challenges and Prospects’, Social and Economic Change Monographs,

    Institute for Social and Economic Change, Bangalore, March.

    10. N.Lalitha, (2005), `A Review of the Pharmaceutical Industry of Canada’, Economic and Political

    Weekly, Vol.40, No.13, March 26.

11. N.Lalitha, (2004), `Diffusion of Agricultural Biotechnology and Intellectual Property Rights: Emerging

    Issues in India’, Ecological Economics, Vol.49, No.2, June 1.

    12. N.Lalitha, (2004), `Intellectual Property Protection to Plant Varieties: Issues in Focus’, Economic and

    Political Weekly, Vol.39. No.19, May.

    13. N.Lalitha, (2003), `Employment and Income Contribution of OAME’, Journal of Rural Development,

    July-September, Vol. 22 No.3.

14. N.Lalitha and Harish Padh (2002), `Access to Medicine: Issues and Prospects for Indian Pharma’, in

    Indian Healthcare Industry a SWOT Analysis, official publication of Pharmaceutical Expo 2002,

    published by Saket Projects Ltd, Ahmedabad.

    15. Sudarshan Iyengar and N. Lalitha, (2002) `Bt Cotton in India-Controversy Visited’, Indian Journal of

    Agricultural Economics, Vol.57, No.3, July-September

16. N.Lalitha, (2002), `India’s Pharmaceutical Industry in the WTO Regime: A SWOT Analysis’,

    Economic and Political Weekly, Vol. XXXVII, No.34, August 24-30.

    17. N.Lalitha, (2002), `Drug Policy: Prescription for Symptoms’, Economic and Political Weekly,

    Vol.XXXVII, No.30, July27-August2.

    18. N.Lalitha (2002), `TRIPS and Pharmaceutical Industry: Issues of Strategic Importance’, Journal of

    Review of Development and Change, Vol. VII, No.1, January-June.

19. N.Lalitha (2002), `Employment and Labour Productivity in the Unorganised Manufacturing Sector of

    Gujarat’, Indian Journal of Regional Science, Vol.24, No.1.

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20. Unni Jeemol N.Lalitha and Uma Rani, (2001) `Economic Reforms and Productivity Trends in Indian

    Manufacturing’, Economic and Political Weekly, Vol. 36 No 41, October 13.

21. N.Lalitha, (2000), ‘Unorganized Manufacturing Sector in the National Economy and Gujarat State: An

    Analysis of its Growth Dynamics and Contribution to National Income, National Council of Applied

    Economic Research, Report No.6, July.

22. N.Lalitha (2000), `Issues in Industrial Development of Gujarat and Policy Initiatives by the

    Government of Gujarat,’ Dr. D. T. Lakdawala Memorial Trust Occasional Paper Series No.6,

    Ahmedabad, July.

    23. N.Lalitha, (1999), `Women in the Unorganized Manufacturing Sector in India: A Sectoral Analysis,’

    The Indian Journal of Labour Economics, Vol.42, No.4, October-December.

    24. N.Lalitha, (1999), `Commercializing Road Projects: Lessons for India,’ Journal of Review of

    Development and Change, Vol. IV, No.1, January-June.

    25. N.Lalitha, (1999), `State Level Reforms to Promote Industrialization: A Case Study of Gujarat,’ Indian

    Journal of Regional Science, Vol XXX, No 1, 1998.

26. `Amitabh Kundu and N. Lalitha (1998), ‘nformal Manufacturing Sector in Urban India: Sectoral

    Trends and Interdependencies,’ The Indian Journal of Labour Economics, Vol. 41, No.3, July-

    September.

27. N.Lalitha (1997), `Risk assessment and Management in Commercializing Infrastructure Projects:

    With Reference to a Highway Project in Gujarat, India’, Conference volume of the International

    Conference on `Risk Assessment and Management: Planning Responses for a Uncertain Future,

    organized by the International Society of City and Regional Planners (ISoCARP), Netherlands and

    Japan Association for Planning Administration, Japan, Ogaki, Japan, September 17-20, 1997.

    28. N.Lalitha, (1995), `Public Issues of Private Corporate Sector,’ Economic and Political Weekly,Vol.

    XXX, No.21, May 27.

III. GIDR Working Papers

1. Bharat Ramaswami, Carl Pray and N. Lalitha (2008), The Limits of Intellectual Property Rights:

    Lessons from the Spread of Illegal Transgenic Seeds in India (with Bharat Ramaswami and Carl

    Pray), Working Paper no.182. Gujarat Institute of Development Research, Ahmedabad,

2. N.Lalitha and Samira Guennif (2007), ‘A status paper on the pharmaceutical Industry in France,

    Working Paper no.180, Gujarat Institute of Development Research, Ahmedabad, December.

3. N.Lalitha (2007), Government Intervention and Prices of Medicines: Lessons from Tamil Nadu,

    Working Paper no.175, Gujarat Institute of Development Research, Ahmedabad, July.

4. Samira Guennif and N.Lalitha, (2007), ‘TRIPS Plus Agreements and Issues in Access to Medicines

    in Developing Countries, Working Paper no.174, Gujarat Institute of Development Research,

    Ahmedabad, May.

5. N.Lalitha, (2005), ‘Essential Drugs in Government Health Care: An Emerging Model of Procurement

    and Supply’, Working Paper No.161, Gujarat Institute of Development Research September.

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6. N.Lalitha, (2004), `A Review of the Pharmaceutical Industry of Canada’, Working Paper no. 151,

    Gujarat Institute of Development Research, Ahmedabad, December

7. N.Lalitha, (2003), `Intellectual Property Protection to Plant Varieties: Issues in Transgenic Cotton

    Cultivation’ Working Paper No.136, Gujarat Institute of Development Research, Ahmedabad, March,

    2003.

8. N.Lalitha, (2002), ‘India’s Pharmaceutical Industry in the WTO Regime: A SWOT Analysis’, Gujarat

    Institute of Development Research, Working Paper No.131, Ahmedabad, March.

    9. N. Lalitha (2001), ‘TRIPS and Pharmaceutical Industry: Issues of Strategic Importance’, Gujarat

    Institute of Development Research, Working Paper No.128, November.

10. Unni Jeemol N.Lalitha and Uma Rani Economic Reforms and Productivity Trends in Indian

    Manufacturing’ (2000),Gujarat Institute of Development Research, Paper No 119, Ahmedabad,

    September.

11. N.Lalitha, (1999), ‘Commercializing Road Projects: Lessons for India,’ Gujarat Institute of

    Development Research, Working Paper No 106, Ahmedabad, January 1999.

    12. N.Lalitha, (1997),` State level reforms to promote Industrialization: A Case Study of Gujarat,’ Gujarat

    Institute of Development Research, Working Paper No.82, Ahmedabad, March

13. N.Lalitha, (1995), `Financial Intermediaries in Private Corporate Sector,’ Gujarat Institute of

    Development Research Working Paper No 69, Ahmedabad, December.

14. N.Lalitha, (1994), An Analysis of Public Issues of Private Corporate Sector in India,’ Gujarat Institute

    of Development Research, Working Paper No 62, Ahmedabad, December

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