Publications

Books

Forthcoming

Smyth, S, D. Castle and P. Phillips. Contracted. Research Collection on Agriculture, Biotechnology and Development. Edward Elgar.

Smyth, S, D. Castle and P. Phillips. Contracted. Handbook on Agriculture, Biotechnology and Development. Edward Elgar.

Phillips, P., Wbb, G., Karwandy, J, and Ryan, C. Forthcoming 2012. Innovation in Agri-food Research Systems: Theory and Case Studies. CABI.

Atkinson, M., Béland, D., Marchildon, G., McNutt, K., Phillips, P., and Rasmussen, K. Contracted. Governance and Public Policy in Canada: A View from the Provinces. University of Toronto Press.

Published

Governing Transformative Technological Innovation:  Who's in Charge? Public Science in Liberal Democracy Accessing and Sharing the Benefits of the  Genomics Revolution Buy Governing Risk

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Chapters in Books:

 

Accepted:

Phillips, P.  and D. Castle. Forthcoming. 17. Science and Technology in Canada: Government Investment at the Crossroad? In How Ottawa Spends, 2012-13. C. Stoney and GB Doern (eds), McGill-Queen’s University Press, Montreal.

Phillips, P. Forthcoming. Risks, Rights and Regulations: Challenges to science-based risk analysis. In A. Herzberg (ed), Statistics, Science and Public Policy. MQUP.

Phillips, P and G. Webb. Submitted. Cooperative and partnership governance in Saskatoon.  In ISRN Series Volume III:  Civic Engagement and Collaborative Governance in Canadian City-Regions, Neil Bradford,ed.. U of T Press.

Phillips, P. and G. Webb. Submitted. Talent, Tolerance and Community in Saskatoon. In ISRN Series Volume II: Attracting and Retaining Talented and Creative Workers in Canadian Cities: The Social Dynamics of Economic Innovation, Jill L. Grant, ed. University of Toronto Press.

P. Phillips and G. Webb. Submitted. Social dynamics, diversity and physical infrastructure in creative, innovative communities: The Saskatoon Case. In ISRN Series Volume I:  Innovation and knowledge flows in Canadian cities, ed. D. Wolfe. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

P. Phillips and G. Webb. Submitted. Saskatoon: From small town to global hub. In ISRN Series Volume IV: Innovation and Knowledge Flows in Canadian Cities, D. Wolfe and M. Gertler (eds), University of Toronto Press.

Phillips, P. Forthcoming 2011. The Agricultural Industry. Chapter 5 in C. Brunk and S. Hartley (eds) Animal Biotechnology: What’s at Stake? Values in Conflict and Implications for Public Policy. University of Toronto Press.

Phillips, P. Forthcoming. ‘Give us this day our daily bread’: The iconic role of wheat in the modern world. K. Culver and K. O’Doherty (eds) Fishing and farming marine iconic species in the genomcs era:  Cod and Salmon.

 

Published:

Phillips, P. 2010. Personal privacy and the public good: Security of the person in the information age. In A. Herzberg (ed), Statistics, Science and Public Policy: Ethics, Security and Society. MQUP, pp. 117-122.

Castle, D. and PWB Phillips. 2011. Science and Technology in Canada: Innovation Gaps and Productivity Traps. In How Ottawa Spends, 2011-12: Life under the knife (again!), C. Stoney and GB Doern (eds), McGill-Queen’s University Press, Montreal, 163-179.

Phillips, P. and C. Ryan. 2010. The role of clusters in driving innovation. Translated into Spanish and republished in “Gestión de Propiedad Intelectual para la Innovación en Salud y Agricultura: manual de buenas prácticas” produced by Chile’s Foundation for Agricultural Innovation (FIA), PIPRA, and the Interamerican Association of Intellectual Property Attorneys (ASIPI).

Gaisford, J., W. Kerr, P.W.B. Phillips and C.D. Ryan, 2011. High-tech clustering in Canada. Chapter in Zhiqi Chen and Marc Duhamel (eds), Industrial Organization in Canada: Empirical Evidence and Policy Challenges. McGill-Queen's University Press.

Phillips, P. and D. Castle. 2010. Science and technology spending: still no viable federal innovation agenda. Chapter 9 in B. Doern and C. Stoney (eds), How Ottawa Spends 2010-11:  Recession, Realignment and the New Deficit Era, McGill Queen’s University Press, pp. 168-186.

Phillips, P., C. Ryan, J. Karwandy, T. Procyshyn and J. Parchewski. 2008. “The Saskatoon agricultural biotechnology cluster,” in C. Karlsson ed., Handbook of Research on Clusters: Theories, Policies and Case Studies, Edward Elgar, 233-52.

Phillips, P. 2008. Art and the Governance of New Technologies. In T. Caulfield and C. Gillespie (eds), Imagining Science: Art, Science and Social Change. Edmonton: University of Alberta Press. pp. 75-7.

Ryan, C. and P. Phillips. 2008. “Evaluating Knowledge Management Capacity in R&D Networks: Social network analyses of Genome Canada projects.” In /Applications of Social Network Analysis ASNA 2005. /Uwe Serdült and Volker Täube (eds). Pps: 233-254.

Phillips, P.W.B., 2008. Technology, ownership and governance: an alternative view of IPRs. Chapter in E. Einsiedel (ed), Foresight on Emerging Technologies. University of Calgary Press, 307-326.

Porter, J. and P. Phillips. 2007. Introduction: The History, Philosophy and Practice of Public Science. In Porter, J. and P. Phillips (eds). Accepted; Forthcoming. Public Science in Liberal Democracy. University of Toronto Press, pp. 3-19.

Phillips, P and C. Onwuekwe, 2007. Introduction to access to benefit sharing. Chapter 1 in Phillips, P. and C. Onwuekwe (eds), Accessing and Sharing the Benefits of the Genomics Revolution. Kluwer, pp .3-20.

Phillips, P. 2007. 2007. Farmers' privilege and patented seeds. Chapter 5 in Phillips and Onwuekwe, eds., pp. 49-64.

Onwuekwe, C. and P. Phillips. 2007. Access and benefit sharing in the new millennium. Chapter 12 in Phillips and Onwuekwe, eds, pp.199-208.

Phillips, P. 2007. The breadth of integration from trade agreements: Large versus small country bargaining power. Chapter 9 in J. Gaisford and W. Kerr, Handbook on International Trade Policy, Edward Elgar, 94-105.

Phillips, P. and C. Ryan. 2007. The role of clusters in driving innovation. Chapter 3.1.1 in Krattinger, A., Mahoney, R. Nelsen, L, Thomson, J., Satyanarayana, K., Bennett, A, and Fernandez, C. (eds) The Handbook of best practices for management of intellectual property in health and agriculture, MIHR, 281-294.

Phillips, P. and C. Ryan, 2007. Building Clusters: Exploring Public Policy Options for Supporting Regional Innovation Chapter 4.2.20 in Mahoney, R. Krattinger, A., Nelsen, L, Thomson, J., Satyanarayana, K., Bennett, A, and Fernandez, C. (eds) The Handbook of best practices for management of intellectual property in health and agriculture, MIHR.

Smyth, S., P. Phillips and W. Kerr, “Managing Liabilities Arising from Agricultural Biotechnology,” in R.E. Just, J.M. Alston, and D. Zilberman, eds., Regulating Agricultural Biotechnology: Economics and Policy, Springer Publishers, 2006.

Stuart Smyth and Peter W.B. Phillips. 2007. Science and Regulation: Assessing the Impacts of Incomplete Institutions and Information in the Global Agricultural Biotechnology Industry. Reprinted as Chapter 24 in R. Evenson and T. Raney (eds.), The Political Economy of Genetically Modified Foods, Edward Elgar, pp. 387-399.

Haggui, F., P. Phillips and R. Gray. 2006. Opposition to genetically modified wheat and global food security. Chapter 15 in R. Evenson and V. Santaniello (eds), International Trade and Policies for GM Products, CABI Publishing, pp. 175-190.

Smyth, S., G. G. Khachatourians and P. W. B. Phillips. 2006. Governing Innovative Science: Challenges Facing the Commercialization of Plant-made Pharmaceuticals. In E. Evenson and V. Santaniello (eds.), International Trade and Policies for Genetically Modified Products, Wallingford: CABI Publishing, pp 133-146.

Smyth, S. and P. Phillips. 2006. Pervasiveness of Risk in Modern Society. Chapter 1 in Phillips et al (eds) Governing Risk in the 21st Century: Lessons from the World of Biotechnology, Nova Science Publishers, pp 1-10.

Phillips, P. 2006. Assessing the risks of biotechnology: challenges, issues and opportunities. Chapter 2 in Phillips et al (eds) Governing Risk in the 21st Century: Lessons from the World of Biotechnology, Nova Science Publishers, pp. 13-29.

Phillips, P., S. Smyth and W. Kerr. 2006. Governing risk in the 21st century. Chapter 8 in Smyth et al (eds) Governing Risk in the 21st Century: Lessons from the World of Biotechnology, Nova Science Publishers, pp. 101-104.

Phillips, P. 2005. The challenge of creating, protecting and exploiting networked knowledge. In E. Einsiedel and F. Timmermans (eds) Crossing Over: Genomics in the Public Arena, University of Calgary Press, pp. 7-32.

Phillips, P. and E. Einsiedel. 2005. The future of genomics. In E. Einsiedel and F. Timmermans (eds) Crossing Over: Genomics in the Public Arena, University of Calgary Press, pp. 239-47.

Stovin, D. and P. Phillips. 2005. Establishing effective intellectual property rights and reducing barriers to entry in Canadian Agricultural biotechnology research. Chapter 15 in J. Cooper, L. Lipper and D. Zilberman (eds), Agricultural biodiversity and biotechnology in economic development, New York: Springer Science+Business Media, pp. 309-328.

Phillips, P.W.B., Camille D. Ryan, Jeremy Karwandy, Tara Lynn Procyshyn and Julie Lynn Parchewski. 2005. Quantitative Cluster Analysis: from theory to practice. In Global Networks and Local Linkages: the paradox of cluster development in an open economy. McGill-Queen's University Press for the School of Policy Studies, Queen's University, pp. 57-82.

Smyth, S. and P. W. B. Phillips. 2004. Identity Preservation, Segregation and Traceability: Marketplace Features and Uses. In R. E. Evenson and V. Santaniello (eds.), The Regulation of Agricultural Biotechnology. CAB International, pp. 191-200.

Phillips, P. 2003. Traceability and trade of GM food. A. Eaglesham, S. Ristow and R. Hardy (eds) NBAC Report 15: Biotechnology: Science and Society at a Crossroad (NABC, Ithaca, NY), pp. 141-154.

Ryan, C. and P. Phillips. 2003. Intellectual property management in clusters: A framework for analysis. In D. Wolfe (ed) Clusters Old and New -- The Transition to a Knowledge Economy in Canada's Regions, Kingston and Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press for the School of Policy Studies, pp. 95-120.

Phillips, P. 2003. The economic impact of herbicide tolerant canola in Canada. In N. Kalaitzanondakes (ed) The economic and environmental impacts of agbiotech: A global perspective. Kluwer, pp. 119-140.

Phillips, P. 2002 Regional Systems of Innovation as a Modern R&D Entrepot: The Case of the Saskatoon Biotechnology Cluster. In J. Chrisman et al. (eds.), Innovation, Entrepreneurship, Family Business and Economic Development: A Western Canadian Perspective. University of Calgary Press, pp. 31-58.

Phillips, P. and H. McNeill. 2002. Labeling for GM Foods: Theory and Practice. . In V. Santaniello, R.E. Evenson and D. Zilberman (eds.), Market Development for Genetically Modified Foods. CAB International, pp. 245-261.

Phillips, P., R.S. Gray and S. Malla. 2002. Gains to Yield Increasing Research in the Evolving Canadian Canola Research Industry. In V. Santaniello R.E. Evenson and D. Zilberman (eds.), Market Development for Genetically Modified Foods. CAB International, pp. 113-126.

Smyth, S. and P. Phillips. 2002. Science and Regulation: Assessing the Impacts of Incomplete Institutions and Information in the Global Agricultural Biotechnology Industry. In V. Santaniello R.E. Evenson and D. Zilberman (eds.), Market Development for Genetically Modified Foods. CAB International, pp. 191-204.

Phillips, P. and G. Khachatourians. 2001. The Economic and Political Consequences of Transgenic Food Plants. In G. Khachatourians, A. McHughen, R. Scorza, W-K. Nip and Y. Hui. (eds.), The Handbook of Transgenic Plants. Marcel Dekker, pp. 311-325.

Phillips, P. and D. Dierker. 2001. Public good and private greed: Strategies for realizing public benefits from a privatized global agri-food research effort. Chapter 7 in Pardey, P.G. ed. The Future of Food: Biotechnology Markets and Policies in an International Setting. Washington D.C.: International Food Policy Research Institute, pp. 129-148.

Phillips, P. 2001. International Trade in Genetically Modified Agri-Food Products. In C. Moss, G. Rausser, A. Schmitz, S. Taylor and D. Zilberman. (eds.), Agricultural Globalization, Trade and the Environment. Kluwer, 503-520.

Phillips, P and R. Wolfe (eds). 2001. Governing Food in the 21st Century: The globalization of risk analysis. In Phillips, P and R. Wolfe (eds.), Governing Food: Science, Safety and Trade, McGill University Press/Queens School Studies, pp. 1-10.

Phillips, P. 2001. Food safety, trade policy and international institutions. In P. Phillips and R. Wolfe, Governing Food: Science, Safety and Trade. McGill University Press/Queens School of Policy Studies, pp. 27-48.

Phillips, P. and D. Buckingham. 2001. Agricultural Biotechnology, the Environment and International Trade Regulation: Your Place or Mine? In H. Michelmann, J. Rude, J. Stabler and G. Storey (eds.), Globalization and Agricultural Trade Policy, Lynne Reinner Publishers, pp. 67-96.

Phillips, P. and D. Stovin. 2000. The Economics of Intellectual Property Rights in the Agricultural Biotechnology Sector. In M. Qaim et al.(eds.), Agricultural Biotechnology in Developing Countries: Towards Optimizing the Benefits for the Poor. Kluwer Academic Publishers, pp. 259-280.

Phillips, P. 2000. Intellectual Property Rights and Public Research in Canada. In V. Santaniello et al. (eds.), Agriculture and Intellectual Property Rights: Economic Institutional and Implementation Issues in Biotechnology. CAB International, pp. 223-248.

 

Expository and Review Articles

 

Accepted:

Phillips, P. Forthcoming. Canadian Perspectives. In C. Mitcham (ed), The Encyclopedia of Ethics and Biotechnology.

 

Published:

           Phillips, P. 2009. Patenting Life. In J. Callicott, et al (eds) Encyclopedia of Environmental Ethics and Philosophy, Macmillan Reference, Volume 2, pp. 143-48

Gauthier, D, P. Phillips, et al. (eds). 2005. The Encyclopedia of Saskatchewan: A living legacy. CPRC., pp. 1071 (editor of economics and business section; 50+ entries).

           Phillips, P. 2005. The Saskatchewan Economy. R. Ivanosko et al (eds) The Encyclopedia of Saskatchewan, pp. 273-6.

           Phillips, P. 2003. Development and Commercialization of Genetically Modified Plants. Brian Thomas, D. Murphy and B. Murray (eds.), Encyclopedia of Applied Plant Sciences, Elsevier, pp 273-9.

Phillips, P. 2003. The Ethics of Ownership of Plant Genetic Resources. Brian Thomas, D. Murphy and B. Murray (eds.), Encyclopedia of Applied Plant Sciences, Elsevier, pp 289-95.

Phillips, P. 2000. The Geography of the Saskatchewan Macro-Economy. In K. Fung et al. (eds.), The Atlas of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon: University of Saskatchewan, pp. 211-16.

 

PAPERS IN REFEREED JOURNALS:

 

Submitted/Accepted:

 

Published:

Smyth, S. M Gusta, K Belcher, P Phillips and D Castle. 2011. Changes in Herbicide Use after Adoption of HR Canola in Western Canada. Weed Technology 25: 492-500.

Smyth, S. J., W. A. Kerr and P.W.B Phillips. 2011. Recent Trends in the Scientific Basis of Sanitary and Phytosanitary Trade Rules and Their Potential Impact on Investment. The Journal of World Investment and Trade. 12 (1): 5-26.

Smyth, S. J., M. Gusta, K. Belcher, P.W.B. Phillips and D. Castle. 2011. Environmental Impacts from Herbicide Tolerant Canola Production in Western Canada. Agricultural Systems, 104: 403-10.

Gusta M, Smyth S.J., Belcher K, Phillips PWB and D Castle. 2011. Economic Benefits of Genetically Modified Herbicide Tolerant Canola for Producers. AgBioForum, 14:1-13.

Phillips, P. 2010. Genomics and public policy:  Wealth for Canadians. The Integrated Assessment Journal 10(1), 7-21.

Castle, D., P. Phillips, A. Brown, K. Culver, D. Castrataro, Tania Bubela, Shawn Harmon, Graham Dutfield and Patricia Barclay. 2009. Knowledge Management and the Contextualisation of Intellectual Property Rights in Innovation Systems. SCRIPTed 7:1, 32-50.

Smyth, S.J., Falck-Zepeda, J.B., Gray, R.S., Nassem, A., Paarlberg, R., Phillips, P.W.B., et al. 2010. Policy recommendations from the 13th ICABR conference on the emerging bioeconomy. AgBioForum, 13(2), 98-103. Available on the World Wide Web: http://www.agbioforum.org.

Smyth, Stuart, Peter W.B. Phillips & William A. Kerr. 2009. ‘Global Governance Quandaries RegardingTransformative Technologies for Bioproducts, Crops, and Foods’. Journal of World Trade 43(6), 1299–1323.

Das, V., P. Phillips and G. Khachatourians. 2008. commercialization of plant-derived vaccines in Canada: A distant dream? 2008. Health Law Review 16(4), 25-29.

Phillips,P. and S. Smyth. 2007. Grounding the management of liabilities in the risk analysis framework. Bulletin of Science, Technology and Society 27:4, 274-286.

Pawlik, D., T. Procyshyn, G. Khachatourians, and P. Phillips. 2006. Streamlining the Risk Analysis Process and Ensuring the Optimal Organizations for Food Safety: The case application to biotechnology of Fusarium species. International Food and Agribusiness Management Review 6(1), pp.13 . Accessed on the worldwide web at: http://ageconsearch.umn.edu/bitstream/123456789/1102/1/0601pa01.pdf

Gray, R., S. Malla and P. Phillips. 2006. Product innovation in the Canadian canola sector. Supply Chain Management.: An International Journal 11(1), 65 – 74.

Coenen, L., J. Moodysson, C. Ryan, B. Asheim and P. Phillips. 2006. Comparing a Pharmaceutical and an Agro-food Bioregion: On the importance of knowledge bases for socio-spatial patterns of innovation. Industry and Innovation 13(4), 393-414.

Belcher, K., J. Nolan and P. Phillips. 2005. Genetically Modified Crops and Agricultural Landscapes: Spatial Patterns of Contamination. Ecological Economics 53, pp. 387-401.

Malla, S., R. Gray, and P. Phillips. 2004. Gains to Research in the Presence of Intellectual Property Rights and Research Subsidies. Review of Agricultural Economics, 26(1) 63-81, Feb.

Phillips, P. 2004. Agriculture: Farmers, Agrifood Industry, Scientists and consumers. Canada US Law Journal 30, pp. 273-288

Smyth, S., G. G. Khachatourians and P. W. B. Phillips. 2004. The Liability from Regulating Gene Flow in Plant-made Pharmaceuticals. Biotechnology and Genetic Engineering Reviews, 21: 277-297.

Phillips, P. and S. Smyth. 2004. Managing the Value of New-Trait Varieties in the Canola Supply Chain in Canada. Supply Chain Management, 9(4), pp. 313-322.

Phillips, P. 2004. An economic assessment of the global inoculant industry. Crop Management. Available on the world-wide web at: http://www.plantmanagementnetwork.org/ sub/cm/review/2003/industry

Ryan, C. and P. Phillips. 2004. Knowledge management in advanced technology industries: An examination of international agricultural biotechnology clusters. Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, 22(2): 217 – 232.

Haghiri, M. and P. Phillips. 2003. The Impact of Globalization on Agricultural Biotechnology in Iran: A Model for Regional-Intellectual Property Rights, Perspectives on Global Development and Technology 2(1), pp. 27-53.

Smyth S. and P. Phillips. 2003. Labeling to Manage Marketing of GM Foods? Trends in Biotechnology 21(9), Sept., 389-393.

Dierker D. and Peter W. B. Phillips. 2003. The Search for the Holy Grail? Maximizing Social Welfare under Canadian Biotechnology Patent Policy. IP Strategy Today No. 6-2003. Pp. 45-62. http://biodevelopments.org/ip/index.htm

Phillips, P. and D. Corkindale. 2003. Marketing GM foods: The way forward. AgBioForum 5(3), pp. 113-121.

Smyth, S. and P. Phillips. 2003. Product Differentiation Alternatives: Identity Preservation, Segregation and Traceability. AgBioForum 5(2), pp. 30-42.

Phillips, P. 2002. Biotechnology in the global agri-food system. Trends in Biotechnology, 20(9), September, pp. 376-381.

Smyth, S., G. Khachatourians and P. Phillips. 2002. Liabilities and Economics of Transgenic Crops. Nature Biotechnology, 20(6), 537-541.

Phillips, P. and W. Kerr. 2002. Frustrating competition through regulatory uncertainty—International trade in the products of biotechnology. World Competition: Law and Economics Review 25(1), pp. 81-99.

Smyth, S. and P. Phillips. 2002. Competitors co-operating: Establishing a supply chain to manage genetically modified canola. International Food and Agribusiness Management Review 4(1), pp. 51-66..

Buckingham, D. and P. Phillips. 2002. Hot Potato, Hot Potato: Regulating Products of Biotechnology by the International Community. Journal of World Trade 35(1), pp. 1-31, translated into Japanese, republished and circulated to 1300 researchers in universities in Japan by Agricultural Policy Research Committee Inc., a nonprofit, quasi-governmental organization.

Hobbs, J. W. Kerr, and P. Phillips. 2001. Identity preservation and international trade: Signaling quality across national boundaries. Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics 49, pp. 567-579.

Phillips, P. 2001. Will biotechnology feed the world’s hungry? International Journal 56(4), pp. 665-677.

Phillips, P. and H. McNeill. 2001. National Labeling Policy for GM Foods. AgBioForum 3(4), pp. 219-224.

Phillips, P. and N. Kalaitzandonakes. 2001. Editorial. AgBioForum 3(4), pp. 188-191.

Buckingham, D. and P. Phillips. 2001. Hot Potato, Hot Potato: Regulating Products of Biotechnology by the International Community. Journal of World Trade 35(1), pp. 1-31.

Buckingham, D. and P. Phillips. 2001. Issues and options for the international regulation of GM foods Estey Journal for Trade Law and Economics 2(1), pp. 178-189. Available at http://www.esteyjournal.com.

Phillips, P. and W. Kerr. 2000. Alternative Paradigms: The WTO versus the Biosafety Protocol for Trade in Genetically Modified Organisms. Journal of World Trade 34(4), 63-75.

Phillips, P. and G. Isaac, 1998. GMO Labeling: Threat or Opportunity. AgBioFORUM, 1(1), pp. 25-30.

Phillips, P. 1998. Whither Saskatchewan? A look at economic policies 1975 - 2000. Canadian Business Economics 6(4), pp. 37-49.

Phillips, P. 1997. Power and the Federal State in Canada: Is It Being Hollowed Out? International Journal, LIII(1), pp. 57-72.

Phillips, P. 1997. The Development of Business Economics in Saskatchewan. Canadian Business Economics, 146-151.

Phillips, P. 1994. Inventories and the Business Cycle. Policy Options, April, pp. 42-45.

Phillips, P. 1992. Whether Free or Fair Trade, Corporate Mercantilism Rules the Day. Challenge 35(1), pp. 57-59.

Phillips, P. 1991. Time to Get Off the Unicycle. Policy Options, June, pp. 31-33.

 

CONTRIBUTED PAPERS IN PUBLISHED CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS AND ABSTRACTS:

 

Accepted:

 

Published:

Doern, G. Bruce and Peter W.B. Phillips. 2011. Genomics and regulatory science regimes: Issues and options.  GPS Paper at the Canadian Science Policy Conference, Ottawa, November 16-18.

Phillips, P. 2011. LLP impacts on global trade, agricultural innovation and commodity prices. Presentation to GM Co-existence Conference, Vancouver, Canada, October 27, 2011.

Phillips. P. 2011. Collaborating on IP: New Partnerships in the Sustainable Energy Sector. Panelist at the CIC Conference on Canada and the Global Competition over Intellectual Property Assets, October 6-7.

Puja Sharma, Peter W.B. Phillips, and Camille D. Ryan. 2011. Social capital as an outcome of government’s transformational role in the Triple Helix Model:  A Case of a Large-scale S&T project. Proceedings of the Triple Helix 9 Conference, Stanford, Ca, July 11-14.

Camille D. Ryan, Peter W.B. Phillips and William P. Boland. 2011. Public-Private Partnerships and Public Policy: A Comparative Social Network and Public Policy Analysis on Competing National Systems of Innovation. Proceedings of the Triple Helix 9 Conference, Stanford, Ca, July 11-14.

Phillips, P. 2011. Risks, Rights and Regulations: Challenges to science-based risk analysis. Presentation and paper presented at the 2011 Conference on Statistics, Science and Public Policy at the Queen’s University Conference Centre at Hailsham, UK, April 18.

Stuart J. Smyth, Kenneth Belcher, Michael Gusta, Peter W. B. Phillips, and David Castle. 2011. Benefits of Genetically Modified Herbicide Tolerant Canola in Western Canada. Invited paper presented at a joint ICABR-EAERE session on biotechnology and the environment, June 29, Tor Vergata, Italy.

Smyth, S.J., W. Kerr and P.W.B Phillips.  2011. Managing Trade in Products of Biotechnology; Which Alternative to Choose: Science or Politics? 15th Annual Conference of the International Consortium on Applied Bioeconomy Research (ICABR) at Frascati, Italy. June 26-29.

Phillips, P.W.B.. 2011.    Energy Trade: Issues and Opportunities.  Taking Charge: Towards an Integrated Energy Policy for Saskatchewan. March 29.

Boland, W.P,, P. Phillips and C. Ryan. 2010. Centerless Governance and the Management of Global R&D: Public-Private Partnerships and Plant-Genetic Resource Management. VIII Triple Helix Conference, Madrid, October 20-22.

Smyth, S., P. Phillips and W. Kerr. 2010. The Incompatibility of Science and Trade at the International Level. 14th International ICABR Conference on GOVERNANCE: POLICY, ENVIRONMENTAL AND HEALTH REGULATION, AND PUBLIC INVESTMENTS IN RESEARCH, Ravello, Italy, June 16-18.

Peter W.B. Phillips, Robert MacKinnon, and Mark Leger. 2010 Comparative Analysis;  Saint John and Saskatoon. Presentation to the ISRN Annual Conference, Toronto, May 4-6.

Langford, C. and P. Phillips. 2010. Cross-City Sector Perspectives for Engineering, mining, oil and gas: Calgary and Saskatoon. Presentation to the ISRN Annual Conference, Toronto, May 4-6.

Phillips, P. 2010. Personal privacy and the public good: Security of the person in the information age. Paper prepared for Conference on Statistics, Science and Public Policy: Ethics, Security and Society, Queen’s University International Study Centre, Herstmonceux Castle,  Hailsham, England, April 22.

Phillips, P. and C. Ryan. 2010. Governance of International Networks: A Social Network Analysis of International Institutions related to Plant Genetic Resources. Political Studies Association, Edinburgh, UK, March 30.

Phillips, P. 2009. Democracy, governance and public engagement: A critical assessment. Conference on “Publics and emerging technologies: hindsight and foresight”, Banff, October.

Phillips, P. 2009. Public private partnerships as response to IPR challenges in global agri-food system: The case of pulse research. Presentation in the Roundtable on intellectual property issues and strategies for biotechnology, International ICABR Conference on the Emerging Bio-Economy, Ravello, Italy, June 19, 2009

Smyth, S., P. Phillips and W. Kerr. 2009. Global Governance Quandaries Regarding Transformative Technologies for GM Bioproducts, Crops and Foods. 13th International ICABR Conference on the Emerging Bio-Economy Ravello, Italy, June 18-20.

Phillips, P., W.Boland and Camille D. Ryan. (2009). “Centerless Governance for the Management of a Global R&D Process: public-private partnerships and plant-genetic resource management.” Poster presentation at the Political Networks Conference. Harvard University. Boston, Mass. June 12 – 14.

Phillips, P. and D. Castle. 2009. Brain Migration, Knowledge Spillovers and the Ethics of Public-Private Partnerships: Findings and Recommendations of the Ottawa Workshop. Presentation to the European Regional Economic Forum on Developing Human Capital and Managing Migration for more Competitive European Regions, Nova Goricia, Slovenia, June 8-9.

Phillips, P. 2009. ‘Give us this day our daily bread’: The iconic role of wheat in the modern world. Keynote Address at the Iconic Species Conference, St. Andrew’s, New Brunswick, May 28-9.

Phillips, P., D. Castle and V. Ravitsky. 2009. Final Report. Proceedings of the EREF Ottawa Workshop on Brain Migration, Knowledge Spillovers and the Ethics of Public-Private Partnerships, May 7.

P. Phillips, G. Webb and M. Kunz. 2009. “If I had a hammer: The role of infrastructure in creative, innovative clusters and the community in Saskatoon.” Presentation to the ISRN Annual Conference, Halifax, April 28, 2009.

P. Phillips and M. Kunz. 2009. Innovation and knowledge flows in the Saskatoon City Region. Presentation to the ISRN Annual Conference, Halifax, April 28, 2009.

Phillips, P.W.B, W.P. Boland and Camille D. Ryan. (2009). “Integrating qualitative with output factors in the evaluation of research collaborations.” /INSNA Sunbelt XXIX/. Bahia Resort Hotel, San Diego, California. March 11.

Phillips, P. 2008. “Economics and public policy: The perspective of an academic-practitioner economist”. Presentation to the KIS/JSGSPP Seminar on “The role of economics in public policy”, October 20

Phillips, P. 2008. “Session 3 Challenger Paper: Unconventional Transitions.” Presentation to the Second Banff Innovation Summit on The Resource Industries as Engines of Economic Diversification, September 26.

Phillips, P. 2008. Public private partnerships in the global agri-food system. ICGD Conference on Governance and Development, Saskatoon, June 26-7.

Smyth, S. and P. Phillips. 2008. Thresholds for Profitable Genomic Innovations. Presentation to the ICABR Conference, Ravello, Italy, June 12-14.

Phillips, P. and G. Webb. 2008. Talent, Tolerance and Community in Saskatoon. Presentation to the ISRN National Conference, Montreal, May 5.

Phillips, P. 2007. “The innovation challenge in 2027.” Agriculture 2020, KIS Conference, April 12, Saskatoon, Accessible at http://www.kis.usask.ca/Ag2020/Phillips_2020.pdf

Gusta, M., S. Smyth, P. Phillips and K. Belcher. 2007. Changes in Chemical Toxicity Following the Adoption of Genetically Modified, Herbicide Tolerant Canola in Western Canada. Havana, Cuba, November 5-9.

Philips, P. 2007. Pockets of prosperity… pockets of pain: The Innovation Challenge in 2027. KIS 2027 Forum, Saskatoon, April 12.

Smyth, S., Kaminski, R., and P. Phillips, “Social and Economic Effects of Human Gene Patenting: A Canadian Case Study of Myriad Genetics' BRCA1 and BRCA2 Patent,” PatentingLIVES Conference, London, UK, 1-2 December 2005.

Ryan, C and P. Phillips. 2005. Using Social Network Analysis to Evaluate and Predict Performance: A case-based analysis of Genomics-based R&D Networks. Centre for Comparative and International Studies: Applications in Social Network Analysis, Zurich, October.

Belcher, K., J. Nolan and P. Phillips. 2005. Establishing regulations to govern the planting and growth of genetically modified crops. Presentation at the 2005 joint AAEA-Canadian Agricultural Economics Society meetings, San Francisco, July.

Malla, S., P. Phillips, and S. Smyth. 2005. Making Markets for New Foods. ICABR Conference, Ravello, Italy, July 6-10, 2005.

Kaminski, R., S. Smyth, and P. Phillips. 2005. The Evolution of Patentability of Life Forms: A Case Analysis. ICABR Conference, Ravello, Italy, July 6-10, 2005.

Coenen, Lars, Jerker Moodysson, Camille D. Ryan, Bjørn Asheim and Peter W.B. Phillips. 2005. Knowledge bases and spatial patterns of collaboration: comparing the pharma and agro-food bioregions Scania and Saskatoon. Presentation at the Inaugural Nordic Geographers Meeting. Lund University (Geocenter and AF-Borgen). Lund, Sweden. May 10th -14th.

Coenen, Lars, Jerker Moodysson, Camille D. Ryan, Bjørn Asheim and Peter W.B. Phillips. 2005. Knowledge bases and spatial patterns of collaboration: comparing the pharma and agro-food bioregions Scania and Saskatoon. Presentation at the Bringing Science to Life: an international conference on commercializing biomedical research. Rotman School of Business and the Centre for Innovation Law and Policy. Toronto, Canada. April 29th-May 1.

Coenen, Lars, Jerker Moodysson, Camille D. Ryan, Bjørn Asheim and Peter W.B. Phillips. 2005. Knowledge bases and spatial patterns of collaboration: comparing the pharma and agro-food bioregions Scania and Saskatoon. Paper prepared for the 2005 Annual Meeting of the AAG (American Association of Geographers). Denver, Colorado. April 5-9.

Haggui, F., R. Gray and P. Phillips. 2004. Cost of EU Opposition To Genetically Modified Wheat In Terms of Global Food Security. Conference paper presented at the 8th ICABR International Conference on Agricultural Biotechnology: International Trade and Domestic Production, Ravello (Italy), July 8-11.

Kalaitzandonakes, N., P. Suntornpithug, and P. Phillips. 2004. Roundup Ready wheat in Canada and the US: A survey and analysis of potential farmer adoption. Conference paper presented at the 8th ICABR International Conference on Agricultural Biotechnology: International Trade and Domestic Production, Ravello (Italy), July 8-11.

Dierker, D. and P. Phillips. 2003. Agricultural biotechnology letters of marque. Invited paper session 10, AAEA/CAES Meetings, Montreal, July 24-27.

Phillips, P. 2003. A search for new models of regulation of genetically engineered foods. Proceedings of the ICABR Meetings, Ravello, Italy, June 9-July 4.

Phillips, P. 2003. The challenge of creating, protecting and exploiting networked knowledge. Proceedings of the ICABR Meetings, Ravello, Italy, June 9-July 4.

Smyth, S. and P. Phillips. 2003. The liabilities from regulating gene flow from pharmaceutical and transgenic plants. Proceedings of the ICABR Meetings, Ravello, Italy, June 9-July 4.

Procyshyn, T., D. Pawlik, P. Phillips and G. Khachatourians. 2003. Streamlining the Risk Analysis Process and Ensuring the Optimal Organizations for Food Safety. (13th Annual IAMA World Food and Agribusiness Forum and Symposium, June 21 - 24, 2003 Cancun Mexico)

Langford, C., J. Wood and P. Phillips. 2002. Global Science in Western Canadian Clusters: Wireless, Global Positioning, and Agricultural Biotechnology. Conference on Triple Helix and Regional Innovation Clusters, Oslo, Norway, November.

Ryan, C. and Peter W.B. Phillips. 2002. Industrial innovation and regional competitiveness in the agricultural biotechnology sector: A comparative analysis of innovation structures in North America, Europe and Australia. 5th International Conference on Chain and Network Management in Agribusiness and the Food Industry, Poster Session. June 5 - 7, Noordwijk, The Netherlands. Available online at: http://www.agbio-management.org/.

Langford, C., J. Wood and P. Phillips. 2002. Global Science in Western Canadian Clusters: Wireless, Global Positioning, and Agricultural Biotechnology. Conference on Triple Helix and Regional Innovation Clusters, Oslo, Norway, November.

Haghiri, M. And P. Phillips. 2002. The impact of globalization on agricultural biotechnology in Asia: A model of regional - intellectual property rights. Proceedings of the Asia Pacific Economics and Business Conference, 2002, Sarawak, Malaysia, Oct 2-4.

Dierker, D. and P. Phillips. 2002. The butcher, the baker, the candlestick maker: Why agricultural biotechnology industry may differ from the general biotechnology industry. Selected paper at the American Agricultural Economics Association meetings, July 28-31.

Smyth, S. and P. Phillips. 2002. The battle between GM crops and public, private and collective interests: Defining and documenting the costs and benefits of identity preservation, segregation and traceability. Proceedings of the ICABR Meetings, Ravello, Italy, July.

Olubobokum, S., P. Phillips and J. Hobbs. 2002. Estimating the willingness to pay for specific attributes in genetically modified foods. Proceedings of the ICABR Meetings, Ravello, Italy, July.

Phillips, P. 2002. Discussion group report: genetically modified crops – the food industry, producers, consumers, and the environmentalists. Proceedings of the IAAE Meetings, Berlin, August 2000, pp. 683-685.

Olubobokum, S., P. Phillips and J. Hobbs. 2001. Analysis and differentiation of consumers’ perceptions of genetically modified foods in Canada. Proceedings of the ICABR Meetings, Ravello, Italy, June 2001.

Dierker, D. and P. Phillips. 2001. The Search for the Holy Grail? Freedom to Operate in Canadian Agricultural Biotechnology. Proceedings of the ICABR Meetings, Ravello, Italy, June 2001.

Altman, I. and P. Phillips. 2001. Assuring quality in the commodity grain and oilseed trade: Standards and procedures in the Canadian grains regulatory system. Proceedings of the ICABR Meetings, Ravello, Italy, June 2001.

Smyth, S., G. Khachatourians and P. Phillips. 2001. The case for institutional and biological mechanisms to control GM gene flow. Proceedings of the ICABR Meetings, Ravello, Italy, June 2001.

Haghiri, M. and P. Phillips. 2001. Trade in the Market of Biotechnological Livestock Products and the Theory of Intermediary Firms. Proceedings of the IATRC Conference, Auckland, NZ., January.

Phillips, P. and Jillian Gustafson, 2000. Patent Strategies in the Biotechnology Industry and Implications for Technology Diffusion. Proceedings of the ICABR Conference, University of Rome “Tor Vergata”, August, Ravello, Italy.

Phillips, P. and H. Foster. 2000. Labeling for GM Foods: Theory and Practice. Proceedings of the ICABR Conference, University of Rome “Tor Vergata”, August, Ravello, Italy.

Stovin, D. and P. Phillips. 2000. Establishing effective intellectual property rights and reducing barriers to entry in Canadian Agricultural biotechnology research. Proceedings of the ICABR Conference, University of Rome “Tor Vergata”, August, Ravello, Italy.

Phillips, P. and S. Smyth. 2000. Science and Regulation: Assessing the Impacts of Incomplete Institutions and Information in the Global Agricultural Biotechnology Industry. Proceedings of the ICABR Conference, University of Rome “Tor Vergata”, August, Ravello, Italy.

Phillips, P. and S. Smyth. 2000. Managing the Value of New-Trait Varieties in the Canola Supply Chain in Canada. Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Chain Management in Agribusiness and the Food Industry, May.

Phillips, P., R.S. Gray and S. Malla, 1999. Gains to Yield Increasing Research in the Evolving Canadian Canola Research Industry. Proceedings of the ICABR Conference on The Shape of the Coming Agricultural Biotechnology Transformation: Strategic Investment and Policy Approaches from an Economic Perspective, University of Rome “Tor Vergata”, Ravello, Italy, June 17-19.

Phillips, P. and G. Isaac, 1999. Market Access and Market Acceptance for Agricultural Biotechnology Products. Proceedings of the ICABR Conference on The Shape of the Coming Agricultural Biotechnology Transformation: Strategic Investment and Policy Approaches from an Economic Perspective, University of Rome “Tor Vergata”, Ravello, Italy, June 17-19.

Phillips, P. and G. Isaac, 1999. The BioSafety Protocol and International Trade in Transgenic Canola: An Economic Assessment of the Impact on Canada Case. Proceedings of the NE-165 Conference, Transitions in Agbiotech: Economics of Strategy and Policy, Washington, DC, June 24-25.

Phillips, P., R.S. Gray and S. Malla, 1999. The Public and Not-For-Profit Sectors in a Biotechnology-Based, Privatizing World: The Canola Case. Proceedings of the NE-165 Conference, Transitions in Agbiotech: Economics of Strategy and Policy, Washington, DC, June 24-25.

Phillips, P., 1998. Innovation and Restructuring in Canada’s Canola Industry. Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Chain Management in Agribusiness and the Food Industry, May.

          

TECHNICAL REPORTS RELEVANT TO ACADEMIC FIELD:

 

Phillips, P. 2001. STUDY: Growing Forward 2 (Science and Innovation). Testimony before the  Standing Committee on Agriculture and Agri-Food, October 27, 2011.

D. Castle and P.W.B. Phillips.  Submission to the Expert Review Panel on Research and Development.  VALGEN Website February 2011. http://www.valgen.ca/wp-content/uploads/VALGEN-input-to-RD-Expert-Panel.pdf

Phillips, P. et al.  Canadian Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences Submission to the Expert Review Panel on Research and Development. 

Phillips, P. et al.  Ag-West Bio Submission to the Expert Review Panel on Research and Development.  VALGEN Website February 2011.

Phillips, P. Study: Biotechnology. Testimony before Standing Committee on Agriculture and Agri-Food. Agriculture and Agri-food Standing Committee, March 1, 2011.

Phillips, P. 2010. STUDY: C-474: An Act respecting the Seeds Regulations (analysis of potential harm). Standing Committee on Agriculture and Agri-Food, October 5.

Phillips, P. et al.  2010. Genome Canada ABC Integration Workshop: Workshop report. Banff, Jan 28-9, 38 pp.

Boland, W., P. Phillips and C. Ryan. 2010. Public-Private Partnerships for the Management of National, Regional and International Innovation Systems: A Network Analysis of Knowledge Translation Systems. Working paper for CAIRN, March.

Phillips, P., Graeme Webb, Bill Boland and Cami Ryan. 2010. Research and Innovation Delivery Models in Agri-based Innovation Systems: Final Report. Contract 01B68-10-0121,Innovation Policy Analysis, Research Branch, AAFC, September 21.

Smyth, S., P. Phillips and C. Ryan. 2007. Economic and Networking Impact Assessment for Ag-West Bio Inc.: 1989-2007, pp. 32.

Phillips, P., J. Parchewski, T. Procyshyn, C. Ryan, J. Karwandy, and J. Kihlberg. 2004. Agricultural and Life-science Clusters in Canada: An empirical and policy analysis. Final project report for AAFC Study of the Saskatoon Cluster, March 30, available on the World Wide Web at www.agbio-management.org.

CEC. 2004. Maize and biodiversity: the effects of transgenic maize in Mexico. Montreal: CEC (member of the NAFTA Chapter 13 Panel), November.

Peter Phillips, et al., 2004. NAFTA Chapter 13 Panel Report on Maize and Mexico: Findings and Recommendations (Draft submitted to Ministers of Canada, US and Mexico). June.

Phillips, P. 2003. A technical analysis of the potential impact of genetically modified canola on certified organic producers in Saskatchewan. Contracted report for MLT Law Firm on Hoffman/Beauduin v. Monsanto and Bayer Cropscience putative class action lawsuit. August 28, 2003

CBAC. 2002. Improving the Regulation of Genetically Modified Foods and Other Novel Foods in Canada: A Report to the Government of Canada Biotechnology Ministerial Coordinating Committee (Final report).

CBAC. 2001. Strengthening the Regulation of Genetically Modified and Novel Food: Interim Recommendations, 2001. CBAC.

CBAC. 2001. Regulation of Genetically Modified Food: Consultation Document, 2001. CBAC.

Phillips, P., Oswald Henry and Tom Porter, 2000. Standards in Emerging Biodiverse Industries: Western Canadian Agri-Food Interests in the Canadian Standards Strategy. Study prepared for Western Economic Diversification, June.

Phillips, P., Stuart Smyth and C. McCormick, 1999. REVISED: An Economic Assessment of the Activities and Investments of Ag-West Biotech Inc. and ICAST, 1989-99. Study prepared for Ag-West Biotech, August.

Phillips, P. et al., 1999. The International Coordination of Regulatory Approaches to Products of Biotechnology. Submitted to Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, June.

Phillips, P. and G. Isaac, 1999. Assessment of the Potential Impact of the BioSafety Protocol: The Canadian Agricultural Commodities Case. Prepared for the CFIA, March.

Phillips, P. and C. McCormick, 1998. An Economic Assessment of the Activities and Investments of Ag-West Biotech Inc. and ICAST, 1989-98. Study prepared for Ag-West Biotech, September.

Funk, G., P. Molder and P. Phillips, 1998. Optimum Location in Saskatchewan for a Dockage Processing Plant. Agricultural Development Fund Research Report.

Phillips, P. 1998. The Future for the Canadian Wheat Industry: Developing a Research Agenda. Van Vliet Policy Commentary #4, Distributed at U. of S. Industry Policy Forum, March 18.

Phillips, P. 1998. The World Canola Market: Past Developments, Present Trends and Future Possibilities. Van Vliet Policy Commentary #5, Presented at Canola Council of Canada Convention on “Designer Agriculture”, March 16.

Phillips, P. 1997. Biotechnology, the Consumer and the Marketplace: The Role of Labeling in the Canola Sector. Van Vliet Policy Commentary #3, University of Saskatchewan, July (Presented to the Canadian Forum on Biotechnology Labeling, October).

Phillips, P. 1997. What is the Future for the Canadian Wheat Board? Van Vliet Policy Commentary #1, University of Saskatchewan, April (published in The Western Producer, May 1).

        

BOOK REVIEWS:

 

Phillips, P. 2003. Review of Science and Social Context: The regulation of RBGH in North America. Science Policy.

Phillips, P. 2002. Review of The UN World Food Program and the Development of Food Aid. International Journal.

Phillips, P. 1997. Review of Implications of Knowledge-based Growth for Micro-Economic Policies. Canadian Public Administration.

Phillips, P. 1997. Review of Against the Tide: An Intellectual History of Free Trade. Canadian Public Policy.

Phillips, P. 1995. Review of Provincial Trade Wars: Why the Blockage Must End. Canadian Public Policy, January.

Phillips, P. 1994. Review of Protecting Markets: U.S. Policy and the World Grain Trade. Canadian Public Policy, December.

Phillips, P. 1993. Review of Policy Analysis and Economics: Developments, Tensions and Prospects. Canadian Public Policy.

Phillips, P. 1993. Review of Group Politics and Public Policy. Policy Options, August.

Phillips, P. 1990. Review of Agricultural Trade: Domestic Pressures and International Tensions. Canadian Public Administration, Autumn.

Phillips, P. 1990. Review of Farming the System. Canadian Public Administration, Autumn.

Phillips, P. 1990. Review of Pacific Initiatives in Global Trade. Canadian Public Policy, Summer.

Phillips, P. 1990. Review of The GATT: Middle Powers and the Uruguay Round. Canadian Public Policy, Summer.

Phillips, P. 1989. Review of Rich Man’s Farming. Millennium, Summer.

Phillips, P. 1989. Review of Fixing Farm Trade: Policy Options for the US. Millennium, Summer.