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Peter Phillips
Peter Phillips

Professor Peter Phillips is with the Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy, University of Saskatchewan.

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Innovation Related Publications

Peer-reviewed books

Smyth, S, D. Castle and P. Phillips. Contracted; due to publisher March 31, 2012. Handbook on Transgenic Crops (working title). Edward Elgar

Phillips, P. and C. Ryan. Contracted; due to publisher Sept 2011. Mapping the Innovation Elephant: Case studies in theory and practice (working title). CABI.

Porter, J. and P. Phillips (eds). 2007. Public Science in Liberal Democracy. University of Toronto Press, pp. 343.

Phillips, P. and C. Onwuekwe (eds). 2007. Accessing and Sharing the Benefits of the Genomics Revolution. Kluwer/Springer, pp. 224.

Phillips, P. 2007. Governing transformative technological innovation: Who’s in charge? Oxford: Edward Elgar, pp. 306.

Phillips, P., S. Smyth and W. Kerr. 2006. Governing Risk in the 21st Century: Lessons from the World of Biotechnology. Nova Science Publishers, pp. 112.

Smyth, S. P. Phillips, W. Kerr and G. Khachatourians. 2004. Regulating the Liabilities of Agricultural Biotechnology. Wallingford, UK: CABI Publishing, pp. 210.

Phillips, P. and G.G. Khachatourians. 2001. The Biotechnology Revolution in Global Agriculture: Invention, Innovation and Investment in the Canola Sector. CABI, pp. 360.

Peter Phillips and R. Wolfe (eds.), 2001. Governing Food: Science, Safety and Trade. McGill University Press/Queens School of Policy Studies, 174 pp.

Peer-reviewed book chapters

Accepted

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

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. 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. 2006. “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.

Phillips, P. Forthcoming. “The challenge of creating, protecting and exploiting networked knowledge: IP management challenges in Genome Canada.” E. Einseidel (ed) Crossing Over, University of Calgary Press.

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. 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.

Papers in refereed journals

Ryan, Camille D. and Peter W.B. 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.

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. W. B. 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.

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.

Phillips, P. 1998. Provincial Competitiveness in a Knowledge-Based World: The Saskatchewan Case. Canadian Business Economics, 6(4), pp. 36-49.

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

Papers in Refereed Journals

Submitted/Accepted:

Smyth, S. M Gusta, K Belcher, P Phillips and D Castle. Forthcoming 2011. Changes in Herbicide Use Following the Adoption of HT Canola in Western Canada. Weed Technology.

Published:

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.

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.

Papers in Non-refereed Journals

Published:

Phillips, P. 2011. A Review of Provincial Economic Forecasts. Western Policy Analyst, 1(3), pp. 12-15.

Phillips, P. 2011. The Western Economies. Western Policy Analyst, 1(2), pp. 10-12.

Doerksen, K, L. Jategaonkar, P. Phillips. 2011. Leading-edge social science research project aims to inform future public policy. Ag-West Bio Inc. BIO-BULLETIN. March 2010. http://www.agwest.sk.ca/publications/Bio-Bulletin/online/articles_Mar2011/BB_Mar2011-VALGEN.html

Phillips, P. 2010. Foreign investment beneficial. The Star Phoenix, September 23.

Phillips, P. 2011. Weighing 'net benefit' in a globalized world. Embassy, January 12, p. 13.

Phillips, P. et al. 2011. Policy Brief 20: Media Analysis through Narrative. www.VALGEN.ca, May.

Phillips, P. et al. 2011. Policy Brief 19: The Integration of Ethics into Regulation of Biotechnology. www.Valgen.ca, April.

Phillips, P. et al. 2011. Policy Brief 18: Performance of Canadian Technology Transfer Offices. www.VALGEN.ca, March.

Phillips, P. et al. 2011. Policy Brief 17 February 2011: The Second GE3LS Delphi Survey and Foresight Scenarios. www.VALGEN.ca, February.

Phillips, P. et al. 2011. Policy Brief 16: Discourse Analysis and the Impact of Public Engagement on Policy. www.VALGEN.ca, January.

Phillips, P. et al. 2010. Policy Brief 15: Novelty as a Regulatory Trigger for New Bioproducts and Crops. www.VALGEN.ca, December.

Phillips, P. et al. 2010. Policy Brief 14: Patent Infringement Remedies Have Limited Effects. www.VALGEN.ca, November.

Phillips, P. et al. 2010. Policy Brief 13: Scenario Methods for the Governance of ABC Technologies. www.VALGEN.ca, October

Phillips, P. et al. 2010. Policy Brief 12: Democracy, governance and public engagement. www.VALGEN.ca, September.

Phillips, P. et al. 2010. Policy Brief 11: Institutional Analysis Development (IAD) Framework. www.VALGEN.ca, August.

Phillips, P. et al. 2010. Policy Brief 10: Type I and Type II Errors in Decision Systems. www.VALGEN.ca, July.

Phillips, P. et al. 2010. Policy Brief 9: Integrated GE3LS within the Genome Canada ABC Competition. www.VALGEN.ca, June.

Phillips, P. et al. 2010. Policy Brief 8: Policy Network: An Essential Component of Policy Design. www.VALGEN.ca, May.

Phillips, P. et al. 2010. Policy Brief 7: Intellectual Property Landscapes for Bioproducts and Crops. www.VALGEN.ca, April.

Phillips, P. et al. 2010. Policy Brief 6: The Delphi method and its application to genomics and GE3LS. www.VALGEN.ca, March.

Phillips, P. et al. 2010. Policy Brief 5: Impact and uptake of democratic engagement in science policy. www.VALGEN.ca, February.

Phillips, P. et al. 2010. Policy Brief 4: Improving regulatory oversight & governance management. www.VALGEN.ca, January.

Phillips, P. et al. 2010. Policy Brief 3: Intellectual property management & technology policy. www.VALGEN.ca, December

Phillips, P. et al. 2010. Policy Brief 2: Relationship building – A key social convention for researchers. www.VALGEN.ca, November.

Phillips, P. et al. 2010. Policy Brief 1: Launch of an international research network. www.VALGEN.ca, October.

Contributed Papers in Published Conference Proceedings and Abstracts

Published:

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.

Technical Reports Relevant to Academic Field

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.

Invited Lectures Outside U of S and Invited Conference Presentations

Phillips, PW.B. 2011. Science Café entitled: “Brave New World or Franken-Future: the new science of Synthetic Biology” in Saskatoon, SK on March 15, 2011.

Phillips, PWB. 2011. Agri-science Innovation Clusters: A critical analysis of the opportunity for community-based innovation, First Plant Inter cluster Meeting in Paris, France, May 27.

Phillips, PWB. 2011. Research & Innovation Delivery Models in Agri-based Innovation Systems. Invited paper presented to an audience of 30 practitioners from AAFC in Saskatoon and an estimated 50 other listeners at eight remote sites across Canada, June 7.

Phillips. P.W.B. 2011. IP Partnerships: 3 Case Studies. VALGEN IP Workshop Banff January 20.

Phillips, P.W.B. 2011. Global Governance Quandaries Related to Synthetic Biology. PhytoMetaSyn and Synthetic Biology GE3LS Workshop. Banff March 24-25.

Phillips, P. 2010. Agri-Food Innovation and Biotechnology. SIGNET workshop on “Barriers and Opportunities in the Commercialization of Genomics-Based Bioproducts and Crops”, Saskatoon, April 27.

Phillips, P. 2010. Biotechnology: The Canadian experience. Intellectual Bridges to the Future? Policy Advice and Policy Development: Canadian and German Experiences, Canadian Embassy, Berlin, Germany, June 20-1.

Phillips, P. 2010. Challenges and issues for risk regulators. International Conference on Risk for Regulators, Ottawa, June 3.

Phillips, P. 2010. From Science to Business in Brassicas: The public-private division of labour in Canada: Canola and beyond. TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER in the PLANT SCIENCES: ENHANCING NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL BENEFITS, Wageningen, NL, May 20-21, 2010.

Phillips, P. 2010. Social Control of Knowledge: IPRS in Society. Presentation to the UN-IP Symposium, EUI, Florence, Italy, March 3-4.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

    

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