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Journal Papers 2006

  1. Abrol, D. (2006) Conditions for the achievement of pharmaceutical innovation for sustainable development: lessons from India. World Review of Science, Technology and Sustainable Development, 3(4): 344-361.
  2. Abrol, Dinesh, ‘Democratizing Indian Higher Education’, Social Change, 2006, 36(3), 121-160.
  3. Banerjee, P. (2006) Social networks as platforms for new public-private partnerships in technical and vocational education. The Innovation Journal, 11(3).
  4. Garg, K.C., Dutt, B; Kumar, Suresh (2006) Scientometric profile of Indian science as seen through science citation index. Annals of Library and Information Studies, 53: 114-125.
  5. Garg, K.C., Kumar, Suresh; Lal, K. (2006) Scientometric profile of Indian agricultural research as seen through science citation index expanded. Scientometrics, 68: 151-166.
  6. Garg, K.C.; Dutt, B.; Kumar, S. (2006) A preliminary scientometric investigation of malaria research. Annals of Library and Informtion Studies, 53(1): 45-53.
  7. Gupta V.K. (2006) `References to literature in patent documents: a case study of CSIR in India’ Scientometrics. 68 (1): 29-40.
  8. Gupta V.K. (2006) ‘Collaboration of Indian scientists in Patenting’, Invention Intelligence, March-April: 17-22.
  9. Habib, S. Irfan (2006) Is Islamic science possible? The Radical Humanist, 69(10).
  10. Haritash, Nirmal; Gupta, B.M. (2006) Collaboration among Indian political parties on S&T: A study based on questions in the Parliament. Journal of Information Management and Scientometrics, 3(1): 1-8.
  11. Kavita Mehra .2006 Supply Chain Innovation: Connecting Rural Farmers to Urban Customers. Innovation 1 (1) :1-13.
  12. Madhavi, Y. (2006) New combination vaccines: Backdoor entry into India’s Universal Immunization Programme? Current Science, 10 June, 90(11): 1465-1469.
  13. Mrinalini, N.; Nath, Pradosh (2006) Comparative evaluation of practices: Lessons from R&D organizations. Benchmarking, 13(1/2): 214-222.
  14. Rai, L. P. and Kumar, Naresh, Scientific and Technical Manpower Production in India: The Changing Scenario, IAMR Manpower Journal, Vol. XXXXI, No. 1, 2006.
  15. Rajeswari S. Raina (2006) “Need for Public Debate – the Indo-US Knowledge Initiative”, Economic and Political Weekly: pp. 1622-1624. 
  16. Rajeswari S. Raina (2006) “Researching the Drylands,” Seminar, No. 546. August 2006, pp 25-29.
  17. Rajeswari S. Raina and Sunita Sangar, (2006) “Confronting complexity: the Evolution of Soil Science Research in India, 1980-2001,”  Trends in Soil Science, Bulletin of the Indian Society of Soil Science (ISSS), No. 23. ISSS: New Delhi. Pp. 116-141.
  18. Rajeswari S. Raina, Sunita Sangar, Rasheed V. Sulaiman, Andrew J. Hall (2006) “The soil sciences in India: Policy lessons for agricultural innovation” Research Policy, Vol 35 (5): 691-714.
  19. Roy, S.; Gupta, B.M.; Kumar, S. (2006) Exploring scientific productivity and the impact of age, research area, and rank: Case of CSIR, India. Journal of Information Management and Scientometrics, 3(1): 16-26.
  20. Singh, Anuradha, ‘Action and Reason in the Theory of Ayurveda’, AI& Society, 2006, 21; pp.27-46.
  21. Solanki, S.S. (2006) Development of artisans clusters through technology intervention — A case study of artisans cluster in Sampla (Haryana). Thought,  XI: (PP to be asked)