James Mittra

First name
James
Last name
Mittra
Banda, G., Tait, J., & Mittra, J. (2018). Evolution of regenerative medicine business models. Clinical Therapeutics, 40(7), 1084-1094, .
Mastroeni, M., Barlow, E., Mittra, J., & Wield, D. (2014). The Imagined Health Community. Narratives of Scottish Health and Independence.
Mittra, J., & Tait, J. (2012). Analysing Stratified Medicine Business Models and Value Systems. New Biotechnology, 29(6), 709-719, .
Mastroeni, M., Mittra, J., & Tait, J. (2012). Methodology for the Analysis of Life Science Innovation Systems (ALSIS) and its Application to Three Case Studies. ESRC Innogren Centre.
Haddow, G., Mittra, J., Snowden, K., Barlow, E., & Wield, D. (2014). From 'Sick Man' To 'Living Lab' - The Narrative of Scottish Health Since Devolution. Edinburgh: Innogen Working Paper No. 108. Retrieved from http://innogen.ac.uk/working-papers/889
Mittra, J., Tait, J., & Wield, D. (2011). From Maturity to Value-Added Innovation. Trends In Biotechnology, 29(3), 105-109, . Retrieved from http://www.scopus.com/inward/record.url?scp=79951671970&partnerID=8YFLogxK
Mastroeni, M., Barlow, E., Mittra, J., & Wield, D. (2014). The Imagined Health Community: Narratives Of Scottish Health And Independence. Edinburgh: Innogen Working Paper No. 112. Retrieved from http://innogen.ac.uk/working-papers/896
Mittra, J. (2016). The New Health Bioeconomy. R&D Policy and Innovation for the Twenty-First Century. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
Mittra, J., Mastroeni, M., Wield, D., Barlow, E., & Snowden, K. (2014). The Scottish Institutional Ecology of Health and Clinical/Medical Research and Key Issues for Scottish Independence. Edinburgh: Innogen Working Paper No. 109. Retrieved from http://innogen.ac.uk/working-papers/890
Mastroeni, M., Mittra, J., & Tait, J. (2019). Political influences on biotechnology-based innovation for European agriculture. Technology Analysis And Strategic Management.