MATTHEWS D(2019). Intellectual Property Courts in China. Competition Law and Intellectual Property in China, Oxford University Press, USA
MATTHEWS D(2017). Exclusivity for biologics. Research Handbook on Intellectual Property and the Life Sciences, Edward Elgar Publishing
MATTHEWS DN(2015). The Right to Health and Patents. Research Handbook on Human Rights and Intellectual Property, Edward Elgar Publishings
MATTHEWS DN(2014). When Framing Meets Law: Using Human Rights as a Practical Instrument to Facilitate Access to Medicines in Developing Countries. TRIPS and Developing Countries: Towards a New IP World Order?, Edward Elgar (Cheltenham, UK),
MATTHEWS DN(2013). Negotiating the IP Chapter of an EU–US Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership: Let’s Not Repeat Past Mistakes. IIC - International Review of Intellectual Property and Competition Law vol. 44, (5) 491-493.
MATTHEWS DN(2013). The Rise and Fall of the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA): Lessons for the European Union. IIC - International Review of Intellectual Property and Competition Law vol. 11, (6) 626-655.
MATTHEWS DN(2012). Counterfeiting and Public Health. Criminal Enforcement of Intellectual Property: A Handbook of Contemporary Research, Edward Elgar Publishing
MATTHEWS DN(2012). Global Matters for Non-Governmental Public Action. Global Matters for Non-Governmental Public Action, Editors: Howell, J, Palgrave Macmillan
MATTHEWS DN (2012). The Rise and Fall of the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA): Lessons for the European Union. no. No. 127/2012,
MATTHEWS DN(2012). NGO Coalitions and the Global Access to Medicines Campaign: the Impact of Intellectual Property Rights on Developing Countries. Global Matters for Non-Governmental Public Action, Editors: Howell, J, Palgrave Macmillan
Matthews DN(2011). Intellectual property, human rights and development : the role of NGOs and social movements. Edward Elgar
Matthews DN, Correa C (2011). The Doha Declaration Ten Years on and Its Impact on Access to Medicines and the Right to Health. United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)
MATTHEWS DN(2011). When Framing Meets Law: Using Human Rights as a Practical Instrument to Facilitate Access to Medicines in Developing Countries. World Intellectual Property Organisation Journal vol. 3, (1) 113-127.
Matthews DN (2010). Patents in the Global Economy.
Matthews DN(2010). Intellectual Property Rights, Human Rights and the Right to Health. Intellectual Property Rights and Human Rights, Editors: Grosheide, W, Edward Elgar (Cheltenham UK),
Matthews DN(2010). The Lisbon Treaty, Trade Agreements and the Enforcement of Intellectual Property Rights. European Intellectual Property Review vol. 32, (3) 104-112.
Matthews DN, Chiarolla C (2009). Literature Review of International IP Strategy on behalf of the Intellectual Property Office.
Academy EP(2009). Core Moduel 2: How Patents Work. An introduction for law students. Patent Teaching Kit, European Patent Office (Munich, Germany),
Matthews DN (2008). The Fight Against Counterfeiting and Piracy in the Bilateral Trade Agreements of the EU. European Parliament (Brussels, Belgium),
Matthews DN (2008). Characterising EC regulation: emulation, innovation, re-regulation. Presented at: LSE,
Matthews DN, Munoz-Tellez V(2008). Intellectual Property and Multilateral Institutions. The companion to development studies, Editors: Desai, V, Potter, RB, Oxford University Press, USA
Matthews DN (2007). Prelminary Comments on the Draft Law on the Protection of Intellectual Property in Rwanda Part II.
Matthews DN (2007). Preliminary Comments on the Draft Law on the Protection of Intellectual Property in Rwanda.
MATTHEWS DN(2007). The Role of International NGOs in the Intellectual Property Policy-Making and Norm-Setting Activities of Multilateral Institutions. Chicago-Kent Law Review vol. 82, 356-382.
Matthews DN(2007). Lessons from Negotiating an Amendment to the TRIPS Agreement: Compulsory licensing and access to medicines. Emerging issues in intellectual property, Editors: Westkamp, G, Edward Elgar Publishing
MATTHEWS DN (2006). NGOs, Intellectual Property Rights and Multilateral Institutions. Queen Mary Intellectual Property Research Institute, Centre for Commercial Law Studies, University of London (London),
Matthews DN(2006). From the August 30, 2003 WTO Decision to the December 6, 2005 Agreement on an Amendment to TRIPS: Improving Access to Medicines in Developing Countries?. Intellectual Property Quarterly vol. 10, 91-130.
Munoz-Tellez V, Matthews DN(2006). Bilateral Technical Assistance and TRIPS: The United States, Japan and the European Communities in Comparative Perspective. Journal of World Intellectual Property vol. 9, (6) 629-653.
MATTHEWS DN, Munoz-Tellez V(2006). Parallel Trade: A Users' Guide. Intellectual Property Management in Health and Agricultural Innovation: A Handbook of Best Practices, Editors: Krattiger, A, Mahoney, RT, Nelsen, L, Thomson, JA et al., MIHR and PIPPRA (Oxford, UK and Davis, CA, USA.),
MATTHEWS DN(2005). TRIPS Flexibilities and Access to Medicines in Developing Countries: the Problem with Technical Assistance and Free Trade Agreements. European Intellectual Property Review vol. 27, 420-427.
MATTHEWS DN(2005). Is History Repeating Itself? The Outcome of Negotiations on Access to Medicines, the HIV/AIDS Pandemic and Intellectual Property Rights in the World Trade Organisation. ICFAI Journal of Intellectual Property Rights vol. IV, 60-77.
Matthews DN (2004). The TRIPS Agreement – Ten Years Later. A Report of a Conference Commemorating the 10th Anniversary of the TRIPS Agreement held on 23rd and 24th June 2004. European Commission (Brussels, Belgium),
Matthews DN(2004). The WTO Decision on Implementation of Paragraph 6 of the Doha Declaration on the TRIPS Agreement and Public Health: A Solution to the Access to Essential Medicines Problem?. Journal of International Economic Law vol. 7, 73-107.
MATTHEWS DN, KIRKLAND J, PICKERING J, BLACKBURN R(2003). A Strategic Approach to Managing Intellectual Property. Intellectual Property and Innovation Management in Small Firms, Routledge (London),
MATTHEWS DN(2002). Globalising Intellectual Property Rights: The TRIPs Agreement. Routledge (London),