The origins and implications of using innovation systems perspectives in the design and implementation of agricultural research projects: Some personal observations

Hall, Andy (2007). The origins and implications of using innovation systems perspectives in the design and implementation of agricultural research projects: Some personal observations. UNU-MERIT.

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  • Author Hall, Andy
    Title The origins and implications of using innovation systems perspectives in the design and implementation of agricultural research projects: Some personal observations
    Publication Date 2007
    Publisher UNU-MERIT
    Abstract In recent years the there has been an increasing recognition of the potential of the innovation systems concept to provide new ways of making more effective use of agricultural research and improve its impact on socially desirable outcomes. This paper documents the experiences of a group of researchers in India who experimented with this framework and tried to operationalise its principles in project design. The paper comments on some of the implications of using this approach and the challenges it presents for implementers of agricultural research projects in developing countries.
    Keyword Innovation systems
    Agricultural research
    Development practice
    Poverty reduction
    Lessons and principles
    Research project design
    Copyright Holder UNU-MERIT
    Copyright Year 2007
    ISSN 1871-9872
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