Innovation Systems Perspectives on Developing-Country Agriculture : A Critical Review

@inproceedings{Spielman2005InnovationSP,
  title={Innovation Systems Perspectives on Developing-Country Agriculture : A Critical Review},
  author={David J Spielman},
  year={2005}
}
Innovation systems perspectives on agricultural research and technological change are fast becoming a popular approach to the study of how society generates, disseminates, and utilizes knowledge. The innovation systems literature represents a significant change from the conventional, linear approach to research and development by providing an analytical framework that explores complex relationships among heterogeneous agents, social and economic institutions, and endogenously determined… CONTINUE READING
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