Towards a better conceptual framework for innovation processes in agriculture and rural development : from linear models to systemic approaches

@inproceedings{Knickela2009TowardsAB,
  title={Towards a better conceptual framework for innovation processes in agriculture and rural development : from linear models to systemic approaches},
  author={Karlheinz Knickela and Gianluca Brunorib and Sigrid Randa and Jet Proostc},
  year={2009}
}
  • Karlheinz Knickela, Gianluca Brunorib, +1 author Jet Proostc
  • Published 2009
The role of farming previously dedicated mainly to food production changed with an increasing recognition of the multifunctionality of agriculture and rural areas. It seems obvious to expect that farmers and rural actors adapt themselves to these new conditions, which are innovative and redefine their job. In many regions farmers can increase their income basis as rural entrepreneurs, developing new services and exploring new markets. Often, however, there is a gap between the need for change… CONTINUE READING
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