Priority setting in agriculture research: a brief conceptual background.

Publication year: 
1997

National and International research institutes and NGOs have a growing interest in structured and more transparent methods of priority setting. Aside from selecting and applying appropriate methods, they have to ensure that various stakeholders are well represented. This is crucial for the results and implementation of identified priorities. (Biotechnology and Development Monitor)

Source publication information
Journal Title: 
Biotechnology and development monitor
Volume: 
No.31
Pages: 
02-Jun
Publisher
Universiteit van Amsterdam, Department of Political Science, OudezijdsAchterburgwal 237, 1012 DL, The Netherlands.

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D : Agriculture and NRM : Farmer research and extension 2971