AgroEcological Transitions: Changes and Breakthroughs in the Making
This book is based on the papers that were presented and discussed at a workshop with the group “System Innovation towards Sustainable Agriculture” (SISA), an initiative by researchers from ‘Wageningen University & Research’ in the Netherlands (WUR) and the ‘Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique’ in France (INRA).
The invited participants came from a variety of disciplinary backgrounds, including innovation studies, economics, science & technology studies (including constructive and interactive technology assessment studies), policy studies (including studies of network governance, learning and the impact of regulation), organisation studies (including studies focusing on management of structural change and leadership) and practice based studies.
The book contains three main sections:
Part A: Learning in niches
Part B: Niche-regime interactions
Part C: Regime transformations
Read the full book (and see all contributing authors) here.
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