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Improving Agricultural Knowledge and Innovation Systems
OECD Conference Proceedings
OECD Publishing , Date de parution:  06 mars 2012
Pages: 372 , Langue: Anglais
Version: Livre (Broché) + PDF
ISBN: 9789264167438 , Code OCDE: 512012011P1
Prix:   €120 | $168 | £108 | ¥15600 | MXN2160 , Frais de livraison inclus
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This conference proceedings from the OECD Conference on Agricultural Knowledge Systems (AKS), held in Paris, on 15-17 June 2011, discusses a large range of experiences and approaches to AKS  explores how to foster development and adoption of innovation to meet global food security and climate change challenges. The conference considered developments in institutional frameworks, public and private roles and partnerships, regulatory frameworks conducive to innovation, the adoption of innovations and technology transfers, and the responsiveness of AKS to broader policy objectives.  

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PART I. HOW WEEL DO AGRICULTURAL KNOWLEDGE SYSTEMS (AKS) RESPOND TO NEW CHALLENGES?
1. Global and US trends in agricultural R&D in a global food security setting 
2. Agricultural Knowledge and Innovation Systems in transition
3. Australia’s approach to rural research, development and extension 
4. China's agricultural innovation system: Issues and reform 
5. Agricultural R&D in Africa: Investment, human capacity and policy constraints 
6. Responses to new agricultural challenges 
PART II. INSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORK FOR IMPROVING THE RESPONSIVENESS OF AKS
7. Perspectives from the UK foresight global food and farming futures programme
8. Experiences with CGIAR reorganisation
9. Institutional AKS reforms in New Zealand and international networks 
10. Innovative institutional approaches for AKS management in India
11. Raising awareness of agricultural knowledge and information system in Spain
12. Responses of the French AKS to new agricultural challenges
PART III. PUBLIC/PRIVATE ROLES
13. Intellectual property rights and the role of public and levy-funded research
14. The role of business in working with government to develop AKS for global challenges: The New Zealand experience 
15. Partnerships in agricultural innovation: Who puts them together and are they enough? 
16. The role of innovation brokers in the agricultural innovation system
PART IV. REGULATORY FRAMEWORK CONDUCIVE TO INNOVATION
17. The European Union system for health and consumer protection 
18. The United States approach for fostering new biological technologies and ensuring their safety 
19. Breeding business: Plant breeder’s rights and patent rights
20. Public-private partnerships: The role of the private sector 
PART V. FACILITATING ADOPTION OF INNOVATION AND TECHNOLOGY TRANSFERS
21. A rainbow revolution and participatory plant breeding: Combining traditional knowledge and modern science 
22. A farmer's experience with biotech crops in South Africa 
23. Latin America: Public agricultural advisory services 
24. The Brazilian Agricultural Research for Development (ARD) System
25. Facilitating adoption and technology transfers: Discussion
PART VI. RESPONDING TO BROADER POLICY OBJECTIVES
PART VII. CONCLUSIONS
27. Summary of some key issues raised and implications for the policy agenda in OECD countries
28. Implications for OECD work 
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