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The institutional and organizational implications of integrating natural resource management and production-oriented research



The institutional and organizational implications of integrating natural resource management and production-oriented research



Opportunities, use, and transfer of systems research methods in agriculture to developing countries Proceedings of an international workshop on systems research methods in agriculture in developing countries, 22-24 November 1993, ISNAR, The Hague: 139-152



This paper discusses some of the organizational and institutional implications for national agricultural research systems (NARS) in developing countries of integrating natural resource management and environmental concerns into their agricultural research agendas. Integrating these concerns adds significantly to the responsibilities of NARS at a time when there is already a heavy demand on their shrinking research resources.

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