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Integration of bio-technical, economic and social sciences



Integration of bio-technical, economic and social sciences



Cahiers Agricultures 10(1): 25-39



This paper deals with the interdisciplinary and systems approach to agricultural research, which brings technical disciplines and the social sciences closer together. This approach has emerged as researchers seek disciplines which allow them to grasp the technical needs of the economic and social groups involved, and the local challenges presented by rural development.

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