From Agriscience to Agribusiness: Theories, Policies and Practices in Technology Transfer and Commercialization (Innovation, Technology, and Knowledge Management).
“Agribusiness has assumed a greatly expanded role in driving innovation in agriculture over the past generation. The appearance of new scientific opportunities and an evolving set of strategies for protecting intellectual property have driven rapid growth in both upstream and downstream research investments, a frantic pace of merger and acquisition activity, and have induced major changes in how the public and private sectors interact. This volume brings together new evidences on the current functioning of the agriscience agribusiness system for generating and delivering agricultural technology.”
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