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Record number 368533
Title Beyond agrification : twenty five years of policy and innovation for non-food application of renewable resources in the Netherlands
Author(s) Bos, H.L.; Slingerland, M.A.; Elbersen, H.W.; Rabbinge, R.
Source Biofuels Bioproducts and Biorefining 2 (2008)4. - ISSN 1932-104X - p. 343 - 357.
DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/bbb.84
Department(s) Biobased Products
Plant Production Systems
PE&RC
FBR BP Biorefinery & Sustainable Value Chains
CS Concernpersoneel WUConcernpersoneel WU
Publication type Refereed Article in a scientific journal
Publication year 2008
Keyword(s) biobased economy - beleid - innovaties - landbouwontwikkeling - landbouwindustrie - nederland - vervangbare hulpbronnen - policy - innovations - agricultural development - agribusiness - netherlands - renewable resources - dutch electricity regime - fibers - flax
Categories Agricultural Policy / Development Studies (General)
Abstract The first part of this review describes policy developments in the Netherlands since the 1980s around innovations for non-food application of renewable resources. Next, these developments are analyzed using the Strategic Niche Management (SNM) theory. The drivers at the regime level and the quality of the processes at the niche level have increased considerably in the last number of years. The trend toward a much wider use of renewable resources for non-food applications thus seems more robust than it was in the previous century. From the SNM analysis, we derive a number of recommendations for policy-makers active in this field. We also present a previously unpublished stakeholder study performed in 2000 on the factors of success for innovations in this field, and derive from this study recommendations for innovators active in the field.
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