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Record number 492830
Title Captilizing on Knowledge in International Publick-Private Partnerships
Author(s) Doorneweert, R.B.; Gogh, J.B. van; Judge, L.O.; Waarts, Y.R.
Source Ministry of Economic Affairs, Food & Business Kowlegde Platform - 28
Department(s) LEI International Markets and Chains
Post Harvest Technology
Publication type Brochure
Publication year 2015
Keyword(s) publiek-private samenwerking - financieren - onderzoeksprojecten - agro-industriële sector - onderzoeksondersteuning - onderzoeksinstituten - public-private cooperation - financing - research projects - agroindustrial sector - research support - research institutes
Categories Financial Management, Accountancy
Abstract Seed money is a meaningful knowledge instrument for the Ministry of Economic Affairs, as well as for the Top Sector Agri&Food to foster international public- private partnerships (PPPs) and the valorization of agricultural knowledge. As a learning exercise, researchers from Wageningen UR have analyzed a number of research projects in Africa, Asia, and South America for their role in generating successful PPPs. In addition, concepts of knowledgeearning models have developed, through which Dutch stakeholders have capitalized on their knowledge. The findings were discussed in a lively expert meeting. This brochure reflects the interesting results.
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