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"Bioeconomy challenges and implementation – the European research organisations’ perspective"

  • Introduction - Bioeconomy challenges and implementation: the European research organisations’ perspective
  • Chapter 1 - Bioeconomy, food and nutrition security
  • Chapter 2 - Education for complex problem solving
  • Chapter 3 - Opportunities and challenges in implementing a bioeconomy strategy: the university perspective
  • Chapter 4 - Innovative education for the biobased economy
  • Chapter 5 - The role and impact of university research on the bioeconomy in Romania
  • Chapter 6 - Restructuring research institutions in view of emerging trends in agricultural research and the bioeconomy
  • Chapter 7 -  Unleashing regional bioeconomy potential: the BioEconomy Regional Strategy Toolkit
  • Chapter 8 - Innovation and social sciences and humanities in agricultural research
  • Conclusion

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“Diffusion and transfer of knowledge in agriculture”

  • Introduction - Innovation in the agri-food system and the bioeconomy
  • Preface - Diffusion and transfer of knowledge in agriculture
  • Promotion
  • Chapter 1 - Sustainable agriculture, forestry and fisheries: a challenge for Europe
  • Chapter 2 - Sustainability as innovation: challenges and perspectives in measurement and implementation
  • Chapter 3 - Contributions of the social sciences and humanities to the bioeconomy implications for agriculture and food
  • Chapter 4 - Food value chains: a challenge for innovation
  • Chapter 5 - Obstacles to the diffusion of innovation in the agricultural sector
  • Chapter 6 - Confrontation of knowledge transfer models between advanced innovation systems and post-socialist                              regions in Central Europe
  • Chapter 7 - Agricultural knowledge chain – Examples from SLU, Alnarp, Sweden
  • Chapter 8 - New strategic approaches for promoting the diffusion of innovations within the horticultural sector
  • Conclusion

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