Networks and reapplicability of social technologies in Latin America agriculture and food

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This research selected experiences of social technologies for agriculture and food in four Latin American countries (Brazil, Mexico, Argentina and Colombia) and focused on understand the relevant factors for its reaplicability. The methodology includes document analysis and online survey with the responsible organizations. The results suggest that networks with greater diversity of actors, the presence of an articulating organization and investments in technological diffusion are factors that impact on the reaplicability of these social technologies.

Diálogo, v. 44(p. 115‑128)

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Beatriz Couto Ribeiro, PhD
Beatriz Couto Ribeiro, PhD

My research interests include policy evaluation of science, technology, and innovation (STI) in energy, water, and sewage sectors.