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Research outputs: INNOVATION
2021 Farmer-led institutional innovations in managing smallholder irrigation schemes in KwaZulu-Natal and Eastern Cape Provinces, South Africa
Farmer-led institutional innovations have been touted as the key to improving the management of water resources in irrigation schemes. Howev...
This essay offers an example of a new methodology developed by Southern scholars in the Global South that takes seriously the aim of emancip...
2021 Measurement of innovation in the informal sector in Africa: the importance to industrial policy
Innovation is key to industrialization in Africa and must be aligned with industrial policy. A challenge for African countries is to design ...
2021 Universities as change agents in resource-poor local settings: an empirically grounded typology of engagement models
University-community engagement is emerging as an important channel for social innovation, requiring universities to act as change agents in...Download this report