If Technology is like Word, Institutions are like Grammar: Institutional Context of Technological Innovations and Knowledge Systems at Grassroots
AbstractMany developing countries have taken interest in learning from the Honey Bee Network experience for replicating the model. In a UNESCO conference, the author was asked to identify the key steps that national governments can take to deal with the challenge of developing an inclusive innovation based development model. Thus, the author has identified six steps which can help the leaders in various countries.[W.P. No. 2009-03-01]
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indigenous knowledge; India; Global Knowledge Conference; Honey Bee Network; Ugandan National Council of Science and Technology; SRISTI; NIF;
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