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An evolutionary approach to technological innovation in agriculture: some preliminary remarks

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  • Possas, Mario Luiz
  • Salles-Filho, Sergio
  • da Silveira, JoseMaria

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  • Possas, Mario Luiz & Salles-Filho, Sergio & da Silveira, JoseMaria, 1996. "An evolutionary approach to technological innovation in agriculture: some preliminary remarks," Research Policy, Elsevier, vol. 25(6), pages 933-945, September.
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