1048: Knowledge exchange

This paper is taken from a Rural Economy and Land Use Programme (Relu) briefing ‘Telling stories: Accounting for knowledge exchange’

Year of Publication2010

The Relu programme has taken a novel approach to stakeholder involvement that recognises the myriad ways in which research findings ripple outwards into policy and practice. As well as the “hard innovation” of technological developments and evidence-based policy making we need to recognise and acknowledge the “soft innovation” of behaviour change within business and everyday life.

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knowledge transfer
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