1398: Stakeholder engagement and knowledge exchange
This paper is taken from ‘Stakeholder engagement and knowledge exchange in environmental research’ by Jeremy Phillipson, Philip Lowe, Amy Proctor and Eric Ruto of the Centre for Rural Economy, Newcastle University. The paper is published in full in the Journal of Environmental Management 95 (2012) 56-65.
Year of Publication2011
Stakeholder engagement brings mutual benefits to knowledge production for example from exchange of staff or where stakeholders are members of research advisory groups. Much greater attention should be given to stakeholder engagement in the early stages of programmes.
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- Subject Collection > Rural policy & development > UK rural policy
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- Subject Collection > Rural policy & development > Economic development
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