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Methodological diversity and creativity in agricultural innovation systems (PLA 53)
Paul van Mele and Ann Braun explore the importance of methodological diversity in agricultural research and development. They argue that a wide range of methods and of actors implementing them allows for greater responsiveness and flexibility when working with different groups in different settings. Does flexibility in the choice of methods used promote creative thinking in development? And how can methods evolve and contribute to organisational learning?
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