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CIGR Handbook of Agricultural Engineering, Volume III Plant Production Engineering, Chapter 2 Mechanization Systems, Part 2.3 Transfer of Technology
Published by the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers, St. Joseph, Michigan www.asabe.orgCitation: CIGR Handbook of Agricultural Engineering, Volume III Plant Production Engineering, Chapter 2 Mechanization Systems, Part 2.3 Transfer of Technology, pp. 554-565 .(doi:10.13031/2013.36357)
Authors: P. S. Lammers
Keywords: Keywords: 2.3.1. Introduction, 2.3.2. TT in Industrialized Countries, 2.3.3. TT in Less Industrialized Countries
First paragraph: The development of new techniques by research facilities and of new machinery by the industries is the driving force for the transfer of technology (TT). TT is a current problem for both industrialized and nonindustrialized countries worldwide. In the first case, the rate of TT is vital for sustainable development of economics and for progress in economic competition. As for nonindustrialized countries, TT is necessary for beneficial use of existing techniques, their application in agriculture, and their adaption to socioeconomic conditions.(Download PDF) (Export to EndNotes)