English, Article, Journal or magazine article edition: Slow magic Pardey, Philip G.; Beintema, Nienke M.

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  • preprint
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  • English

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Title
  • Slow magic
Author
  • Pardey, Philip G.
  • Beintema, Nienke M.
Physical Description
  • preprint
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  • This report assembles and assesses new evidence regarding investments in agricultural R&​D, tracking global trends over the past several decades, and highlighting the critical importance that the accumulated stock of scientific knowledge has for today's productivity and for future innovations and economic growth.
  • Agricultural research Economic aspects. ,Agricultural development. ,Agriculture Research. ,
  • RePEc:fpr:fpstat:36
  • Standing on the brink of a biotechnology revolution in agriculture, it is timely to take stock of the investments and institutional trends regarding agricultural R&​D worldwide. In this report we assemble and assess new and updated evidence regarding investments in agricultural R&​D by public and private agencies, contrasting developments in rich and poor countries.The payoffs to investments in agricultural research are considerable, and appear to remain so, but there are new policy concerns about the roles of the public and private sectors in funding and carrying out the research, especially in light of the revolutionary changes in the underlying sciences and the incentives facing research (as intellectual property regimes become stronger and international trade in science and technologies grows). This report tracks trends in agricultural R&​D over the past several decades.We also put research policies in a much longer timeframe, highlighting the critical importance that the accumulated stock of scientific knowledge has on today's productivity performance and its effect on innovation and economic growth in the future.
  • RePEc:fpr:fprepo:13
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  • English
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