International Review of Education

, Volume 28, Issue 4, pp 485–488 | Cite as

Institutional barriers to the transfer of a agricultural technology: A view from the land-grant universities of the USA

  • Paul D. Starr
Articles Section 3 — Particular Learners And Educators


Agricultural Technology Institutional Barrier 
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