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Working Together

R&D Partnering in the New Zealand Dairy Sector
  • M. S. Paine
  • M. E. Wedderburn

Abstract

Successful commercialisation of R&D outcomes depends primarily on an evolving partnership between science and commercial agencies. An ex post analysis of the CIDR technology identifies the significance of R&D partnerships in development programmes. A second case study uses an action research methodology to extend understanding of the partnering process in relation to resource management issues. Insights are reported in [] following each narrative.

Keywords

Farm Practice Professional Goal Plastics Fabricator Dairy Sector Commercial Agency 
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References

  1. Glaser, B., 1978, Theoretical Sensitivity. Advances in the Methodology of Grounded Theory, Sociology Press: California.Google Scholar
  2. Gremmen, B. 1993 The Mystery of the Practical Use of Scientific Knowledge, published PhD Thesis: Twente University, The Netherlands.Google Scholar

Copyright information

© Springer Science+Business Media New York 1997

Authors and Affiliations

  • M. S. Paine
    • 1
  • M. E. Wedderburn
    • 1
  1. 1.NZ Pastoral Agricultural Research Institute Ltd.HamiltonNew Zealand

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