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Addressing Land Governance in International Responsible Business Conduct

Publication date: March 19, 2018

KIT’s new land governance report provides insight into a fundamental issue affecting large parts of the globe: the access & use of land and natural resources. The report’s aim is to…

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Working Paper Series 2017 – 13 Do theories of change enable innovation platforms and partnerships to navigate towards impact?

Publication date: June 1, 2017

Theories of change (ToCs) are increasingly used to articulate pathways for interventions and to support learning. This responds to the recognition of the complexity of agricultural development. Through two examples,…

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Working Paper Series 2017 – 12: Agricultural Research for Development to Intervene Effectively in Complex Systems and the Implications for Research Organizations

Publication date: June 1, 2017

Agricultural research for development (AR4D) organizations can achieve greater impact by using complexityaware approaches, but for this to happen a more compelling case needs to be made to justify their…

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Working Paper Series 2017 – 11: Systems Analysis in AIS: potentials and pitfalls

Publication date: June 1, 2017

Agricultural innovation systems are complex, multi-layered, and can be difficult to define and analyse. In this paper, we provide examples of ‘systems analysis’: describing the context, what was done, and…

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Working Paper Series 2017 – 10: The contribution of AIS approaches to achieving impact at scale – intentions, realities and outlooks

Publication date: June 1, 2017

Agricultural innovation systems (AIS) approaches contribute to achieving impact at scale: this is still a statement which is questioned and not yet a widely accepted fact. Any claims supporting it…

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