The Role of Public-Private Partnerships in Knowledge-Intensive Agriculture

Event: Knowledge-Intensive Agriculture Workshop

The Role of Public-Private Partnerships in Knowledge-Intensive Agriculture

15 June 2017
Author / Speaker: 
Paul Teng, Nanyang Technological University - Other materials by the author

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Public-private-farmer partnership is crucial in promoting knowledge-intensive agriculture.

A clearly conducive interphase between the private and public sector to promote knowledge-led agricultural growth is yet to emerge. There is no ideal model developed, let alone being practiced, to distribute the gains from the innovative technologies between the government and private sector. Professor Paul PS Teng of the Nanyang Technological University, Singapore explores the potential complementary roles of the public and private sectors in the transition from a labor-intensive to a more knowledge-intensive agriculture.

Geographical Focus: 
Regional - Asia
Type of Content: 
Learning Event


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