By G. Loebenstein, G. Thottappilly
Agricultural study is likely one of the so much frequent varieties of prepared study on the planet, in either built and constructing nations. administration of agricultural examine consists of many choices that experience medical, social and political results. each kingdom has proven agricultural study priorities in response to many complicated components that has to be thought of while judgements are made at the selection of learn difficulties to be investigated. assets has to be divided between initiatives that regularly compete for the constrained investment to be had that helps the entire learn enterprise.
This booklet will offer these people who deal with learn with tools and approaches that may be utilized in their administration organization.
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This premise becomes even more critical in view of the current trend to eliminate subsidies and other protection mechanisms for agricultural products in developing countries. Under a free market system, even small-scale farmers will have to be highly competitive (produce high-quality goods at a low price) to survive and prosper. The organisation of farmers into cooperatives; the integration of farmers into the market, and the implementation of sustainable agricultural systems are highly relevant issues that need to be addressed in an interdisciplinary manner where both crop production specialists and social scientists work together as a team.
J. Morales restructuring a centre based on carefully analysed research priorities, has been a major managerial mistake (Reece, 1996). Poverty and hunger should not be alleviated according to the historical or commercial relationships between a donor country and an ex-colony or market, because this policy only perpetuates the “economic imperialism and dependency” discussed above. In the past, the donor community pledged their contributions to the CG System and other IARCs involved in international R&D; and an able body of administrators allocated the funds according to the dimension of the task entrusted to each IARC.
Spending US$50,000 to identify the causal agent of a phytosanitary problem, or $150,000 to detect a gene, will not make any significant contribution to crop improvement if the rest of the biotic and abiotic problems that affect crops are not simultaneously addressed and incorporated into a comprehensive crop improvement programme. In the early stages of their history, the CG centres were highly transparent, accountable, and productive given their relatively low operational budgets. The “projectisation” of international agricultural research has actually increased the total funds currently spent by most CG centres, and, yet, their economic situation constantly borders bankruptcy because IARCs end up subsidising most special projects.
Agricultural Research Management by G. Loebenstein, G. Thottappilly