Norman Clark

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Clark, N. (2002). Innovation systems, institutional change and the new knowledge market: implications for third world agricultural development. Economics Of Innovation And New Technology, 11(4-5), 353-368, . Retrieved from
Hall, A., & Clark, N. (2010). What do complex adaptive systems look like and what are the implications for innovation policy?. Journal Of International Development, 22(3), 308-324, . Retrieved from
Clark, N. (2001). What can biotechnology do for Africa? And how can the associated risks and uncertainty be managed?. Nairobi, Kenya: African Technology Policy Studies Network. Retrieved from
Hall, A., Clark, N., & Naik, G. (2007). Institutional change and innovation capacity: contrasting experiences of promoting small scale irrigation technology in South Asia. International Journal Of Technology Management And Sustainable Development, 6(2), 77-101, . Retrieved from
Clark, N. (2004). The economic content of science and technology policy analysis. Xavier Management Institute. Retrieved from
Kaplinsky, R., Chataway, J., Hanlin, R., Clark, N., Kale, D., Muraguri, L., et al. (2009). Below the radar: What does innovation in emerging economies have to offer other low-income economies?. International Journal Of Technology Management And Sustainable Development, 8(3), 177-197, . Retrieved from,id=9136/
Clark, N. (2005). Science policy and agricultural research in Africa: a capacity building needs assessment. NEPAD. Retrieved from
Khush, G. S., Nagarajan, S., Tuli, R., & Clark, N. (2005). Andhra Pradesh Netherlands Biotechnology Programme for dyland agriulture: Mid-term evaluation of second phase. Retrieved from
Clark, N. (2005). Innovation Systems and Agricultural Development in Africa : A Capacity Building Needs Assessment. International Livestock Research Institute. Retrieved from
Mugabe, J., & Clark, N. (2001). A review of the programme and organisation of the African Technology Policy Studies (ATPS) network. Retrieved from