Cees Leeuwis mainly focuses on Knowledge management, Process, Industrial organization, Innovation system and Intermediary. His Knowledge management study incorporates themes from Incentive, Context and Livelihood. His research integrates issues of Economic growth, Management science and Action in his study of Context.
The concepts of his Process study are interwoven with issues in Social psychology, Communication studies, Space, Public relations and Reflexivity. The study incorporates disciplines such as Permaculture, Marketing, Environmental resource management and Innovation intermediary in addition to Industrial organization. His Innovation system research includes elements of Agricultural extension, Agroforestry, Economic system and Capacity building.
Cees Leeuwis focuses on Knowledge management, Context, Environmental resource management, Economic growth and Process. His work on Social learning and Innovation management as part of general Knowledge management study is frequently linked to Intermediation, bridging the gap between disciplines. His study ties his expertise on Environmental planning together with the subject of Environmental resource management.
His studies deal with areas such as Innovation system, Action research, Corporate governance and Livelihood as well as Economic growth. His study connects Agricultural extension and Process.
Knowledge management, Psychological intervention, Context, Collective action and Process management are his primary areas of study. In his study, he carries out multidisciplinary Knowledge management and Intermediation research. His Context research incorporates elements of Disease management, Scale and Agricultural science.
Cees Leeuwis has included themes like Stakeholder, Public relations and Interdependence in his Collective action study. In his research on the topic of Public relations, Process, Dynamics, Frame analysis and Participatory management is strongly related with Natural resource management. The various areas that Cees Leeuwis examines in his Process study include Value and Industrial organization.
His primary areas of investigation include Collective action, Context, Environmental resource management, Knowledge management and Industrial organization. His study in Context is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Competition, Systems research and Banner. He has researched Environmental resource management in several fields, including Agricultural productivity, Stakeholder, Premise, Diffusion of innovations and Permaculture.
As part of one scientific family, Cees Leeuwis deals mainly with the area of Knowledge management, narrowing it down to issues related to the Service delivery framework, and often Agricultural extension and Knowledge transfer. His work focuses on many connections between Industrial organization and other disciplines, such as Value, that overlap with his field of interest in Process, Institution and Service provider. His Economic growth research incorporates themes from Innovation system and Impact assessment, Public administration.
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Communication for Rural Innovation: Rethinking Agricultural Extension
C. Leeuwis;A.W. van den Ban.
Adaptive management in agricultural innovation systems: The interactions between innovation networks and their environment
Laurens Klerkx;Noelle Aarts;Noelle Aarts;Cees Leeuwis.
Agricultural Systems (2010)
Establishment and embedding of innovation brokers at different innovation system levels: Insights from the Dutch agricultural sector
Laurens Klerkx;Cees Leeuwis.
Technological Forecasting and Social Change (2009)
Communication for Rural Innovation
Cees Leeuwis;Ann Van den Ban.
Evolution of systems approaches to agricultural innovation: concepts, analysis and interventions
Laurens Klerkx;Barbara van Mierlo;Cees Leeuwis.
Farming Systems Research into the 21st Century: The New Dynamic (2012)
Reconceptualizing Participation for Sustainable Rural Development: Towards a Negotiation Approach
Development and Change (2000)
Rethinking Communication in Innovation Processes: Creating Space for Change in Complex Systems
Cees Leeuwis;Noelle Aarts.
The Journal of Agricultural Education and Extension (2011)
Matching demand and supply in the agricultural knowledge infrastructure: Experiences with innovation intermediaries
Laurens Klerkx;Cees Leeuwis.
Food Policy (2008)
Strengthening agricultural innovation capacity: are innovation brokers the answer?
Laurens Klerkx;Andrew Hall;Cees Leeuwis.
International Journal of Agricultural Resources, Governance and Ecology (2009)
An innovation systems approach to institutional change: Smallholder development in West Africa
Dominique Hounkonnou;Dansou Kossou;Thomas W. Kuyper;Cees Leeuwis.
Agricultural Systems (2012)
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