Research and Innovation Toward Sustainable Development Goals in Agriculture
The introduction of a good (product), which is new to consumers, or one of higher quality than was available in the past.
Method of production, which are new to a particular branch of industry. These are not necessarily based on new scientific discoveries and may have, for example, already been used in other industrial sectors.
The opening of new markets.
The use of new source of supply.
New forms of competition that leads to the restructuring of an industry.
Later on, there were new approaches toward this definition, mainly influenced by the continuous new achievements of research. More specifically, Chris Freeman (1982) stated that “Industrial innovation includes the technical, design, manufacturing, management and commercial activities involved in the marketing of a new (or improved) process of equipment.” Additionally, Peter Drucker (1985...
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