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XXVII European Society for Rural Sociology Conference
24-27 July 217, Krakow/Poland

Working Group 21 ‘Evaluation of ‘innovation’ projects and partnerships: challenges, practical experiences and methodological innovations‘

Conveners: Susanne von Münchhausen, Policy and Markets in the Agri-Food-Sector, Eberswalde University ; Anna Maria Häring, Policy and Markets in the Agri-Food-Sector, Eberswalde University; Mark Riley, University of Liverpool, UK; Lee-Ann Sutherland, James Hutton Institute, Aberdeen, Scotland, UK

The objective of this working group is to provide space for critical reflection and discussion on the research and evaluation methods approaches being trialled and (re)considered by those undertaking social science research in rural contexts. The working group involves two streams: A) methods for evaluating innovation projects, and B) new and refined methods of undertaking rural research more broadly.

Final Outlines: Outline-final.pdf


Stream A) Methods for evaluation innovation projects included of the following presentations:

 Author

 Other authors

 Titel

Downloads 

 Katarina Eckerberg  

Therese Bjärstig 

Continuous learning and evaluation of EIP-Agri in Sweden

Shortpaper

Presentation 


Laura Secco 

Elena Pisani, Catie Burlando, Riccardo Da Rea, Maria Nijnik, Tatiana Kluvankova, David Miller

Co-constructing a new framework for evaluating social innovation in marginalised rural areas

Shortpaper 

Presentation 

 Michal Lostak

Katerina Boukalova, Jiri Prusa, Jiri Hrabak

 LEADER funded projects in Czechia evaluated through hermeneutic interventional investigation

Abstract 

Presentation 

 Gusztáv Nemes

 

 Assessing the innovation capacity of alternative food networks — two cases from Hungary

Abstract 

 Artur Steiner

 

 Engage, participate, empower: modelling power transfer in disadvantaged rural communities

Abstract 

Presentation 


Stream B) New and refined methods of undertaking rural research more broadly included the following presentations


 Author

Other authors 

 Titel

 Downloads

 Līga Paula

 

Measuring Capability of Rural Communities: Conceptual and Empirical Challenges

 Shortpaper 

 Jonathan Menary

 

Using an Agricultural Innovation Systems Approachto Explore the Barriers to Innovation in UK Fresh Produce

 Abstract 

 Paulina Tobiasz-Lis

 Marcin Wójcik

 Drawing the countryside: freehand sketches as representation of rurality in Poland

 Shortpaper 

 Gesine Tuitjer, M.A.

 

 What innovation biographies reveal: international experiences and local obstacles to cooperative innovation in the food sector

Shortpaper