Journal articles

Sarah Rotz, S., Gravely, E., Mosby, I., LeBlanc, J., Duncan, E., Finnis, E., Horgan, M., Martin, R., Neufeld, H. T., Pant, L. P., Shalla, V., and Fraser, E. (2019). Automated pastures and the digital divide: How agricultural technologies are shaping labour and rural communities. Journal of Rural Studies, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jrurstud.2019.01.023

Pant, L. P. (2018). Responsible innovation through conscious contestation at the interface of agricultural science, policy and civil society. Agriculture and Human Values, https://doi.org/10.1007/s10460-019-09909-2

Pant, L. P. and Hambly-Odame, H. (2017) Broadband for a sustainable digital future of rural communities: A reflexive interactive assessment. Journal of Rural Studies, 54:435-450 http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jrurstud.2016.09.003

Pant, L. P. (2016) Paradox of Mainstreaming Agroecology for Regional and Rural Food Security in Developing Countries. Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 111:305-316.

Pant, L. P., Adhikari, B. and Bhattarai, K. K. (2015) Adaptive Transition for Transformations to Sustainability in Developing Countries. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability, 14: 206-212

KC, K. B., Pant, L. P., Fraser, E., Shrestha, P. K., Shrestha, D., Lama, A. (2015) Assessing links between crop diversity and food self-sufficiency in three agroecological regions of Nepal. Regional Environmental Change, 16(5):1239–1251.

Pant, L. P, K. KC, K. B., Fraser, E., Shrestha, P. K., Lama, A., Jirel, S.K. and Chaudhary, P. (2014) Adaptive Transition Management for Transformations to Agricultural Sustainability in the Karnali Mountains of Nepal. Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems, 38(10): 1156-1183.

Pant, L. P. (2014) Critical Systems of Learning and Innovation Competence for Addressing Complexity in Transformation to Agricultural Sustainability. Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems, 38(3): 336-365.

Bhattarai, K. K. & Pant, L. P. (2013) Patriarchal Bargains in Protected Spaces: A New Strategy for Agricultural and Rural Development Innovation in the Hills of Nepal. Canadian Journal of Development Studies, 34(4): 461-481.

Pant, L. P., Hambly-Odame, H., Hall, A. & Sulaiman V., R. (2012)  Beyond the Supply Chains of Technology and Commodity: Challenges to Strengthening Mango Innovation Systems in Andhra Pradesh, India. World Journal of Science, Technology and Sustainable Development 9(3): 175 – 193.

Pant, L. P. (2012) Learning and Innovation Competence in Agricultural and Rural Development. The Journal of Agricultural Education and Extension 18(3): 205-230.

Pant, L. P. & Pant, K. P. (2011) Unfolding the Challenges of Delegating Research Services for Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Smallholder Agriculture. The Knowledge Management for Development Journal 7(1): 8-31.

Klerkx, L, Pant, L. P., Leeuwis, C., Cummings, S., Le Borgne, E., Kulis, I., Lamoureux, L., Senmartin, D. (2011) Beyond the conventional boundaries of knowledge management: navigating the pathways of innovation for international development. The Knowledge Management for Development Journal 7(1): 1-7.

Pant, L. P. & Hambly-Odame, H. (2010) Creative Commons: Non-Proprietary Innovation Triangles in International Agricultural and Rural Development Partnerships. The Innovation Journal: The Public Sector Innovation Journal 15 (2): 1-22.

Pant, L. P. & Hambly-Odame, H. (2009) The Promise of Positive Deviants: Bridging Divides between Scientific Research and Local Practices in Smallholder Agriculture. The Knowledge Management for Development Journal 5 (2): 160-172.

Pant, L. P. & Hambly-Odame, H. (2009) Innovations systems in renewable natural resource management and sustainable agriculture: a literature review. African Journal of Science, Technology, Innovation and Development 1(1):103-135.

Pant, L. P. & Hambly-Odame, H. (2006) Multi-stakeholder Deliberation on Dialectical Divides: An Operational Principle of the Systems of Innovation. The Knowledge Management for Development Journal 2 (3): 60-74.

Pant, L. P. (2001) Local Knowledge about Management of Mandarin Orchards in the Chitwan Hills of Nepal. Journal of the Institute of Agriculture and Animal Science 21 (22): 75-84.

 

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