La gestión del conocimiento para la innovación y el desarrollo rural: experiencias desde Costa Rica

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Luis Miguel Barboza Arias
Fernando Sáenz Segura

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El objetivo del artículo es revisar la evolución conceptual de la gestión del conocimiento, para luego analizar su operacionalización en dos experiencias de extensión en Costa Rica. Se utilizan los estudios de caso como herramienta metodológica y el enfoque de los sistemas de innovación agropecuaria como lente analítico. Se plantea que la gestión del conocimiento rural es un fenómeno relativamente nuevo en Costa Rica. No obstante, las iniciativas presentadas buscan un cambio de paradigma que mejore el abordaje de las problemáticas rurales más complejas. Se concluye con algunas limitaciones del estudio y elementos para avanzar en la construcción de una agenda de investigación en el tema. 

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Barboza Arias, L. M., & Sáenz Segura, F. (2020). La gestión del conocimiento para la innovación y el desarrollo rural:: experiencias desde Costa Rica. Yulök Revista De Innovación Académica, 4(1). https://doi.org/10.47633/yulk.v4i1.199
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