Disponibilidad, accesibilidad y aplicabilidad de los resultados de investigación de los Centros del Grupo Consultivo para la Investigación Agrícola Internacional (CGIAR) uri icon

abstract

  • The Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR), established in 1971, is a strategic partnership, whose 64 members support 15 international centers, working in collaboration with many hundreds of government and civil society organizations as well as private businesses around the world. The mandate of the 15 CGIAR Centers is to generate public goods?in other words, their research outputs should be available to a broad, diverse audience, without legal, financial, and/ or technological restrictions. In May 2009, the ICT-KM Program initiated a study to determine the availability (citation or presence) and accessibility (full text online) of the research outputs of the CGIAR centers. The data and preliminary analysis provided by six CGIAR centers are presented herein, as well as a more exhaustive analysis of the results for CIAT

publication date

  • 2010