Innovation in Rural Development in Bangladesh: A Case of Some Rural Development Institutions

Kazi Sonia Rahman


The conceptual basis for this study can be briefly stated as follows. Any innovation in rural development does not happen simply through the introduction of new technologies and new policies, though they are often quite valuable. It is now argued that the circumstances that lead to innovation are often unplanned, serendipitous, path dependent and as a result, specific to the location. This idea places a lot of emphasis on the ingenuity of entrepreneurs and the like in adapting new and existing ideas to suit their need. These innovations are often part of informal networks that are sources of different ideas and expertise and used in often novel and unexpected ways.

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