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The Norwegian advisory service system has transformed from a governmental-driven strategy with farming and public goods in focus, into a commercialized business with farmers in focus.

Factsheet: Regional policies impacting the Advisory Regime in Norway

From governmental driven extension to demand driven advisory service. Public extension service: from extension to support, regulation and control. Fragmentation of advisory service. Click below to download the factsheet.

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RURALIS – Institute for Rural and Regional Research

RURALIS – Institute for Rural and Regional Research, is an independent, non-profit research organisation based in Trondheim, Norway. Established in 2001, the core activity of RURALIS is multi-disciplinary rural studies with a particular emphasis upon theoretical and methodological research in rural sociology. RURALIS has a highly competent and multidisciplinary staff, including around 30 researchers with backgrounds in sociology, geography, business economics, social anthropology, political science and agronomy. In addition to its research work, RURALIS undertakes development and evaluation assignments for the Norwegian government and other official bodies.

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