The Bank release says that the project "is fully aligned with the Comprehensive Africa Agricultural Development Programme (CDP) and supports its call for scaling-up regional collaboration in agricultural research and development as a way to efficiently address capacity constraints and increase technology spillovers in the rural economy".
What does TSO stand for?
TSO stands for Technology Spillovers
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- Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra
- TCP (Transmission Control Protocol) Segmentation Offload (computer networking)
- Teamspeak Overlay (gaming)
- Technical Service Order
- Technical Services Operations
- Technical Staff Officer
- Technical Standard Order
- Technical Support Office
- Technical Support Organization (various organizations)
- Technisch Secundair Onderwijs (Dutch)
- Telecommunications Service Obligations (New Zealand)
- Telecommunications Service Order
- Telephone Service Observation
- Tempe Symphony Orchestra (Tempe, AZ)
- Temporary Slow Order (railway)
- Temporary Standing Order (US DoD)
- Temporary Suspension Order (various locations)
- Terminal Security Officer
- Test Support Office
- Texas State Optical (Houston, Texas)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Their estimates also indicate that international technology spillovers depend on the host province's absorptive ability as measured by human capital investment and degree of openness.
Keller, "International Trade, Foreign Direct Investment, and Technology Spillovers," NBER Working Paper No.
The model of benefits of technology spillovers in joint venture can be adopted to franchise systems.
Borensztein (1995, 1998) emphasised the presence of at least threshold level of initial human capital for the diffusion of technology spillovers.
Also see Madsen (2008c) for methods used to estimate technology spillovers through the channel of imports.
In many developing countries, FDI has triggered technology spillovers, assisted human capital formation, contributed to international trade integration, helped in creating a more competitive business environment and promoted enterprise development.
1998), Trade, Technology Spillovers, and Food Production in China.