Associative deadlocks and transformative capacity: Engaging in Australian organic farm industry development
Recent work on industry policy argues that group and state capacity are important in underpinning (or undermining) the capacity to govern industrial development. Put simply, group capacity - alongside state capacity - is deemed an important ingredient in
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