Evolusi Inovasi Pembangunan Pertanian di Badan Litbang Pertanian: Dari Transfer Teknologi ke Sistem Inovasi

Enti Sirnawati, nFN Syahyuti

Abstract


Indonesia Agricultural Agency for Research and Development (IAARD) has more than four decades in supporting agricultural development. This support is indicated by its contribution to the creation of agricultural development models, field assistance, and technology dissemination. These activities are inseparable from its support for the Ministry of Agriculture’s program. The IAARD program follows the development of agricultural innovations. This paper aims to describe how the conception of innovation develops in the realm of science, as well as how the concept is implementing in IAARD, especiallyin relation to the down streaming of innovation inAgricultural Technology Assessment and Development (AIATs). This study also examines how IAARD should work according to the innovation concept, to make sustainable innovation. 

Abstrak

Badan Penelitian dan Pengembangan Pertanian (Badan Litbang Pertanian) telah empat dasawarsa lebih berperan mendukung pembangunan pertanian. Hal ini ditunjukkan oleh kontribusinya terhadap penciptaan model-model pembangunan pertanian, pendampingan, dan diseminasi teknologi di lapangan. Aktivitas yang dilakukan oleh Badan Litbang Pertanian tersebut tidak terlepas dari dukungannya terhadap program-program Kementerian Pertanian. Di lain pihak, program yang dijalankan oleh Badan Litbang Pertanian tersebut mengikuti perkembangan konsep keilmuan yang ada, antara lain terkait dengan penciptaan inovasi pertanian. Tulisan ini bertujuan untuk melihat bagaimana konsepsi inovasi berkembang di ranah keilmuan, serta bagaimana implikasinya terhadap penciptaan inovasi yang telah dan sedang berlangsung di Badan Litbang Pertanian, khususnya terkait dengan hilirisasi inovasi oleh BPTP. Telaahan juga akan mengulas bagaimana implikasi perkembangan keilmuan tentang konsepsi inovasi perdesaan tersebut terhadap  kiprah kelembagaan Litbang  untuk menciptakan inovasi berkelanjutan. 


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