Rajeswari S. Raina and Keshab Das are the editors of a new book that explores the role of inclusive innovation for development in rural India. The book presents cases of substantive technological changes and institutional reforms enabling inclusive innovation in rural manufacturing, sustainable agriculture, and health services.

It also discusses the processes of technological learning in traditional informal networks, as well as in formal modern commodity markets. These cases offer lessons to enable learning and change within the state and formal science and technology (S&T) organizations.

The book, published by Springer, can be accessed here.