Network Weaving for Regional Development: An Evaluation of the Caucasus' Agricultural Alliances in Armenia and Georgia Using Social Network AnalysisResourceExample2016
Monitoring the composition and evolution of the research networks of the CGIAR Research Program on Roots, Tubers and Bananas (RTB)ResourceExample2013
This Brief provides an example of how Social Network Analysis (SNA) can be used, in the context of agricultural research. The authors describe what SNA is, and how it was applied, step by step. They also present the findings of a particular network analysis, so readers can understand what types of information a SNA can generate, its pros and cons. In this example, SNA is used as a monitoring mechanism to study the evolution of a research network, and consequently, the evolution of the types of research being conducted.
For more information on how the SNA was used, and the results, please refer to the full report.
This is a one-page guide to Social Network Analysis. It was developed by the FAO using materials provided by the Overseas Development Institute's Research and Policy in Development (RAPID) Programme. It provides a brief overview, practical tips for using the technique, and a list of resources for more information.
Understanding the Role of the World Bank Group in a Crowded Institutional Landscape [Network analysis example]ResourceExample2017