Claude Compagnone



Co-author to the SCOPE Rapid Assessment Project on the Benefits of Soil Carbon



Claude is senior lecturer at the ENESAD, where he teaches sociology of organizations and innovation. He is a LISTO associate researcher with research focus on two different themes: first, the changes in farmers’ practices and the way these changes are sustained by the dialogical interactions that the farmers can have among themselves and with the technical framework, within social actors’ networks with particular configurations; second, the structures of agricultural development and the activities of the agents who take part in it.