Rethinking systemic change

BEAM  webinar

Date: 02 May 2017

Speakers:

Patricia Seex, DFID Head of Profession, Private Sector Development
Mike Albu, Director, BEAM Exchange
Dr Shawn Cunningham and Marcus Jenal, Mesopartner
Andrew Koleros, Palladium
Harvey Koh, FSG
Duncan Green, Senior Strategic Advisor, Oxfam

A webinar focussing on the definition of systemic change.

Rethinking systemic change: economic evolution and institutions was a research project funded by DFID through the BEAM Exchange over the course of 2016. It was jointly implemented by IDS, Mesopartner, Itad and Palladium.

The primary aim of the research was to find a conceptually sound definition of systemic change. It also looked at the broader question of how market systems approaches can contribute to inclusive economic development. The answer, in short, is to shift the focus away from improving transactions at the micro level towards enabling actors to continuously shape an institutional landscape that supports inclusive economic evolution.

The webinar presented the research and case study and discussed the implications for market systems development practice. 

Webinar recordings

Rethinking Systemic Change
Dr Shawn Cunningham and Marcus Jenal, Mesopartner

A practitioner's perspective
Andrew Koleros, Palladium

Market system innovations
Harvey Koh, FSG

How change happens
Duncan Green, Senior Strategic Advisor, Oxfam

Rethinking systemic change

Rethinking systemic change – a case study

A response by NUTEC-MD to BEAM research on the theoretical perspectives of the the market systems approach.

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