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Why should we work on the meta level, even if it’s difficult?  
Why should we work on the meta level, even if it’s difficult? Systemic Competitiveness (SysCo) is a guiding framework for private sector development in the context of development cooperation. It distinguishes four interlinked levels of intervention: the micro, the meso, the macro and the meta…  
Returning to basic principles: Common denominators of the Mesopartner and the EU smart specialization approaches  
Returning to basic principles: Common denominators of the Mesopartner and the EU smart specialization approaches Common denominators between the Mesopartner philosophy and the smart specialisation logic  
The role of meso organisations in the Product Space  
The role of meso organisations in the Product Space During the last 10 years, a promising approach has emerged from the Centre for International Development (CID) at Harvard University and Macro Connections at MIT Media Lab. It is called the Atlas of Economic Complexity (Hausmann, Hidalgo, Bustos,…  
Looking at discontinuous change through a Systemic Competitiveness lens  
Looking at discontinuous change through a Systemic Competitiveness lens The World Economic Forum (WEF) is raising the awareness of global leaders about the expected societal changes as the Fourth Industrial Revolution expands.  
Typology of Regions and meso organisations  
Typology of Regions and meso organisations The concept of the Typology of Regions was originally introduced in the Mesopartner Working Paper 10 which focuses on options and choices for designing a Regional Development Agency (RDA).  
Facilitation and change of meso organisations  
Facilitation and change of meso organisations This article reflects on selected experiences gained from the project Competitive Regional Economic Development (CREDO) in Krajina, funded by the Swedish Development Agency (SIDA) and implemented by Eda.  
The emergence of a meso space – Country Case Myanmar  
The emergence of a meso space – Country Case Myanmar As is typical for a country such as Myanmar, which only started a transformation process in 2012 after decades of isolation, business opportunities are abundant.  
Why do meso organisations struggle to change?  
Why do meso organisations struggle to change? Markets and demands are changing constantly. Continuous structural change processes in industries, services and regions demonstrate the reality of economic life cycles.  
Meso organisations need to be innovative and anticipate future trends  
Meso organisations need to be innovative and anticipate future trends Meso organisations need to be innovative because their management style and creative use of resources infuses the system with dynamism, optimism and new ideas.  
The role of the meso level in enabling economic evolution  
The role of the meso level in enabling economic evolution In 2016 Mesopartner was commissioned by the BEAM Exchange to conduct research into what systemic change is and how it can be achieved in an economy.  
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