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131. 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. 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,…  
132. 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. Why do meso organisations struggle to change? Markets and demands are changing constantly. Continuous structural change processes in industries, services and regions demonstrate the…  
133. 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. Meso organisations need to be innovative and anticipate future trends Meso organisations need to be innovative because their management style and creative use of…  
134. 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. 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…  
135. Assessment of meso organisations for opportunities for improvement  
Assessment of meso organisations for opportunities for improvement Meso organisations are established to promote economic development and improve competitiveness of a region by responding to a variety of permanent and temporary market and performance failures at the micro level. Assessment of meso organisations for opportunities for improvement Meso organisations are established to promote…  
136. How to identify meso organisations  
How to identify meso organisations Although it is quite easy to find enterprises in most locations and industries, it is sometimes harder to find meso organisations that provide key technological, educational and other supporting services. How to identify meso organisations Although it is quite easy to find enterprises in most locations and industries, it is sometimes harder to find meso…  
137. What and why meso organisations?  
What and why meso organisations? The previous Article 1 explained the importance of the meso level to achieve competitive regions and sound economic development. It also differentiated between meso policy and meso space. What and why meso organisations? The previous Article 1 explained the importance of the meso level to achieve competitive regions and sound economic development. It also…  
138. Meso level, meso space and the relation to territories  
Meso level, meso space and the relation to territories Even at the beginning of the 1990s, many scholars realised that competition between isolated firms, unconditional free trade, and the state as an institution of regulation and supervision did in most cases not lead to economically successful and competitive countries or regions. Meso level, meso space and the relation to territories Even at…  
139. From value chains to circular economic systems  
From value chains to circular economic systems While value chains and product networks are often optimised for efficiency at the levels of products, firms and transactions, the overall systems they form part of may not be optimally efficient from a resource utilisation perspective. From value chains to circular economic systems While value chains and product networks are often optimised for…  
140. Eco-system services and territorial competitiveness  
Eco-system services and territorial competitiveness The traditional approach to competitiveness is based on labour or capital productivity (Porter, 1989). Given the over-exploitation of natural resources, today we can observe a changing basis of competitive advantage (Von Weizsäcker, De Larderel, Hargroves et al., 2014). Eco-system services and territorial competitiveness The traditional…