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Systemic M&E Plenary at the SEEP 2012 Annual Conference

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If markets are open, complex and adaptive systems why do we still try to measure our impacts on them and their evolution as if they were machines that we can control and predict? A new M&E paradigm is ...

If markets are open, complex and adaptive systems why do we still try to measure our impacts on them and their evolution as if they were machines that we can control and predict? A new M&E paradigm is necessary for field practitioners to perform better as facilitators of change, and for policy makers and donors to invest their resources where they will make the biggest impact at the lowest costs.

This plenary will explore cutting edge thinking and enquiry around ways to improve the current evaluation paradigm and improved practice in measuring impacts in market systems. The plenary will explore ideas that support the construction and application of systemic approaches to M&E, the principles that should underpin this and how to make it practical for practitioners and policy makers. Check out this amazing line-up!

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