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How about Evidence-based Policy at the Bottom of the Pyramid?

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Read Aleem Walji’s latest blog post ‘How about Evidence-based Policy at the Bottom of the Pyramid?’ In the post he describes his reflections on ‘inclusive innovation’ based on discussions at a recent roundtable conference at Harvard University. He describes the merits of supporting policies and funding instruments to help bring innovations to the poor. He also stressed the importance of finding innovations that are already happening and scaling them up.  Read the complete post.
Walji is the manager of the World Bank Institute’s Innovation practice

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