July 5, 2018
Democracy that Delivers #121: FHI 360’s Phil Psilos Presents The Atlas of Innovation for Economic Stability
This post originally appeared on CIPE’s website here. Reposted with permission.
On the latest Democracy that Delivers podcast, FHI 360’s Phil Psilos talks about “The Atlas of Innovation for Economic Stability.” Psilos is the non-profit organization’s Asia-Pacific Technical Director for Economic Development and Innovation. Along with host Ken Jaques, and guest host Marc Schleifer, he highlights key entrepreneurial processes, new mobile technologies, and data-driven tools that are fostering stability in fragile and emerging economies. Psilos shares his favorite stories about dozens of innovation projects around the world and explains how his research on entrepreneurial inclusion has progressed over the years.
Want to hear more? Listen to previous podcasts at CIPE.org/podcast.
June 14, 2018
Economic stability is central to the global development agenda. However, maintaining stability in the global market has been an ongoing concern, especially in Africa.
In this interview on Voice of America’s Africa 54 show, FHI 360’s Phil Psilos, Asia-Pacific Technical Director for Economic Development and Innovation, talks about The Atlas of Innovation for Economic Stability. Psilos highlights a few innovations from the report that are helping economies in Africa become more inclusive, such as loans for small farmers and access to emergency services. Watch the video below.
Watch the full episode on Voice of America’s website here.
May 31, 2018
This post originally appeared on Devex. Reposted with permission.
NAIROBI — Economic stability and the Sustainable Development Goals are inexorably linked, but discussion on how to pursue economic stability is often absent from the global development dialogue. The 2008 global financial meltdown, climate change, technological changes, as well as shifting labor and employment trends have left huge swaths of workers and small businesses without the protections and security they might have had previously.
Innovation in technology, finance, and policy, are critical in giving countries coping mechanisms to confronting the “volatile and erratic conditions, asymmetrical information, and a lack of protection” that can leave people economically vulnerable, according to “The Atlas of Innovation for Economic Stability.”
May 22, 2018
Atlas of Innovation for Economic Stability identifies innovations that create stable incomes and build more inclusive economies for poor and vulnerable people
A version of this announcement was also posted to FHI 360’s website here.
(May 22) Bangkok, Thailand — The Atlas of Innovation for Economic Stability, published today by international NGO FHI 360 with support from The Rockefeller Foundation, highlights exciting new innovations that are helping to create economic stability in the changing global marketplace. The Atlas is the result of a global research and crowdsourcing effort, and features more than sixty innovations from around the world that help individuals, households, communities, and countries survive and prosper even in the face of economic volatility.
It presents profiles of innovators and entrepreneurs, and offers recommendations for how global development partners can support […]