Emerging Market Sustainability Dialogues

Market Sustainability

Emerging Market Sustainability Dialogues
(2014; Eschborn, Germany; 18 staff; emsdialogues.org)

A network of “change agents and decision-makers from think tanks, multinational corporations, and the financial sector.”  It aims to foster “knowledge exchange and creation between diverse actors from emerging and industrialized economies” by contributing “to innovative economic policymaking, sustainable business development, and financial stability/green finance.”

It was initiated by the German Agency for International Co-operation (GIZ) – a government agency and is a network of networks that comprises:

  1. Economic Policy Forum
  2. Emerging Markets Dialogue on Green Finance and Financial Sector Stability
  3. Emerging Market Multinationals Network on Business Model Innovation for Sustainability in Emerging Markets



Leadership: Brigitte Klein (Global Program Director)

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