Eudes Lopes, MA ’16 & PhD candidate (A&S), EMI contributor
Eudes Lopes, MA ’16 (A&S) is PhD candidate in Cornell’s College of Arts and Sciences Department of Anthropology. His research examines how different currents of economic thought are contested on behalf of evolving state-market arrangements. Eudes holds a bachelor’s degree in anthropology from the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University.
EMI at the crossroads: Crisis, contagion, and community
The crisis, the specter of contagion, invited us to think anew and act boldly and bravely, with the imaginative work ahead. Let us emerge.
2018 Emerging Market Multinationals Report: Emerging Markets Reshaping Globalization
Emerging Markets Institute contributor Eudes Lopes summarizes the 2018 report, which reflects on the growing governance role of the E20.
Emerging Markets Reshaping Globalization annual conference recap
EMI’s 2018 conference speakers see emerging markets as a bulwark for the international economic system in this era of trade wars and protectionism.