Economics

Noteworthy: Eswar Prasad publishes NYT op-ed on China limiting the West’s global influence
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Noteworthy: Eswar Prasad publishes NYT op-ed on China limiting the West’s global influence

China’s new form of multilateralism seeks to expand its global influence and eschews values like democracy, human rights, and the freedom of expression.

Research Recap: Todd Schmit examines regional food systems and economic opportunity
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Research Recap: Todd Schmit examines regional food systems and economic opportunity

Schmit, associate professor at Dyson, and others look at the local and regional food systems driving rural economic development across the nation.

Noteworthy: Steven Kyle discusses economic impact of Hurricane Harvey in U.S. News
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Noteworthy: Steven Kyle discusses economic impact of Hurricane Harvey in U.S. News

Steven Kyle weighs in on the local and national economic impact of Hurricane Harvey’s aftermath and unprecedented flooding in Texas and Louisiana.

Noteworthy: Eswar Prasad featured on Bloomberg Markets
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Noteworthy: Eswar Prasad featured on Bloomberg Markets

Eswar Prasad, professor of international trade policy, discusses China’s economy on Bloomberg Markets.

Can Africa Feed the World?
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Can Africa Feed the World?

Africa could be the world’s next breadbasket. But can it overcome the hurdles in its way?

Eswar Prasad: Despite yuan's meteoric rise, dollar will dominate
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Eswar Prasad: Despite yuan’s meteoric rise, dollar will dominate

In his new book, Gaining Currency: The Rise of the Renminbi, Prasad evaluates the real power of China’s currency.

A rising force: Emerging economies are gaining ground in wealth and influence
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A rising force: Emerging economies are gaining ground in wealth and influence

The Emerging Markets Institute’s 2016 conference and inaugural Emerging Multinationals Report convey powerful evidence of “a new global landscape” showing a sharp increase in emerging economies as foreign investors and a “blossoming of some of their firms as world champions.”