Emerging Markets Institute

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EMI Fellows Colombia Trek 2022: Good Food, Great People, and Unique Experiences

EMI Fellow Jeanette Xu, MBA ’22, reflects on her experience on the 2022 EMI Fellow Colombia Trek and working with students at Universidad de los Andes.

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War in Ukraine and Its Impact on the Chinese Economy

Alicia García Herrero discusses the impact of the Russia-Ukraine War on the Chinese economy, from rising energy prices to complying with sanctions.

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In the Electric Vehicle Race, China is Coming First

Alicia García Herrero analyzes the EV manufacturing race and discusses how the EV sector could become the next bottleneck in the global supply chain.

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Hybrid B2B-B2C Retail Models for E-Commerce Show Promise for Africa

Nandhini Narayanan, whose team placed second at the Emerging Markets Institute’s Corning Case Competition, discusses what she learned from the experience.

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Asia’s Growth Consolidates in 2022, But with Major Risks

Alicia García Herrero discusses Asia’s 2022 growth prospects, noting COVID impacts, supply chain disruptions, and U.S.-China competition as key risks.

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Financial inclusion a key component in winning pitch at EMI’s 2021 Case Competition

Team FletcherConneX, winners of the 2021 Corning Cornell Emerging Markets Institute Case Competition, reflect on their experience.

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ESG pressure takes center stage at the 2021 Emerging Markets Institute conference

Emerging markets are making progress in environmental, social, and governance (ESG) efforts but also face hurdles, including metrics and governance.

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Gift Provides $1.8 Million to Emerging Markets Institute

Roberto Cañizares ’71, MBA ’74, and his wife Gail Cañizares supplement their continued advocacy for the SC Johnson College’s Emerging Markets Institute.

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ESG performance in emerging markets: China at a crossroads

EMI research intern Juan Pablo Borda Kuhlmann analyzes China’s ESG potential, diving deep into its environmental, social, and governance policies.