Emerging Markets Institute
EMI research intern Juan Pablo Borda Kuhlmann analyzes China’s ESG potential, diving deep into its environmental, social, and governance policies.
Brazil and Mexico have different relationships with China with regards to its Belt and Road Initiative and other geopolitical factors.
EMI research assistant John Ninia discusses how ESG and corporate culture can have a positive impact on a company’s long-term performance.
Chris Goranov, Emerging Markets Institute summer 2021 research intern, discusses the impacts of Central Bank Digital Currencies on emerging nations.
Nick Mitilenes MBA/MS ’21 analyzes Brazil’s possibility of overcoming the challenges presented by constitutionally mandated healthcare.
Ari Betof reflects on his experience judging the Emerging Markets Institute Case Competition and advocates for international-focused programs.
Diego Calvillo de la Garza, MBA ’22, discusses the Emerging Market Institute’s webinar on future prospects for the economies of Latin American countries.
Cornell Emerging Markets Institute Fellow Sunayana Karra comments on the benefits and pitfalls of Cuba’s physician export business.
Sunny Chai ’24 reflects on EMI visiting speaker Johanna Mair’s concept of modernizing emerging economies’ market structures.