Emerging Markets Institute

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China, Economic Growth, and ESG

China is an outlier in economic growth and we see a shift in its approach from growth at all costs to quality growth plus increased ESG reporting.

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Nigeria’s eNaira CBDC: What Went Wrong?

Pratham Rawat ’23 discusses reasons for the low usage rates of Nigeria’s  eNaira a year after the release of the country’s CBDC initiative.

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Insights from My Korea-Japan Trek: Innovation, Leadership, and Work Culture

Gino Arevalo Vergara shares insights from his trek to Korea and Japan, including international differences in business environments and work culture.

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Restricting Trade for the Environment? Import Restrictions on Used Vehicles in China

Dyson’s Hui Zhou, PhD ’23, discusses her research on the impact of emission-based import restrictions on used vehicles in China.

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Reinventing global value chains in uncertain times

Emerging markets benefit from greater engagement in global value chains but fear a loss of momentum in today’s complex and uncertain world.

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Israel Trek 2023: Startup Nation

EMI Fellow Jonathan Li, MBA ’23, discusses his experience on the Johnson MBA trek to Israel to learn about the country’s thriving startup ecosystem.

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Is Equity Market Liberalization Beneficial?

Economics PhD student Wentong Chen discusses her research on the effects of equity market liberalization, aided by an Emerging Markets Institute grant.

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Investing in Impact: Paul Kavuma is a champion of Africa’s economic resilience

Paul Kavuma, MBA ’93, inaugural recipient of the Emerging Markets Institute Cañizares Alumni Award, discusses opportunities in post-COVID Africa.

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Public Policy in India’s Thriving Venture Capital and Private Equity Industry

Archish Mittal, MBA ’23, discusses the intertwined nature of private and public sector global investments and India’s growth as a global investment hub.