by Anna Poplasky
Opening trade and financial channels with the rest of the world is essential for Uzbekistan to become a sound economic player.
by Vidur Ahlowlia, Ahmed Aljabreen & Ben Andryisck
The lack of a widespread banking services infrastructure in Mexico creates a problem for poor, rural Mexicans who need and/or want access to traditional banking services
by HyungJoon (Simon) Kim
Private investors hesitate to invest in infrastructure in developing countries because of high level of political risk, exchange risk, and demand risk.
by Decio Oddone, O&G Officer at Prumo Logistics
Corruption and a corrupted way of doing politics, populist measures and relaxed fiscal and monetary policies showed that Brazil still has a long way to go before becoming a developed country.
by Lourdes Casanova, Senior Lecturer of Management and Academic Director of the Emerging Markets Institute and Samantha Rullán, EMI Assistant Director
Innovations are emerging from a country that is experiencing important social and political problems.
by Hye Jung Yoon, Johnson, Cornell University
Those who sacrifice their self-interests for collective goals would gain status from others more effectively in Asian cultures, which emphasized more team-oriented atmosphere and appreciate group harmony more than the Western culture.
by Samantha Rullán, EMI Assistant Director
III Brazilian Conference: Is Brazil’s Democracy in Crisis? organized by BRASA Cornell in partnership with the Emerging Markets Institute
by Lourdes Casanova, EMI Academic Director
Global Latinas realize that, as they develop their global ambitions,
their home country and the Latin American region in which they operate, need to
by Ibijoke Oke, MPA '16, EMI Fellow
Although Nigeria is Africa’s biggest economy, it has been battling with economic and political instability, particularly Boko Haram and the recent oil crisis.
by Jeremy Kuhre, MBA '16, EMI Fellow
The 2016 Mai Bangkok Business Challenge.