EMI at Work

Africa the Country: The Prejudice that is Hurting a Continent and Investors

by David Matthew Breazzano, MBA '16 and EMI Fellow
David Matthew Breazzano, MBA '16 and EMI Fellow
Many people from the US and Europe tend to group the different countries of Africa into one generalized nation of Africa

A bright star in turbulent times

by Lourdes Casanova, Senior Lecturer of Management and Academic Director of the Emerging Markets Institute
Lourdes Casanova, Senior Lecturer of Management and Academic Director of the Emerging Markets Institute
Investment in innovation, creation of new products, and diversification of its portfolio are some of the keys to AmBev's success.

The power of connectivity: what Colombia can teach us about IT in emerging markets

by Brian Liberatore, MBA '16, EMI Fellow, Zuyao Mao, MBA '16 and Laura Simion, MBA ’16, EMI Fellow
Brian Liberatore, MBA '16, EMI Fellow, Zuyao Mao, MBA '16 and Laura Simion, MBA ’16, EMI Fellow
Technology can be a powerful tool in emerging markets. 

Colombia’s future rests on the middle class

by Brian Liberatore, MBA '16, EMI Fellow
Brian Liberatore, MBA '16, EMI Fellow

Johnson group helps small and medium businesses thrive at critical juncture for Colombia

Has Argentina Reached a Turning Point or will History Repeat Itself?

by Matt Agnello, MBA '16, EMI Fellow
Matt Agnello, MBA '16, EMI Fellow
Argentina has reached a pivotal turning point after decades of economic instability, but will the recent shift toward a more conservative policy be enough to rebound the economy?

Poland in 2016: At a Crossroads between Economic Liberalization and Renationalization

by Amanda B. Sieradzki, MBA '16, EMI Fellow
Amanda B. Sieradzki, MBA '16, EMI Fellow
Poland at a crossroads as a newly elected government takes the reins.

Tech Entrepreneurs: The New Merchant Class in the Iranian ‘Bazaar’

by Mehrdad Moghaddam, MBA '17, EMI Fellow
Mehrdad Moghaddam, MBA '17, EMI Fellow

Understanding the Backdrop of Iranian Tech Entrepreneurship

Global Latinas, as part of the solution of Latin America’s social issues

by Lourdes Casanova, Senior Lecturer of Management and Academic Director of the Emerging Markets Institute
Lourdes Casanova, Senior Lecturer of Management and Academic Director of the Emerging Markets Institute
Latin American multinationals from Mexico to Brazil felt and feel the need to engage with their communities and societies.

Accessing the Inaccessible

by Sydney Gehrking, MHA '17, EMI Fellow
Sydney Gehrking, MHA '17, EMI Fellow
Healthcare and Internet access are becoming increasingly intertwined in China.

A Reflection of China through the eyes of a Global Citizen

by Calvin Okwuego, EMI Fellow
Calvin Okwuego, EMI Fellow

The China Trek has allowed me to have a better understanding how China has grown into this global power from company visits and personally witnessing the vibrancy within the economy.


“Through I course I took with the Emerging Markets Institute, I developed a human resource strategy for retaining high potential female employees for a major investment bank in South Africa. This was my most beneficial experience at business school and highlighted a pressing subject: women’s empowerment in the workplace.”

- Bryson Saez, MBA '14
EMI Fellow