The Emerging Markets Institute (EMI) at the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management at Cornell University 6th Annual Conference will be exploring:
- How emerging multinationals from Asia and Latin America have expanded aggressively on a global scale?
- Coming from regions which are/were very volatile and from countries with lower Gross Domestic Product/capita than developed countries, how have some of these companies been able to succeed internationally?
- How are they changing the competitive environment for multinationals from the developed world?
- What can we expect from them over the next years?
- And how they are now innovating to move to the next phase?
Founded in 2010, Cornell’s Emerging Markets Institute at the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management provides thought leadership on the role of emerging markets—and emerging market multinationals—in the global economy. The Institute brings together preeminent practitioners and academics from around the world to develop the next generation of global business leaders and create the premier research center on the role of emerging markets in the global economy.
Providing thought leadership on the role of emerging markets—and emerging market multinationals—in the global economy
Panel Discussion Topics
- Technological Innovation. How Multinationals from Emerging Markets are moving beyond traditional sectors to advanced technological innovators.
- Social Innovation. Emerging Multinationals from Emerging Markets need to be part of the solution of the social challenges in their countries.