Emerging Markets Institute

Providing thought leadership on the role of emerging markets—and emerging market multinationals—in the global economy

The Emerging Markets Institute hosts event with VP of Brazil Michel Temer

The Emerging Markets Institute at the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management at Cornell University hosted a breakfast with His Excellency Michel Temer, Vice President of Brazil, on Monday, July 20th at the Cornell Club in New York City. Vice President Temer spoke about Brazil’s political and economic situation.

EMI News & Highlights

Jul 18

Investing in Emerging Markets, with Prof. Andrew Karolyi

Finance Professor Andrew Karolyi talks in-depth on assessing risks and rewards of investing in emerging markets

Jul 16

Chinese investors take their ride on stock market roller-coaster|William Hennelly|chinadaily.com.cn

Outlet: China Daily Professor Andrew Karolyi talks about the underlying causes of market volatility in China. 

May 14

Johnson’s Karolyi Releases Rankings of Emerging Markets for Investors

Research takes a first-of-its-kind look at the fundamental risks associated in investing in emerging foreign markets

In Search of BrazilThe Political Economy of an Emerging Power: In Search of the Brazil Dream

A new book by Johnson’s Lourdes Casanova encapsulates Brazil’s role in the new order of emerging economies and the steps the country needs to propel its economic growth

Lourdes S. Casanova, Academic Director of the Emerging Markets Institute, Cornell University

The Institute at Work
Winston Sun, MBA ‘16

Why Xiaomi Succeeds in China: Implications for the Chinese Business Environment

by Winston Sun, MBA ‘16.

Xiaomi, the world’s third largest smartphone maker, has found a way to satisfy consumers with a high quality product at an emerging market price.

Chen Chen, Visiting Scholar at the Emerging Markets Institute

Emerging Services By Humberto Ribeiro, Visiting Scholar at the Emerging Markets Institute

by Chen Chen, Visiting Scholar at the Emerging Markets Institute.

Mr. Humberto Ribeiro, former Brazilian Secretary of Commerce and Services, believes that services will offer the largest entrepreneurial opportunities worldwide, as the market should expand by $50 trillion.

Financial Times Emerging Markets Headlines

Jul 31

Uber valued at $50bn in latest funding round

Car-hailing service raises $1bn to help fend off local rivals in India and China

Jul 31

Aberdeen funds slapped with ‘dog’ label

Asia funds appear in list of underperformers for first time

Jul 31

Iran nuclear deal splits Jewish Americans

The divide threatens Israel’s longstanding influence on US foreign policy