Emerging Markets Institute

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

EMI News & Highlights

Mar 10

Cornell’s Emerging Markets Institute Team Wins mai Bangkok Business Challenge @Sasin 2015

International Business Competition Attracted Entries from 50 Business Schools and 18 Countries around the World

Feb 25

Johnson Professor Andrew Karolyi Selected as One of the World’s Most Influential Scientific Minds: 2014

Karolyi recognized by Thomson Reuters for his frequently cited research on global equity issuance and trading 

Feb 23

Chinese internet giants head for Latin America

Emerging Markets Institute Director gives her view


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
Chris Sungjoo Kim, MBA ‘15

The Journey to Bangkok

by Chris Sungjoo Kim, MBA ‘15.

Chris Kim, MBA ’15, describes the long but successful road to an exciting win at this year’s global case competition, the mai Business Challenge @ Sasin, in Bangkok, Thailand.


Speakers
Amber Thomas, MBA ’15 & MILR ‘15

Eliminating Toxins in International Electronics Supply Chains

by Amber Thomas, MBA ’15 & MILR ‘15.

Amber Thomas, MBA '15, MILR '15 interviewed Heather White, who is making a documentary on the health issues faced by Chinese factory workers in the electronics industry.



Financial Times Emerging Markets Headlines

Mar 27

Saudi air strikes on Yemen continue

Houthi leader remains defiant after second night of bombings

Mar 27

Europe’s biggest propylene plant proposed

Chemicals group to create Europe’s biggest propylene plant

Mar 27

China triples Fidelity’s investment quota

Group is first non-government investor with capital markets quota exceeding $1bn