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Emerging Markets InstituteResearchEMI at Work
On April 27th, 2018 the Emerging Markets Institute (EMI) will host the first EMI Alumni Day at the Tata Innovation Center at Cornell Tech. The event serves to celebrate the work of the class of 2017 and 2018 Cornell Tech EMI Fellows.
The subject of emerging markets can be so broad and complex that it is sometimes difficult to understand how to think about opportunity and prioritization in the world’s fastest-growing economies. Clearly, the pace of growth and rapidly increasing standards of living in Latin America, Africa, and th...
The president of Venezuela, Nicolas Maduro, announced the creation of a Venezuelan cryptocurrency called the “Petro.” Petro will help achieve monetary sovereignty, make financial transactions, and most important, fight inflation and overcome the financial blockade. This article discusses the advanta...
Agriculture is a resource-intensive sector with high externalities - it accounts for 70% of global freshwater use, 38% of global land area, and 14% of total greenhouse gas emissions. With growing concerns around climate change and economic uncertainty, there is a greater need for platforms that prot...
“I enjoy the opportunity to be part of cohort of brilliant EMI fellows and learning a lot from their experience."
- Anna Poplasky, AMBA '17