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EMERGING MARKETS INSTITUTE (EMI)

By 2050, it is projected that more than half of the world's 30 largest economies will be countries that are currently classified as 'Emerging'. Knowledge on these countries is an invaluable resource for leveraging their many opportunities. However, the data currently existing on them is inadequate. Based at the Asia campus in Singapore, and set up in partnership with the Economic Development Board of Singapore, the Emerging Markets Institute reflects the changing focus of global growth and emphasizes INSEAD's committment to the region. The physical presence in Singapore provides the ability to leverage the city-state's global reputation as a center for talent and trade. The EMI aims to create a leading think tank on all matters of relevance to business, economic and social development in these dynamic markets.

 

 

Upcoming EMI Events

The Inaugural Annual Emerging Markets Conference

hosted by INSEAD EMI and PwC Growth Markets Center

- Emerging Markets: Leading the Growth Revival

On Thursday & Friday, 12 - 13 November 2015
at INSEAD Asia Campus

For more details on the conference, please click here

 

 

 

Recent Publications

Elon Musk, Frugal Engineer

June 9, 2015


Phanish Puranam, The Roland Berger Chaired Professor of Strategy & Organisation Design, INSEAD, and Nirmalya Kumar, Member, Group Executive Council, Tata Sons and Distinguished Fellow, INSEAD Emerging Markets Institute.

How ''India Inc'' can own Frugal Innovation

June 17, 2015

Phanish Puranam, The Roland Berger Chaired Professor of Strategy & Organisation Design, INSEAD, and Nirmalya Kumar, Member, Group Executive Council, Tata Sons and Distinguished Fellow, INSEAD Emerging Markets Institute.


   

 

Latest on Emerging Market

 

 

Five Steps to Success in Emerging Markets

As the global market faces a massive geo-economic realignment, multinationals are having to rethink every aspect of the way they do business. What is the key to success in emerging markets? Is it a matter of strategy or execution, long-term coherence or ... (continue here)

Millennials want to lead. Are they ready?


In the near future millennials will occupy every consequential leadership position in the world, be it in business, academia, government, or in the non-profit sector. Will they be ready to lead? (continue here)

 

 

INSEAD Emerging Markets Institute is proud to be the Partner in Asia for UNCTAD’s Business Schools for Impact Project.

 


 

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