About this book
This book provides an assessment of the megatrends that are reshaping the emerging markets landscape. With developing countries already accounting for 40% of world GDP, emerging markets consumption growth will be an increasingly important growth engine for the world economy over the next two decades. However, emerging markets in many parts of Asia, Africa, the Middle East and Latin America are still facing tremendous economic challenges such as poverty, inequality, weak governance and inadequate infrastructure. The developed nations are no longer insulated from the economic shockwaves impacting developing countries, as globalisation and economic integration have also amplified the transmission effects to the West through immigration flows, cross-border crime and the proliferation of international terrorism.
Emerging Markets Megatrends is an essential read for government policymakers, corporate executives, international investors and analysts wishing to understand more about the economic drivers and long-term outlook for emerging markets.
Asia Africa Middle East Latin America Inequality Poverty Weak governance Infrastructure Economic integration Demographic trends in emerging markets Megacities Emerging markets consumer boom Global financial architecture China's belt and road initiative Robotics, Industrial Automation and the Digital Economy Global technology wars Crisis prevention and resolution Climate change Cryptocurrencies Cybercrime