They are always ‘the future’ but regularly under economic and or financial pressure
What determines whether a country goes backwards or forwards? Why have so few developing countries joined the ranks of rich nations? George Magnus, former chief economist of UBS, chooses books to help us reflect on what it is that societies need in order to be successful.
First published: Prospectmagazine.co.uk, 10/11/2015
Emerging markets were meant to be doing better than this by now
The OECD has become the latest international organisation to reflect on weaker global growth.
First published: Prospectmagazine.co.uk, 12/10/2015
The economies of emerging countries are most at risk
The IMF didn’t say it as such at its annual meeting,
First published: The Times, 3/10/2015
The curtain-raiser to next week’s probably sombre economic mood at the annual October IMF meetings in Lima,
First published: 9th June 2015
Six years ago, world trade collapsed as the financial crisis and recession froze the global economy.