In this ECON+ podcast, we focus the debate on the economic health of emerging economies in the current global economic, financial and political climate. We explore in detail the domestic situation and outlook of Brazil, Russia and China, and what is the … Continue reading ECON+ Podcast Episode Seven: What Does 2017 Look Like For Emerging Markets?
By Rachel de Sá Brazil. The land where women are beautiful, food is delicious, everyone knows how to dance “samba”, play football, and of course, the future is bright and the time to shine is just around the corner. Right? … Continue reading Brazil In Crisis – How Did We Get To This Mess And What Should We Do To Leave?
By Pedro Sousa Gone are the exciting days of growth story of the BRICS. Back then, it seemed that the West was done and the big emerging economies were going to be successful in a new era of economic, financial … Continue reading Emerging Economies And The Commodities Bust: Team Up With The West
By Pedro Sousa As we examine the state of the global economy, information suggests we are in an era of very limited growth. Larry Summers might be right in describing this as “secular stagnation“. Does this mean we are facing economic crisis in 2016? Maybe not, but the global economy is vulnerable. Nowadays, most OECD governments don’t have the financial muscle to kickstart their economies towards higher growth. Plus, as we have seen within the EU, there is a lack of political union to agree to put more money into the economy. Lack of economic governance is hindering the potential … Continue reading Crisis or not?