The following emerging markets thought leadership pieces will be available in hard copy at the Global Growth Forum.
Just released Emerging economies, tomorrow’s markets
A report developed by the Peterson Institute for International Economics for presentation at the Ernst & Young Global Growth Forum 2011. Tracking global trends: how six global trends are shaping the business world
From the growing power of emerging markets to rapid innovations in technology, see which trends are most likely to shape the future.
Current trends Planning for growth: embracing the new normal
Returning to growth will not be the same as returning to the conditions that existed before the economic crisis. In our research, four in 10 companies responded that they do not expect business to return to normal.
Capital Confidence Barometer: Fit for the future?
Our fourth Capital Confidence Barometer reports that confidence in the global economy has almost doubled in the last six months. Learn what has caused this surge and how external factors such as political instability in the Middle East, natural disasters and inflation are contributing to longer term uncertainty.
Winning in a polycentric world
The story of business today is one of a tension between the flattening effect of globalization and significant variation across international markets. The challenge will be to balance between these opposing forces and achieve both scale and local relevance.
Focus on anti-fraud measures and compliance
The Metropolitan Corporate Counsel
Read about structuring a compliant cross-border transaction.
Thought leadership by region
It’s time for Africa: 2011 Africa Attractiveness Survey Brazilian Economy Outlook
While much of the world is still struggling with the repercussions of the global economic crisis, there remains a window of opportunity for investors competing for growth beyond market boundaries.
In the coming years, it is expected that the Brazilian economy will get back to a new development cycle under an average growth rate estimated at 5.5% per annum.
Learn more about the potential social and economic impacts of the 2014 World Cup.
2011 European Attractiveness Survey
Europe ranks only second to China as the world’s most attractive investment region. What are the key challenges for the Eurozone in 2011 and beyond?