During the summer I wrote a piece on the rise of emerging markets since World War II for the Delma Institute, a consulting firm based in the UAE. The piece is designed to be read on the web as an interactive (apparently that is what all the hip kids are doing nowadays). This blog post is a shameless plug to get you to read it. Below I pick a few juicy items from it to wet your appetite.
But first, who should read the full piece? It will make for perfect holiday reading if:
- You want to take extended bathroom breaks to escape your family and need some reading.
- You want a big picture overview – for yourself or your undergraduate students – of global economic development since WWII.
- You haven’t been on your computer enough during the last quarter.
The piece essentially tries to answer two questions: Have…
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