There is immense interest today in the various economic, political and social issues facing emerging market countries. While such countries vary in size, history, resource endowments and income, they all share superior prospects for sustainable growth based on prudent macro-economic management, economic liberalization, openness to global markets and foreign investment, and a dynamic domestic private sector. International investors and multilateral companies have a keen interest in increasing their exposure to these economies. Finally, the emerging markets economies as well as the international business community have a shared interest in economic and trade development related issues specific to these economies.
|Biliang Hu||Dean, Emerging Markets Institute (EMI); Director, The Belt and Road Research Institute (BRRI), Beijing Normal University (BNU), China|
|Harinder Kohli||President & CEO, Emerging Markets Forum and Centennial Group, USA|
|Anil Sood||Centennial Group Holdings, Washington DC, USA|
|Kausar Iqba||Emerging Markets Institute (EMI), Beijing Normal University (BNU), China|
|Shuyu Wu||Emerging Markets Institute (EMI), Beijing Normal University (BNU), China|
|Leo Zucker||Emerging Markets Forum and Centennial Group, USA|
|Fang Cai||Vice President of Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS)|
|Xiaoming Feng||Managing Editor, China & World Economy, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences|
|Werner Hermann||Head of International Research and Technical Assistance, Swiss National Bank, Switzerland|
|Rolf Jeker||Chairman, Emerging Market Services Ltd; Former Senior Executive VP, SGS S.A., Switzerland|
|Justin Yifu Lin||Dean of the Institute of New Structural Economics and the Institute of South-South Cooperation and Development, Peking University, China; Former Chief Economist and Senior Vice President of World Bank|
|Johannes Linn||Senior Resident Scholar, Emerging Markets Forum, USA|
|Claudio Loser||President, Centennial Group Latin America; Former Director, Western Hemisphere, International Monetary Fund (IMF), USA|
|Claudio Loser||Director-General, Independent Evaluation Group (IEG), World Bank; Former Country Director, Brazil, World Bank, USA|
|Rajat Nag||Former Managing Director, Asian Development Bank, Philippines|
|Vinod Thomas||Director-General, Independent Evaluation Group (IEG), World Bank; Former Country Director, Brazil, World Bank, USA|
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