How can the US get out of its current economic crisis? CEM director Ravi Ramamurti explores this question with three CEOs based in Asia, because developments in Asia, where the COVID-19 outbreak began, may presage developments in the US.
What We Do
The Center for Emerging Markets, founded in 2007, is a leading research hub on issues facing private and public organizations in emerging economies. It is guided by a distinguished external advisory board and has over 60 faculty fellows from across Northeastern University. Dedicated to better understanding how organizations can leverage emerging markets to create and exploit global competitive advantage, the center is hard at work disseminating best practices to managers, policy makers, students, and academic peers.
With over 60 renowned faculty fellows at the Center for Emerging Markets, we’re providing a solid foundation for cutting-edge, actionable research.
We’re guided by a distinguished advisory board consisting of senior executives who have years of experience in global business and emerging markets.
Our faculty consistently produce high-quality research and spearhead essential events that bring together experts in emerging markets.
From our India Lecture Series to symposia and research conferences, we provide numerous opportunities for distinguished speakers to share their latest insights on emerging markets. Find more videos like these in our YouTube playlist.
Raghuram Rajan on India and the global economy
Ramachandra Guha on “Why Gandhi Matters”
About the Director
Ravi Ramamurti, founding director of the Center for Emerging Markets, has published eight books on strategy in emerging markets and a number of award-winning articles on the topic. He was elected a fellow of the Academy of International Business in 2008.