Engaging Practitioners on Emerging Markets

We organize a number of symposia, webinars and other events aimed at engaging practitioners involved in emerging markets.

The center organizes an annual symposium on a timely topic relating to emerging markets aimed principally at business executives and policymakers in the New England region. Speakers are typically CEOs and high-level executives of companies operating in, or from, emerging markets. Symposia are live cast and archived on our Youtube Playlist. They are made possible by gifts to the Center for Emerging Markets by David Nardone, corporate partners and an anonymous donor.

2018 – Rise of Asia: How Should US Companies Respond?

2016 – Thriving in Volatile Emerging Markets

2015 – Beyond the BRICs
The India Lecture Series brings thought leaders to Northeastern University for free and public lectures on critical issues impacting the world’s second most populous country. It is made possible by a generous gift to the Center for Emerging Markets by an anonymous donor.

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The Center for Emerging Markets and the India-China-America Institute (ICA) sponsored the first in a 9-part webinar series titled “Competing with EMNEs” based on the book, Emerging Multinationals in Emerging Markets. Hundreds of people from around the world participated in the webinars. If you’re interested in watching any of these sessions, be sure to contact us for more information.

Competing with EMNEs: The Case of Thailand
Featuring Pavida Pananond, Professor, Thammasat University, Bangkok, Thailand
March 29, 2011

Competing with EMNEs: The Case of Israel
Featuring Yair Aharoni, Issachar Haimovic Professor of Strategy, Tel Aviv University
Jan. 13, 2011

Competing with EMNEs: The Case of Egypt
Featuring Ahmed Tolba, American University of Cairo
Dec. 21, 2010

Competing with EMNEs: The Case of Mexico
Featuring Alvaro Cuervo-Cazurra, Associate Professor, University of South Carolina
Nov. 10, 2010

Competing with EMNEs: The Case of Turkey
Featuring Attila Yaprak, Professor, Wayne State University
Oct. 13, 2010

Competing with EMNEs: The Case of South Africa
Featuring Andrea Goldstein, Senior Economist, OECD and Albert Wocke, Senior Lecturer, Gordon Institute of Business Sciences, Johannesburg, South Africa
July 14, 2010

Competing with EMNEs: The Case of Russia
Featuring Sheila Puffer and Daniel J. McCarthy, Northeastern University
June 9, 2010

Competing with EMNEs: The Case of China
Featuring Peter Williamson, Visiting Professor of International Management, Cambridge University
May 20, 2010

Competing with EMNEs: The Case of India
Featuring Ravi Ramamurti, Northeastern University
Feb. 10, 2010