Ruchir Sharma Offers New Math for the World's Economic Future
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Thank you! This efficient, positive guide for the practical observer and investor shows how to choose healthy emerging markets. After the global financial crisis, impermanence is the watchword, writes Sharma Breakout Nations: In Pursuit of the Next Economic Miracles , , the head of emerging markets and global macro at Morgan Stanley Investment Management. He looks at demographic data in order to get a sense of the makeup of the available workforce falling birthrates are prompting countries to add incentives for having babies, such as in Singapore, France, and Chile, along with increasing the retirement age and attracting migrants , and he considers whether a new political leader will be able to enact reforms e. There was a problem adding your email address. Please try again.
Much of the low hanging fruit of globalization has been plucked, and other growth-driving trends, like the baby boom and the entrance of women into the workforce en mass have been tapped out.
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Ruchir Sharma. The headlines from China, Russia and elsewhere make the vagaries of global economies seem chaotic and unpredictable. How can an investor know which oft-praised economy already is in the tank or which ignored country stands poised for a rally? In this compelling and elegantly written volume, Sharma outlines the telltale signs that often reveal where any nation is heading. Prosperity once seemed to be a path to democracy, but the financial crisis of spread from the United States to the rest of the world, ending the rise of emerging markets. After the fiscal crisis, political freedoms declined. Their success, which economists saw as part of a new order, no longer seems assured.