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Will Modi Reset India’s Emerging Market Economy? By Professors Roy C. Smith and Ingo Walter

The following is an excerpt from an op-ed published in The BRICS Post by NYU Stern Professors Roy C. Smith and Ingo Walter: The forthcoming visit to Washington by Narendra Modi, his first since becoming India’s Prime Minister last April, … Continue reading

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MSRM Class of 2013 Capstone Paper Published by INCAE Business Review

A Capstone paper by Alex Rubinstein, Kiran Dwarakanath, Claire Fox, Rose Kinuthia, Ted Rockwell, and Alex Solares of the MSRM Class of 2013 was published by INCAE Business Review. The article is a summary, prepared in Spanish, of the paper … Continue reading

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RSVP Today to the Risk Management Symposium 2014

We cordially invite you to attend the second Annual Risk Management Symposium here at NYU Stern. Please join us and other senior business professionals for this opportunity to hear from a number of faculty members and practitioners who will share … Continue reading

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Professor Nouriel Roubini Discusses Political Uncertainty in Emerging Markets

The following is an op-ed titled “Emerging-Market Risk and Reward” by NYU Stern Professor Nouriel Roubini: One definition of an emerging-market economy is that its political risks are higher, and its policy credibility lower, than in advanced economies. After the … Continue reading

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NYU Stern Prof. Nouriel Roubini on Emerging Markets

The following is an excerpt from CNBC: While the “Fragile Five” – India, Indonesia, Brazil, Turkey and South Africa – have been among the hardest hit amid the turmoil in emerging markets, famed economist Nouriel Roubini says the threat of … Continue reading

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Prof. Viral Acharya Op-Ed: The missing bears of emerging markets

The following is a LiveMint op-ed written by Viral Acharya: The rupee continues to weaken against currencies such as the dollar. Some might refer to it as a free fall. While regulators and the government are designing moves intended to … Continue reading

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Trouble in Emerging-Market Paradise

The following is a post written by Nouriel Roubini on Project Syndicate:  During the last few years, a lot of hype has been heaped on the BRICS (Brazil, Russ ia, India, China, and South Africa). With their large populations and … Continue reading

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Brazil: Is this Time Different?

Six students in Stern’s MS in Risk Management program completed a capstone project to determine Brazil’s capacity to service its external debt in the event of changes to the global economy. “Brazil has experienced many ups and downs in its … Continue reading

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De-Risking Revisited with Nouriel Roubini

The following is an excerpt written by NYU Stern Professor Nouriel Roubini posted on Project Syndicate:  NEW YORK – Until the recent bout of financial-market turbulence, a variety of risky assets (including equities, government bonds, and commodities) had been rallying … Continue reading

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Dean Henry’s New Book- TURNAROUND: Third World Lessons for First World Growth

The following is a post by NYU Stern Office of Public Affairs: Thirty years ago, China seemed hopelessly mired in poverty, Mexico triggered the Third World Debt Crisis, and Brazil suffered under hyperinflation. Since then, these and other developing countries … Continue reading

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