The Future of Emerging Markets: A Development Marathon, Not a Growth Sprint (Wellington Management)

Key points

  • Analysis of a country’s economic development metrics (productivity, living standards, inclusiveness and sustainability) are essential for assessing long-term economic potential.
  • Economic development requires more complex and enduring policy planning than that required for economic growth alone.
  • Collaboration between the public and private sectors is essential for achieving long-term economic progress.
  • A commitment to sustainable development is a good indication of the foresight of a country’s policymaking and the likelihood of long-term investment stability.

IN THIS PAPER, Wellington shares the views of Maryann Feldman and Dáire Dunne on what they see as key drivers of structural change in emerging markets (EM) economies. In particular, Wellington examines how the actions of policy makers, private companies and individual citizens can drive economic progress, influence financial markets and create investment opportunities over time. READ MORE

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