Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Kemal Derviş

Kemal Derviş, former Minister of Economic Affairs of Turkey and former Administrator for the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), is Vice President of the Brookings Institution.

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Newsart for Tailspin or Turbulence?
World Affairs 2

Tailspin or Turbulence?

For emerging economies, this year began with a wave of financial turmoil, like that which followed the US Federal Reserve’s announcement last spring that it would “taper” its asset-buying program.… read more

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Economics 3

Catching Up at Different Speeds

With weak demand in advanced countries now impeding growth in emerging economies, including major players in Asia and Latin America, many are arguing that the era of income convergence has come to an … read more

Newsart for The End of Convergence?
Economics 1

The End of Convergence?

Until recently, there was a broad consensus that this was to be the emerging countries’ century. But America’s impending exit from quantitative easing is raising questions about emerging economies’… read more

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