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Emerging Markets ALA Chicago 2009 Librarians at the Gates!. Terese M. Terry. Lippincott Library. Wharton School. U of PA terryt@wharton.upenn.edu. Emerging Markets. Librarians at the Gates!. Terese Terry. Lippincott Library. U of PA. terryt@wharton.upenn.edu SLA 04 Nashville

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Emerging Markets

ALA Chicago 2009

Librarians at the Gates!

Terese M. Terry. Lippincott Library. Wharton School.

U of PA terryt@wharton.upenn.edu

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EmergingMarkets

Librarians at the Gates!

Terese Terry. Lippincott Library. U of PA. terryt@wharton.upenn.edu

SLA 04 Nashville

China -- Librarians at the Gates!

Terese Terry. Lippincott Library. U of PA. terryt@wharton.upenn.edu

SLA 04 Nashville, TN

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Any Organization, Company or Institution that is not engaged in some way with emerging nations

risks being left at the gate of the 21st Century

"The big event of the last 20 years is the success of free markets in India and China. This is more important than any financial crisis.”Deirdre McCloskey, professor of economics at the University of Illinois:

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An emerging market country can be defined as a society transitioning from a dictatorship to a free market-oriented economy, with increasing economic freedom, gradual integration within the global marketplace, an expanding middle class, improving standards of living and social stability and tolerance, as well as an increase in cooperation with multilateral institutions.Dr. Vladimir Kvint - president of the International Academy of Emerging Markets.

a superpower country has
A Superpower country has:

An economy near the size of the US economy. (US Forecast: $39 trillion by 2030. -- 30 times that of India, South Korea or China,)

Original consumer brands. Coke, Nike, etc.

A military capable of waging global war.

Major universities. (17 of the top are in US)

To attract talent to live there.

To be a world leader in entertainment and culture.

To put people in Space.

To put up funds and to help solve world problems.

To get used to criticism for being a superpower.

World Future Society.Assessing Global Trends for 2025 The Futurist magazine Nov. 2008.

information barriers
Information Barriers

Disclosure, Reliability, Transparency, Consistency, Timeliness.

Language.

Infancy of the economies.

Superabundance of unqualified information. (It don’t mean a thing if it ain’t got that S.W.I.N.G! Sources With Impeccable Numbers Given)

Political control of business and society -- incoming and outgoing news and all media.

Corruption

terryt@wharton.upenn.edu

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old

2600 years

Shenzhen Stock Exchange 1991 -

NYSE 1790 -

pay and yay
Pay and Yay

Fee based and Free resources

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Yay

FDI. Net “Doing Business” Premium reports.

Asian Development Bank. adb.org/

Economic data, Financial Statistics.

Knowledge at Wharton. Wharton.upenn.edu

Other B Schools’ publications

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Euromoney

By Euromoney magazine. http://www.emergingmarkets.org/

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http//:knowledge.wharton.upenn.edu

  • See also other B School sites for useful reports.
other yay resources
Other Yay Resources

Doing Business in….(World Bank) http://www.doingbusiness.org

World Investment Report. UN. http://www.unctad.org

US Dept of Commerce. http://www/ Export.gov

Global-Production.com

Market Watch. http://www.marketwatch.com/markets/emerging-markets

Lippincott Research Guides listing premium and free resources. http://www.library.upenn.edu/lippincott

Asia-Pacific Business. China Business, India Business, Latin America Business, Middle East / North Africa / Sub-Saharan Africa, Emerging Markets ( in progress)

Keep in touch! I’ll post your Yays on bizrefdesk.blogspot.com (Land of the free and the good)

Terese M. Terry terryt@wharton.upenn.edu

pay approximate annual cost
Pay - approximate annual cost
  • ISI Emerging Markets (Euromoney Institutional Investor) about $25,000
  • CEIC (also Euromoney) $500 - $2250
  • Euromonitor Global Markets Information Database. About $23,500
  • ORBIS - BVD. About $50,000
  • S&P Emerging Markets Database EMDB $15,000 to $42000
  • Business Monitor International About $3600
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15 million global public & private

Company detailed profiles.