The Global Emerging Market and its role in a time of crisis - public lecture. October 5, 2009, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)

Department of Management public lecture 

The global emerging market, which did not exist 25 years ago, now has an input of about 50% into the world economy and attracts more than 40% of foreign direct investment. The economic dynamic of emerging market countries has a strong and positive influence on the world economy and, as such, has to be re-evaluated during this development of a new global order.
Dr. Vladimir Kvint, economist and strategist, is the President of the International Academy of Emerging Markets and Chairman of the Russia and CIS division of international architecture firm RMJM. He is a US Fulbright Scholar and a member of the Bretton Woods Committee (Washington, DC) and of the Russian Academy of Sciences. He was a Professor of International Business at the American University from 2004 to 2007 and a Professor at Fordham University's Graduate School of Business from 1990 to 2004. He was an Adjunct Professor of Business Strategy at the Stern School of Business at New York University for five years. From 1992-1998 he served as the Director of Emerging Markets at Arthur Andersen LLP in New York. He has the title of Honorary Doctor from the United States, Russian, Albanian, Ukranian and Kazakhstan Universities. Dr. Kvint's studies have focused on strategy and quantitative analysis of the Global Emerging Market and solutions to poverty. He is the author of 21 books and more than 350 articles, is a regular contributor to Forbes and is an advisor to the governments of several emerging market countries.

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