Emory University
Atlanta, GA

Jeff Rosensweig Lists Essential Ingredients for Successful Companies in Emerging Economies

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Director of the Global Perspectives Program and associate professor of international business and finance at Emory University’s Goizueta Business School, Rosensweig discusses the proper role of government regulation in emerging economies, how the emergence of a robust middle class in India and China changes their role in the global economy, as well as what kind of human resource and organizational talents companies in emerging economies need to succeed.

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