The 2018 symposium on Migration and the Future of Emerging Markets at Green Templeton College, Oxford has issued its conclusions and recommendations in a press release (30 January 2018).
Commentators often overlook the fact that Brazil,... Read more
The panel discussion will take place on Friday 12 January 2018, 18.00 - 19.15 at the Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies. The panel speakers are Tsung-Mei Cheng, Co-founder, the Princeton Conference, Michelle Leighton, Chief, Labour Migration... Read more
The EMS report on Environmental Health in Emerging Markets was launched on 6 July. The main messages in the report have received media coverage in over 20 countries including major emerging market countries such as Brazil, China, India and... Read more
World’s leading experts warn of irreversible environmental destruction and disastrous economic and health consequences of unregulated economic ambition
Unbridled economic growth in many leading economies will have disastrous economic and... Read more
Ian Scott, Associate Fellow of Green Templeton College and Executive Director of the Emerging Markets Symposium, was invited to speak at the First Congress of The Assembly of Eurasia's Peoples in Moscow in late May.
He spoke about the... Read more
Speaking to an audience of 300 people at the Emerging Markets Symposium on Health and the Environment Lecture in the Sheldonian Theatre, world-leading American economist who specialises in sustainable development, Professor Jeffrey Sachs, drew on... Read more
Jeffrey Sachs, University Professor, Quetelet Professor of Sustainable Development and Professor of Health Policy and Management at Columbia University will deliver a lecture on Friday 13 January, 6pm, at the Sheldonian Theatre, Oxford, on the... Read more
We're pleased to announce that translated versions of the Young People and the Future of Emerging Markets: Summary and Recommendations Report are now available for download in PDF form below.
تحميل تقرير العربية (Download Arabic Report)... Read more
The Emerging Markets Symposium (EMS) was established in 2008 to consider solutions to ‘wicked’ problems of human welfare in emerging markets (1). The problems are complex, defy easy answers but demand attention because they menace growth,... Read more
Ian Scott, the Emerging Markets Symposium's Executive Director, and EMS participants Jo Boyden and George Patton all spoke at the Global Youth Forum, 13-15 June 2016 in Washington, D.C.. The Global Youth Forum is organised by The World Bank Group... Read more
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