There is immense interest today in the various economic, political and social issues facing emerging market countries. While such countries vary in size, history, resource endowments and income, they all share superior prospects for sustainable growth based on prudent macro-economic management, economic liberalization, openness to global markets and foreign investment, and a dynamic domestic private sector. International investors and multilateral companies have a keen interest in increasing their exposure to these economies. Finally, the emerging markets economies as well as the international business community have a shared interest in trade and investment related issues specific to these economies.
The Global Journal of Emerging Market Economies, a refereed journal, promoted by the Emerging Markets Forum, publishes original empirical as well as research papers, policy papers, book reviews and essays related to the field of emerging global economies. It aims to be the most reputable and creditable journal on global emerging markets that covers the following broad areas: Global Financial Crisis and the Impact on Emerging Market Economies, Economic Development and Inclusive Growth, Climate Change and Energy, Infrastructure Development and Public Private Partnerships, Capital Flows to and from Emerging Market Economies, Regional Cooperation, Trade and Investment and Development of National and Regional Financial Markets.
The journal aims to make available basic reference material for policy-makers, business executives and researchers interested in issues of fundamental importance to the economic prospects and performance of emerging market economies.