June 15, 2020

How tech and demographics could save emerging markets investors

Featuring Rachel Ziemba

Source: The Sydney Morning Herald

Journalist Charlotte Grieve

The acceleration of digitisation combined with the lower life expectancy of populations in developing countries are two factors that will fend off an emerging markets crisis, according to the chief executive of private equity manager LeapFrog Investments.

Leading economists, including the Centre for New American Security's senior analyst Rachel Ziemba, have claimed the health and economic crisis of the COVID-pandemic has created a maelstrom for emerging markets where investors that have turned to developing countries for buying opportunities could be due for a rude shock.

Read the full article and more in The Sydney Morning Herald.

Authors

  • Rachel Ziemba

    Adjunct Senior Fellow, Energy, Economics, & Security Program

    Rachel Ziemba is an Adjunct Senior Fellow at the Center for a New American Security (CNAS). Her research focuses on the interlinkages between economics, finance and security i...