Porto Alegre, Brazil, October 17, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Brazilian publisher AVEC is releasing the study "Emerging Markets Report" this October 2014, from author Paulo Vicente Alves, Professor at Fundação Dom Cabral (FDC) in Brazil, one of the top ranked business schools in the world. Paulo Alves has a D.Sc. Degree in Administration, an M. Sc. Degree in Public Administration at Fundação Getúlio Vargas (FGV), and a B.A. degree in Engineering at IME (Military Institute of Engineering).
Alves served as Under-Secretary of Planning at the Planning and Management Office of the Rio de Janeiro State Government. As a lecturer, he worked through FDC in international programs for business schools such as CKGSB, HULT, INSEAD, ISB, John Hopkins, Saint-Gallen, Skolkovo and Vlerick. Alves was also ranked 29th at the Best Business Professor Award promoted by The Economist Intelligence Unit in 2012-13.
The "Emerging Markets Report" has a foreword written by FDC’s Director of the Center for Strategy and International Business, Aldemir Drummond, PhD in Management Studies from University of Cambridge.
The report is divided into three main chapters: a discussion of what constitutes an emerging market and their classification, an analysis of the BRIMCs nations in geographical and economical terms, and a series of possible future economic scenarios.
In the first chapter, the discussion about what constitutes an emerging market divides the nations into three groups, each representing 70%, 80% and 90% of the world economy, and studies these groups using cluster analysis with the variables of GDP per capita, population size and fertility rate. Through this study it is possible to create three layers of emerging nations.
In the second chapter, an analysis of BRIMCs nations in geographical and economical terms brings studies of markets, internal geography and barriers to grow for Brazil, Russia, India, Mexico and China.
In the third chapter, a series of possible future economic scenarios presents a broad vision of the BRIMCs’ nations in the 21st century, using hegemonic cycles and Kondratieff cycles theories. The report examines each one of the BRIMCs and its possibilities for demographical, economic and political expansions. Each nation has an specific approach in this scenario extrapolation and each scenario analysis contains a map of the most probable expansions with four possible variants and statistical probabilities assigned to each scenario.
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