This book analyzes the main economic issues of Emerging Market Economies (EMEs) on a country and regional basis. The authors investigate in detail the industry structure, agricultural, manufacturing and service sectors of EMEs. They also present comprehensive research on inflation, growth, employment, and labor force markets. The book also explores the capital market developments, total factor productivity, labor force participation, and foreign direct investment inflows. Moreover, the book discusses the monetary policies in EMEs and the effects of the 2008 global financial crisis on the EMEs.
Finally, the book discusses policy implications for EMEs and offers political recommendations for the public institutions in emerging markets.