Inclusive Emergence: Can the emerging markets emerge while being inclusive and, if not, what are the consequences?
Race for the Planet: Is there a global run on limited resources (oil, food, water, oxygen) and, if so, who's winning and what will the losers be left with?
Adversity Advantage: Will the abundance of adversities shape this century's defining innovations and, if so, where in the world will the conditions be most conducive for incubating the innovations that will propel us forward?
Goodbye to Separation of Firm and State: Is it time to re-consider the separate analyses of private enterprises and the State and, if so, what are the implications for strategy, leadership and diplomacy in either domain?
Disruptions without Discipline: How do the inflection points in international affairs transform international business and vice versa?
The Center for Emerging Market Enterprises seeks to answer these and other pressing questions from a global, multidisciplinary perspective. Areas of focus include Country Management and Doing Business in BRICs, Inclusive Growth, Innovation and Change, and Sovereign Wealth Funds and Global Capital Flows.
CEME was founded at The Fletcher School, Tufts University in 2007. As the United States’ first professional graduate school of international relations, The Fletcher School emphasizes innovation and excellence in the study of international relations. Since 1933, Fletcher’s multidisciplinary education has prepared the world’s leaders in business, law, government, international organizations, and NGOs with a global perspective on the day’s most pressing issues. Tufts University, located on three Massachusetts campuses in Boston, Medford/Somerville, and Grafton, and in Talloires, France, is recognized among the premier research universities in the United States.