Shilan Shah is our Deputy Chief EM Economist, with responsibility for researching and presenting on pan-EM themes as well as leading our India service. He joined Capital Economics in 2012 and was based in our Singapore office for several years before returning to London in 2022. Shilan has a Bachelors degree in Economics from University College London and a Masters degree in Politics from the University of Warwick.
Emerging Markets Economics Update
Inflation threats to slow but not stop EM easing cycle
Rising food prices have already led to upside inflation surprises in parts of Asia, and central banks in the region are likely to ease policy later than their EM peers. But inflation should eventually...
Drop-In: AI, Economies and Markets – How artificial intelligence will transform the global economy
5th October 2023, 9:00AM BST
Often-breathless debate around AI can leave investors bewildered as to what this emerging technology will actually mean for the global economy and markets. It’s a debate which has lacked a consistent…