Emerging Markets Economics

Emerging Markets Economics Update

5 January, 2017

Unpacking “political risk” in EMs

The tendency to bracket all EM political risk under the banner of “rising populism” conceals important nuances and prevents a proper understanding of the economic consequences of the risks that are building in different parts of the emerging world. In our view, there are at least three separate forms of political risk facing EMs at present.

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