The Outlook for Emerging Markets
Tuesday, 9 May 2023
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In this exclusive roundtable briefing, a team of our experts answered client questions on the outlook for emerging markets, including:
- What banking sector turmoil means for the global economic outlook, and how it could affect central bank policy;
- Why China’s reopening rebound will fizzle out before long, giving way to a renewed slowdown;
- The economic and policy outlook for Emerging Asia and India, and what they imply for the region’s financial markets.
Head of Asia-Pacific
Marcel Thieliant is Capital Economics’ Head of Asia Pacific. Marcel runs our Australia and New Zealand Service as well as our Japan Service from our Singapore office. Marcel joined Capital Economics in June 2013. Previously he worked for six years at Credit Suisse Private Bank, covering Asian and European economies. He has a Master’s degree in Economics from the University of St. Gallen and is a CFA charterholder. Focus Economics named Marcel the #1 Overall Forecaster for both Australia and New Zealand in 2020 and again in 2021. Marcel also won the Consensus Economics 2020 Forecast Accuracy Award for Australia and the Consensus Economics 2019 Forecast Accuracy Award for New Zealand.
Head of China Economics
Julian Evans-Pritchard joined Capital Economics in September 2013. Based in Singapore, Julian works with Mark Williams to cover the Chinese economy. He speaks and reads Chinese, and previously worked as a translator for Caixin, one of China’s leading financial news providers. Julian holds an undergraduate degree in mathematics and economics from the University of York and is currently pursuing a masters degree in economics at the National University of Singapore. He is a Chartered Financial Analyst and a member of the Economic Society of Singapore.
Deputy Chief Emerging Markets Economist
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.