With the recent global economic crisis, the growth of the world's most celebrated and hyped emerging markets have witnessed a slowdown. The weaknesses of such emerging markets have often been overlooked in the hype and it is possible that the new breakout nations will probably be some of the low profile ones.
With an experience of over two decades of traveling to various developing economies, Ruchir Sharma provides insights into the most promising emerging markets and two dozen of the world's most interesting economies. The author reveals his rules for identifying the success stories and thus his perspective on which nations will survive and which will falter in the global scenario post the 2008 crisis.
Breakout Nations: in Pursuit of The Next Economic Miracles provides remarkable insights and arguments to the real scenario prevailing in the global economy. It also pin points the real situations hidden behind the blurred view of the unreasonable hype surrounding the breakout nations.