An emerging market Economy (EME) is defined as an economy with low to middle per capita income. Such countries constitute approximately 80% of the global population, and represent about 20% of the world's economies. The term was coined in 1981 by Antoine W. Van Agtmael of the International Finance Corporation of the World Bank.
Related Journals of Emerging Markets Economy
Global Economics,Business & Financial Affairs,Arabian Journal of Business and Management Review, Business and Economics Journal,Review of Public Administration and Management,Journal of Interactive Marketing, Journal of International Marketing, Journal of Corporate Finance, Business Strategy and the Environment, International Journal of Project Management, Asia Pacific Journal of Management, International Public Management Journal, International Small Business Journal.