Developing Economies

Developing economies are countries that display the earlier stages of a market system. Including China, India, the Philippines, they have fast growth rates and are helping propel the world economy. Because each one is different, econlife looks at examples of their businesses, consumers and governments.

Dutch Disease Strikes Mongolia

Just six years ago, Stephen Colbert told us that the Mongolian edition of Cosmopolitan was selling for 7,000 tugriks. He added that subscribers got half off the newsstand price and a free goat bladder…

China’s Very Mixed Economy

China’s social credit program is usually connected to social control. But I wonder if it’s also an economic system. Using information from “government blueprints, state-media reports…

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