Key Charts - Size and Structure

Passing the Ball: From Developed Market Economies to Emerging Market Economies
  • The rise of China, India, and Brazil has contributed to the gradual shift in power from Developed Market Economies (DMEs) to Emerging Market Economies (EMEs). As a developed economy, Japan has taken a major hit in all categories, which has shifted Asia’s economic dynamics and is significantly changing its investment landscape.
  • EMEs have better resources and much stronger balance sheets, along with vast, young workforces. These factors along with others that the bolster EME growth potential promise to transform the global economy going forward.

    Read corresponding blog entry.

Sources:

SMEs share in economy: The 1993 data are from Barth, Nolle, and Rice (1997a); the 2013 data are from Bank for International Settlements, IMF World Economic Outlook, Bloomberg, Milken Institute.

EMEs share in GDP: IMF World Economic Outlook, Milken Institute.

Passing the Ball: From Developed Market Economies to Emerging Market Economies

China Sneezes and the World Catches Cold
Deposits, Confidence Seep Out of Greek Banks
Asia Offshore Borrowing
Spain Looks to Fix its Real Estate Lending
Community Banks: Defying the Trend
U.S. Banks Squeezed by Interest Rate Disparity
Latin America’s Position in Global Leverage
Breaking Tradition: Euro Area Moves Toward Bonds
A Snapshot of Chinese Debt
Global Banking | Key Charts | Passing%20the%20Ball%3A%20From%20Developed%20Market%20Economies%20to%20Emerging%20Market%20Economies