Inequality

Emerging markets are more financially integrated than ever. This is what it means for the global economy

Since the mid-1990s, the share of emerging markets in global economic activity has risen dramatically. Image: © Lucas Jackson / Reuters;

Gaston Gelos

Chief, Global Financial Stability Division, IMF

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