Innovation

Emerging and developing markets are benefiting from trickle-up innovation 

An increasing number of products or services are now being brought to fruition in developing markets first. Image: REUTERS/Vivek Prakash

Mauro F. Guillén

Anthony L. Davis Director of The Lauder Institute, Dr. Felix Zandman Professor of International Management, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania

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