- Eloquent & informed thinkers about the geopolitics of emerging markets.
- Dead Aid: Why Aid Is Not Working and How There Is a Better Way for Africa
- Is Foreign Aid a Bad Thing?
- Business & financial groups concerned with the risks and rewards of investing in emerging markets
- Policy decisions have left the economic seesaw poised to tip away from the Western industrialized economies and toward the emerging world.
Dambisa Moyo, Ph.D., (economics) is one of our most eloquent and informed thinkers about the geopolitics of emerging markets.
Born and raised in Zambia, Southern Africa, Moyo was a global economist at Goldman Sachs, focusing on the debt capital markets and global macroeconomics and worked at the World Bank.
A member of Cambridge University’s Centre for International Business and Management and the Royal Institute of International Affairs, Ms. Moyo was recently nominated to the World Economic Forum’s Young Global Leaders Forum.
Dead Aid which argues against aid to Africa, and argues for more innovative ways for Africa to finance development including trade with China, accessing the capital markets, and microfinance.
She appears frequently as a commentator and quoted expert in US and international media, including the Wall Street Journal, the Financial Times, NPR, Time, the Charlie Rose Show, Newsweek, and Bloomburg.
DAMBISA MOYO was named by Time Magazine as one of the “100 Most Influential People in the World,” and is an international economist whose unique background makes her one of the world’s leading experts in emerging markets.
Books by Dambisa Moyo, Ph.D.
- Dead Aid:Why Aid is Not Working and How There is a Better Way for Africa
- How the West was Lost: Fifty Years of Economic Folly-and The Stark Choices Ahead