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BRIC economies

Sources for the research challenge

Economist (2009), BRICs, emerging markets and the world economy: Not just straw men, The Economist, Jun 18th

Economist (2011a), Comparing India and China: Chasing the dragon [chart], The Economist, Oct 3rd

Economist (2011b), Business in India: Building India Inc, The Economist, Oct 22nd

Economist (2011c), State capitalism in China: Of emperors and kings, The Economist, Nov 12th

Economist (2011d), Economics focus: Puns and punditry – How the BRICs were baked, The Economist, Dec 10th

Foulis, P (2011), Special report: Business in India: Adventures in capitalism, The Economist, Oct 22nd

Knowledge@Wharton (2011), The New BRICS on the Block: Which Emerging Markets Are Up and Coming ?, Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, Jan 19th

O’Neill, J (2001), Building Better Global Economic BRICs, Global Economics Paper No: 66, Goldman Sachs

Wilson, D and Purushothaman, R (2003), Dreaming With BRICs: The Path to 2050, Global Economics Paper No: 99, Goldman Sachs

Wilson, D and Stupnytska, A (2007), The N-11: More Than an Acronym, Global Economics Paper: 153, Goldman Sachs

Wilson, D et al (2011), The BRICs Remain in the Fast Lane, BRICs Monthly, 11/06 June 24th

Background

Goldman Sachs (2007), BRICS and beyond, Goldman Sachs Global Economics Group [collected articles]

IMF (2011), New Growth Drivers for Low-Income Countries: The Role of BRICs, Strategy, Policy, and Review Department – IMF, Jan 12th

Knowledge@Wharton (2010), Taking the ‘R’ out of BRIC: How the Economic Downturn Exposed Russia’s Weaknesses, Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, Feb 17th