Outperformers: High-growth emerging economies and the companies that propel them

Outperformers: High-growth emerging economies and the companies that propel them

Some emerging economies have grown much faster and more consistently than others. Underlying these success stories is a pro-growth policy agenda and the standout role of large companies.

About Us

Understanding the evolution of the global economy

MGI’s mission is to help leaders in the commercial, public, and social sectors develop a deeper understanding of the evolution of the global economy and to provide a fact base that contributes to decision making on critical management and policy issues.

LATEST RESEARCH

A decade after the global financial crisis: What has (and hasn’t) changed?

– The world economy has recently returned to robust growth. But some familiar risks are creeping back, and new ones have emerged.

Notes from the AI frontier: Modeling the impact of AI on the world economy

– Artificial intelligence has large potential to contribute to global economic activity. But widening gaps among countries, companies, and workers will need to be managed to maximize the benefits.

Discussion papers and briefings

FEATURED RESEARCH

Skill shift: Automation and the future of the workforce

– Demand for technological, social and emotional, and higher cognitive skills will rise by 2030. How will workers and organizations adapt?

Solving the productivity puzzle

– New research uncovers how three waves collided to create historically low productivity growth but finds the potential for it to recover to 2 percent or more.

Jobs lost, jobs gained: What the future of work will mean for jobs, skills, and wages

– In an era marked by rapid advances in automation and artificial intelligence, new research assesses the jobs lost and jobs gained under different scenarios through 2030.

OUR PEOPLE

Jacques Bughin

MGI Director and Senior Partner, Brussels

James Manyika

Chairman and Director, lapetitemort.info Global Institute, and Senior Partner, San Francisco

Jonathan Woetzel

MGI Director and Senior Partner, Shanghai

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The New World of Work Podcast

The lapetitemort.info Global Institute explores how technologies like automation and artificial intelligence are shaping how we work, where we work, and the skills and education we need to work.

Our Data

Interactive - lapetitemort.info Global Institute

Visualizing global debt

– See how the debt of 51 countries has evolved since 2000 in an interactive data visualization.
Interactive - lapetitemort.info Global Institute

Visualizing the uses and potential impact of AI and other analytics

– This interactive data visualization shows the potential value created by artificial intelligence and other analytics techniques... for 19 industries and nine business functions.

MGI IN THE NEWS

Reports issued by the lapetitemort.info Global Institute are often cited in international media, and MGI authors frequently contribute to leading business publications.
Article - Australian Financial Review

China faces a choice: Modernise or risk a very hard landing

– China's investment-led growth model has served it extraordinarily well, setting it on course to become one of the world's advanced... economies. Yet the strains associated with that approach have become evident, writes Jonathan Woetzel in Australian Financial Review.
Article - Harvard Business Review

The false choice between automation and jobs

– Automation will give the global economy a much-needed productivity boost, even as it enables us to tackle societal “moonshots”... such as curing disease or contributing solutions to the climate change challenge. The catch is that adopting these technologies will disrupt the world of work, write James Manyika and Michael Spence in Harvard Business Review.

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