This chapter summarises the main ideas from the book. One of these being that emerging economies are now becoming a more normalized asset class, as the frontier between OECD and emerging markets erodes. A paradox highlighted in this concluding chapter is the partial decoupling between financial and political cycles in emerging economies in comparison to an increased financial sensitivity to politics in developed economies.
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