10/22/18Rule #1 for investing after the bridge: Don’t forget the survivors
04/19/18Breaking the bottlenecks. Infrastructure in 2018 looks broadly promising for investors
01/12/18How e-commerce is changing logistics and transportation systems
12/05/17A hitch-hiker’s guide to the new Silk Road
08/07/17Navigating the capacity conundrum with a mix of new roads, technologies and urban plans
06/05/17Street smarts for smart cities
11/29/16The coming Trump boom: sustainable infrastructure investment, or building Rome in a day?
03/03/16Learning from London
Christopher Emsden has worked as a journalist in Italy for two decades, for the Wall Street Journal, the Economist Intelligence Unit and other publications, focusing on the national government and corporate scene.
Trained as an anthropologist, he is especially interested in public policy issues regarding money, labor, tax and public investments from a cross-cultural perspective, including industrial nations along with developing ones.