TTC - Will China and India Dominate the 21st-Century Global Economy (audio & video)
Economists predict that sometime in the 2030s, China's economy will surpass that of the United States—with India not far behind.
This enormous shift in the world's economy will provide a wealth of economic benefits for China and India. It will also force the United States to adapt to new changes in the global economy, raising many important questions:
What are the economic factors responsible for such rapid growth in these still relatively poor countries?
What are the economic challenges the United States will face in the wake of this trend?
What are the opportunities for American growth and prosperity in this new economic situation?
While the dominance of China and India in the new global economy may challenge American economic supremacy, there might also be plenty of opportunities for a bright economic future.
View this free video lecture between now and September 29, 2008, to discover what startling effects the rapid growth of these two countries may have on the economic future of the United States.
Will China and India Dominate the 21st-Century Global Economy? is delivered by award-winning Professor Lee Branstetter of Carnegie Mellon University. An associate professor of economics and public policy, Professor Branstetter received his Ph.D. from Harvard University. His teaching skills have earned him the Thomas Mayer Distinguished Teaching Award and a Harvard University Certification for Teaching Excellence. Professor Branstetter's award-winning research has been supported by the National Science Foundation.
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