– February 1, 2011

Economic Bulletin

Vol. LI, no. 2 | February, 2011

At first glance, it seems inevitable that the People’s Republic will soon become the world’s largest economy. But a closer look reveals considerable obstacles.

by Craig J. Richardson, PhD, Visiting Research Fellow


Craig J. Richardson

Craig J. Richardson, is the Founding Director of the Center for the Study of Economic Mobility at Winston-Salem State University. He also was an AIER Visiting Research Fellow from 2005-2012.

He received his BA in economics  from Kenyon College and his PhD in economics from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

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