Capital, Labor, and Productivity: Moyo on U.S. Economic Competitiveness

April 1, 2011

Capital, Labor, and Productivity: Moyo on U.S. Economic Competitiveness
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Dambisa Moyo, economist and author of "How the West Was Lost: Fifty Years of Economic Folly -- and the Stark Choices Ahead," shares her thoughts on U.S. economic leadership, China’s rise, and the developments in the Middle East with Isobel Coleman, director of CFR’s Civil Society, Markets, and Democracy Initiative.

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