Dr. Albert Keidel

Former Senior Associate
China Program
Keidel served as acting director and deputy director for the Office of East Asian Nations at the U.S. Department of the Treasury. Before joining Treasury in 2001, he covered economic trends, system reforms, poverty, and country risk as a senior economist in the World Bank office in Beijing.
Education

B.A., Princeton University; Ph.D., Harvard University; Post-doctoral fellow, Faculty of Economics, Tokyo National University

Languages
  • French
  • German
  • Japanese
  • Mandarin Chinese

This person is no longer with the Carnegie Endowment.

Albert Keidel joined the Carnegie Endowment in September 2004, after serving as acting director and deputy director for the Office of East Asian Nations at the U.S. Department of the Treasury. His work at the Endowment focuses on issues relating to China’s economic system reforms, macroeconomy, regional development, and poverty reduction strategy.

Before joining Treasury in 2001, he covered economic trends, system reforms, poverty, and country risk as a senior economist in the World Bank office in Beijing. Keidel has worked in China, Japan, and Korea and taught graduate economics courses on China, Japan, and economic development. He currently teaches a Georgetown University graduate course on China’s economy.

Featured Publication:
"China’s Economic Rise—Fact and Fiction," Carnegie Policy Brief (July 2008)
"China’s Economic Rise—Fact and Fiction," Technical Note (July 2008)

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