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Abstract The study critically examines the pattern of African economic engagement with China and the emerging South. The emerging pattern of trade and finance in this engagement is in the course of sustaining the problem of trading in primary commodities in Africa. Thus, this engagement is found...
Abstract This paper provides a preliminary analysis of the nature of Chinese manufacturing investments in Africa, focusing predominantly on four countries – Ethiopia, Ghana, Nigeria, and Tanzania – but also including examples as illustrations from other countries, when appropriate. Drawing on...
Abstract China’s economic development has been miraculous since the transition from a planned economy to a market economy in 1979. This article provides answers to five related questions: Why was it possible for China to achieve such extraordinary performance during its transition? Why was China...
The African Economic Research Consortium (AERC)’s mission is to strengthen local capacity for conducting independent, rigorous inquiry into the problems facing economies in sub-Saharan Africa, and to promote evidence-based economic policy. Three pillars—research, collaborative graduate training...
Abstract Despite various attempts since independence and the growing economic engagement between China and Africa in the last two decades, structural transformation in Africa has remained elusive. In the last six decades, and unlike China and East Asian countries, African countries failed to...
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