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The authors set out to empirically test the degree of Chinese investments in Africa by systematically examining the explanatory value of existing theoretical motivations for foreign direct investment (FDI) for the period of 2003–2009. All else equal, the authors find that African countries enjoy...
The authors examine differences in the internationalization motives, entry approach, local embeddedness, and performance outcomes of Chinese state-owned enterprises and Chinese privately owned enterprises operating in Africa. The authors’ conceptual model explains these differences in light of...
The authors discuss the strategic entry of Chinese private enterprises (PEs) into Africa by analyzing their characteristics of host distribution and overseas companies’ function and type. They find that Chinese PEs tend to invest in countries where Chinese investment has already concentrated,...
The author contributes to related literature by analyzing how economic growth in Sub-Saharan Africa is affected by the growing dependency on capital goods from China. The author finds robust evidence in support of the hypothesis that capital goods from China are an important technology transfer...
The authors examine the trade flow between China and Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) with the use of the gravity model. The authors examine the impact that variables such as gross domestic product (GDP), distance, foreign direct investment (FDI), inflation, exchange rate, and GDP per capita have on...
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