Africa's Shadow Rise

China and the Mirage of African Economic Development

; Peter Kragelund ; Ricardo Reboredo

An in-depth analysis of the 'Africa rising' narrative and how the continent's fragile economic growth is largely tied to China's expansion. Les mer
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An in-depth analysis of the 'Africa rising' narrative and how the continent's fragile economic growth is largely tied to China's expansion.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

1. Africa Rising: Rhetoric or Reality?
2. Unpacking Sino-African Power Relations: Is Agency the Appropriate Analytical Lens?
3. China's Interests and Impacts in Southern Africa
4. Towards Convergence and Cooperation in the Global Development Finance Regime: The End of African Agency?
5. China's Impact on Local Economic Development: The Zambian Case
6. Resource-based Development via Local Content Policies? Institutional Impediments to Resource-led Development in Zambia
7. Debt Trap Diplomacy or Structural Transformation? The Belt and Road Initiative in Africa
Conclusion

Om forfatteren

Padraig Carmody teaches Geography at Trinity College Dublin, Ireland, where he directs the Masters in Development Practice and is a Senior Research Associate at the School of Tourism and Hospitality at the University of Johannesburg. His previous books include The New Scramble for Africa (2016), The Rise of the BRICS in Africa (Zed 2013).

Peter Kragelund is head of the Department of Social Sciences and Business, Roskilde University.

Ricardo Reboredo is a PhD candidate at Trinity College Dublin, Ireland His research interests include globalization, development, and Sino-African relations.