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South-south Cooperation and Chinese Foreign Aid, edited by Meibo Huang, Xiuli Xu, Xiaojing Mao

This book is a collection of 15 case studies on China’s foreign aid and economic cooperation with developing countries. Each case introduces the general information of a China’s project, analyzes its features and impacts, and especially focuses on analysis of the characteristics of China’s foreign aid under South-South Cooperation framework, which shows the differences of foreign aid by emerging economies from that by traditional donors in aid ideology, principles, practices, and effects. This book is one of the research projects by China International Development Research Network (CIDRN), as part of its contribution to the activities under the Network of Southern Think-tanks (NeST). Meibo Huang is Director and Professor in International Development Cooperation Academy of Shanghai University of International Business and Economics. She is a deputy Secretary General of the China Society of World Economics and a key member of the China International Development Research Network (CIDRN). Dr. Huang’s current research focuses on Chinese development cooperation, Chinese development financing and Chinese trade and investment in Africa. Xiuli Xu is Professor and Deputy Dean of China Institute for South-South Cooperation in Agriculture (CISSCA)/ China Belt and Road Institute for Agricultural Cooperation (BRIAC) at China Agricultural University. She is a key member of China International Development Research Network (CIDRN) . Her main research interests are China’s overseas investment and foreign aid, evolution of development thinking, and developmental state building. She is the initiator of the public knowledge platform: IDT (International Development Times), which disseminates frontier debates about development studies in China. Xiaojing Mao is a senior research fellow and Deputy Director of the Institute of International Development Cooperation, CAITEC, the think-tank affiliate to the Ministry of Commerce of China. Her research focuses on international development cooperation and China’s foreign aid policies. She has participated in many important aid policy studies entrusted by the Ministry of Commerce, including White Papers on China’s Foreign Aid and on China’s Mid- and Long-term Country Programs
Table Of Contents
1. Introduction: South–South cooperation and Chinese foreign aid -- 2. Development and characteristics of China’s foreign aid: the Tanzania–Zambia Railway -- 3. A landmark in China–Africa friendship: the China-aided African Union Conference Center -- 4. From micro-analysis to macro-perspective of China’s foreign aid: Madagascar’s General Hospital project -- 5. Chinese foreign humanitarian assistance: Myanmar’s 2015 floods -- 6. China’s aid to Africa’s fight against Ebola -- 7. A blend of “hard” and “soft” assistance: China’s aid to Cambodia -- 8. Technology and knowledge transfer: a case study of China’s Agricultural Technology Demonstration Center in the United Republic of Tanzania -- 9. Peer-to-peer sharing in South–South cooperation: from Village-based Learning Center to China–Tanzania Joint Learning Center -- 10. China’s agricultural technical cooperation: a case study on juncao aid projects in Papua New Guinea and Fiji -- 11. The China–Uganda South–South cooperation project under FAO’s Food Security Framework -- 12. Agricultural trilateral cooperation: a case study of the FAO + China + host country model -- 13. The innovative aid mode of agriculture going global to promote investment: CGCOC and Jiangxi Ganliang -- 14. “Aid + investment”: the sustainable development approach of China’s agricultural aid project in Mozambique -- 15. China’s South–South development cooperation in practice: China and Ethiopia’s industrial parks -- 16. Construction of the Zambia–China Economic and Trade Cooperation Zone and South–South cooperation
Literary Form
non fiction
1st ed. 2019.
Physical Description
1 online resource (290 pages)
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