Monday, March 11, 2013

China, Brazil, Africa and Agriculture

The China and Brazil in African Agriculture (CBAA) project has just published a set of seven working papers that analyze new patterns of development cooperation in Ethiopia, Ghana, Mozambique, and Zimbabwe.  The papers examine how Chinese and Brazilian understandings of agricultural development are translated into aid and investment projects.

The papers include:
--South-South Cooperation in Context: Perspectives from Africa
--Narratives of Brazil-Africa Cooperation for Agricultural Development: New Paradigms?
--Narratives of China-Africa Coopetation for Agricultural Development: New Paradigms?
--Chinese and Brazilian Cooperation with African Agriculture: The Case of Ghana
--Chinese and Brazilian Cooperation with African Agriculture: The Case of Mozambique
--Chinese and Brazilian Cooperation with African Agriculture: The Case of Ethiopia
--Chinese and Brazilian Cooperation with African Agriculture: The Case of Zimbabe

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