China-Africa Relations: A Bibliography Addendum

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China-Africa Relations: A Bibliography Addendum


Shinn, David H., African Research & Documentation


This bibliography is an addendum to a longer one on China-Africa relations that appeared in African Research & Documentation, No. 108, 2008. It includes material identified since publication of the original bibliography on countries in both Sub-Saharan and North Africa, up to the end of 2010. As a result, some citations focus on the Middle East as they include information on Egypt and /or North Africa. The bibliography covers all aspects of the China- Africa relationship. It is not restricted to trade, aid, investment, and political ties that constitute so much of the writing on this subject in recent years. The citations are limited to English and French.

The vast majority of the entries deal with PRC-Africa relations after 1949. Many of the citations come from sources that are only available on-line. As this material on the web occasionally moves around or even disappears, I have included an access date for each web citation. Alphabetising for authors from the People's Republic of China and Ethiopia appear with family name first as is the custom in those countries. All other names have been alphabetised by surname, followed by the given name.

Abu Taleb, Hassan. (2008) "China and the Middle East: The Primacy of Economic Objectives," El-Syassa El-Dawliya, 174 (October). See at www.siyassa.org.eg/esiyassa/Index.asp?CurFN=malf2.htm&DID=9722. Accessed 1 April 2009.

Ademóla, Oyejide Titiloye, Abiodun-S. Bankole and Adeolu O. Adewuyi. (2009) "China-Africa Trade Relations: Insights from AERC Scoping Studies," European Journal of Development Research, 21 (4), pp. 485-505.

African Center for Economic Transformation. (2009) "Looking East A Policy Brief on Engaging China for African Policy-Makers," Vol. I: Positive Impacts and Key Challenges - with Recommendations (October). See at http://acetforaMca.org/site/wp-oentent/uploacîs/2009/10/lookmgeastv.l.pdf. Accessed 7 December 2009.

________ . (2009) "Looking East: A Guide to Engaging China for Africa's Policy-Makers," Vol. ?: Key Dimensions of Chinese Engagements in African Countries (November). See at http:/ /aeetforaMca.org/riW wp-oantent/uplrads/2009/05/to Accessed 7 December 2009.

African Development Bank. (2010) "Chinese Trade and Investment Activities in Africa," Policy Brief, 1 (4) (29 July). See at

www.afdb.org / fileadmin/ uploads / af db / Documents / Publications / 8Chineseo/o2uTrade%20%20Investment%20Activities°/o20in%20Africa%2029 Iuly.pdf. Accessed 29 October 2010 [Not available, 1 August 2011].

__________ . (2010) "The Chinese Stance on the Darfur Conflict," SAIIA Occasional Paper no. 67 (September). See at

www.saiia.org.za/images/stories/pubs/occasional papers /saia sop 67 ahmed 20100930.pdf. Accessed 30 September 2010.

Ajakaiye, Olusanya, et al. (2009) "China-Africa Economic Relations: Insights from AERC Scoping Studies," power point presentation at the African Economic Conference, UNECA, Addis Ababa, November 11-14. See at

w w w .af db * org / en /201 0-af rican-economic-conf erence-tunis-tunisianovember-1 0-12-201 0 / past-aeca / aec-2009 / papers / opportunities-andchallenges-of-chma-anica-econornic-relatioris-insights-from-aerc-scopingstudies/. Accessed 16 February 2010 [Not available, 1 August 2011].

__________ and Raphael Kaplinsky. (2009) "China in Africa: A Relationship in Transition," European Journal of Development Research, 21 (4), pp. 479-484.

__________, Raphael Kaplinsky, Mike Morris and Felix F. N'Zue. (2009) "Seizing Opportunities and Confronting the Challenges of China - Africa Investment Relations: Insights from AERC Scoping Studies," African Economic Research Consortium Policy Issues Paper no. 2 January), pp. 1-12.

Akinrinade, Sola and Olukoya Ogen. (2008) "Globalization and DeIndustrialization: South-South Neo-Liberalism and the Collapse of the Nigerian Textile Industry." Global South, 2 (2), pp. 159-170.

Alao, Abiodun. (2010) "Banking in Nigeria and Chinese Economic Diplomacy in Africa," SAIIA Occasional Paper no. …

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