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China and Africa : A New Paradigm of Global Business

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China and Africa : A New Paradigm of Global Business
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China and Africa
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A New Paradigm of Global Business
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Palgrave Macmillan Asian Business Series
China and Africa : A New Paradigm of Global Business
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China and Africa : A New Paradigm of Global Business
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  • Acknowledgement -- Contents -- Notes on Contributors -- List of Figures -- List of Tables -- 1: Introduction: The Global Shift in Economic Power to Asia and the Challenges of Africa's Industrialisation in the Twenty-First Century -- 1.1 Introduction -- 1.2 The Dilemma of South-South Cooperation and the Emergence of Newly Industrialising Countries in Asia -- 1.3 China's Global Game Change: From Emerging Economy to Global Player? -- 1.4 The Impediments of Africa's Industrialisation in the Twenty-First Century -- 1.5 Conclusion -- References -- Part I: Chinese Perspective in Africa -- 2: 'Safari Tour' and Zhou's Dream of Mao's Land in Africa -- 2.1 Introduction -- 2.2 From Pragmatic to Maoism Diplomacy -- 2.3 Safari Tour and End of Two Chinas Competition in Africa -- 2.4 Xi's New Diplomatic Paradigm on African -- 2.5 Conclusion -- References -- Several Quotations from These Internet News Archive Resources -- 3: From White Elephants to Flying Geese: China in Africa a New Model for Development or More of the Same -- 3.1 Introduction: Searching for New and Functioning Development Models -- 3.2 Background to Chinese Development Models -- 3.3 From Political to Economic Cooperation in Africa -- 3.3.1 The White Elephant Model -- 3.3.2 The Special Economic Zones Model -- 3.3.3 Development Hubs -- 3.3.4 The "Hong Kong Model" -- 3.3.5 The "Flying Geese" Model -- 3.3.6 The Land Lease Model -- 3.4 Chinese Development Policy in Africa -- 3.5 Conclusions -- References -- 4: Cyrildene Chinatown, Suburban Settlement, and Ethnic Economy in Post-Apartheid Johannesburg -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 Putting Cyrildene Chinatown in its Contexts -- 4.3 Cyrildene and the Making of an "Ethnoburban" Chinatown -- 4.4 Self-Governing Chinatown: Achievements and Challenges -- 4.5 Conclusion and a Note on Chinese Migration and Globalisation -- References
  • 5: China's Energy Diplomacy Towards Africa from the Perspective of Politics -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 Africa of China's Political Diplomacy -- 5.2.1 Africa Has a Strong Role in China's Political Diplomacy -- 5.2.2 Africa Is a Symbol of China's 'Independent Diplomacy' -- 5.2.3 The Important Role of Africa in China's National Unification Strategy -- 5.3 Africa in China's Economic Developing -- 5.4 Africa in China's Energy Needs -- 5.4.1 African Energy -- 5.4.2 African Energy in the Development of China's Economy -- 5.4.3 Non-economic Factors in China's African Energy Diplomacy -- 5.5 African Problems in the Development of China -- 5.6 Development of Relations of China with Africa Recently -- References -- Part II: Chinese Companies in Africa -- 6: The China Challenge: Cameroonians Between Discontent and Popular Admiration -- 6.1 Introduction -- 6.2 The Evolution of Sino-Cameroonian Cooperation -- 6.3 Chinese Investment in Cameroon -- 6.4 Cameroonian Perspectives on Chinese Investment -- 6.5 Chinese Migration to Cameroon -- 6.6 Private Chinese Commercial Activities -- 6.7 How Cameroonian Businesspeople Experience Chinese Competition -- 6.8 The Role of Migrant Diasporas for Their Home Societies -- 6.9 Conclusions -- References -- 7: The Economic Determinants of Chinese Foreign Direct Investment in Egypt -- 7.1 Introduction -- 7.2 Literature Review -- 7.2.1 The Classic Theory of FDI -- 7.2.2 Portfolio Theory -- 7.2.3 Market Size Hypothesis -- 7.2.4 Other Determinants of FDI -- 7.3 Methodology -- 7.4 Empirical Results -- 7.5 Conclusions -- References -- 8: Learning to Collaborate: The Case Study of a Chinese-Kenyan CSR Effort -- 8.1 Introduction -- 8.2 Project Background and Objectives -- 8.3 Project Design -- 8.4 Project Progress -- 8.5 Lessons Learned -- 8.6 Conclusion -- References
  • 9: China and Namibia: An All-Weather Friendship Investigated -- 9.1 Introduction -- 9.2 A History of Chinese-Namibian Relations -- 9.3 Diplomatic Activities Since 2006 -- 9.4 Chinese Economic Engagement -- 9.5 Assessing the Namibian-Chinese "All-{u00AD}Weather Friendship" -- 9.6 Concluding Remarks -- References -- 10: "Unequal Sino-African Relations": A Perspective from Africans in Guangzhou -- 10.1 Introduction -- 10.2 International Migration and International Relations -- 10.3 Methodology -- 10.4 Africans in Guangzhou -- 10.5 Africans' Imagination Before Coming to Guangzhou -- 10.6 Africans' Experience in Guangzhou: "Unequal Sino-African Relations" -- 10.7 Conclusion -- References -- 11: Conclusion: An Argument for a Development Paradigm in Africa That Reconciles the Washington Consensus with the Beijing Model -- 11.1 Introduction -- 11.2 Historical and Contemporary Perspectives -- 11.3 Reconciling Dominant Schools of Thought -- 11.4 Practical and Contemporary Implications -- 11.5 Concluding Remarks -- References -- Index
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