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Alden, C. (2007) China in Africa, Zed Book Edition

Alden, C. and Davies, M. (2006) A Profile of the Operations of Chinese Multinationals in Africa, South African Journal of International Affairs, 13(1), pp. 83-96

Alden, C., Large, D. and Soares de Oliveira, R. (eds.) (2008) China Returns to Africa- A Rising Power and a Continent Embrace, C. Hurst & Co publishers LTD

Biggeri, M. and Sanfilippo, M. (2009) Understanding China’s Move into Africa: An Empirical Analysis, Journal of Chinese Business and Economic Studies, 7(1), pp. 31-53

Boungou Bazika, J.C. (2008) Les relations économiques de la Chine avec la République du Congo, prepared for the AERC project on China-Africa economic relations

Broadman, H.G. (2007) Africa’s Silk Road- China and India’s new economic frontier, World Bank

Centre for Chinese Studies at Stellenbosch University (2007) China’s Interest and Activity in Africa’s Construction and Infrastructure Sectors, Department for International Development (DFID), UK

Chen, C., Chiu, P.C., Orr, R.J. and Goldstein, A. (2007) An Empirical Analysis of Chinese Construction Firms’ Entry into Africa, paper presented at the CRIOCM2007 International Symposium on Advancement of Construction Management and Real Estate, 8-13 August 2007, Sydney, Australia

Corkin, L. and Burke, C. (2006) China’s Interest and Activity in Africa’s Construction and Infrastructure Sectors, Centre for Chinese Studies (CCS) at Stellenbosch University

Corkin, L. (2008) AERC Scoping Exercise on China-Africa Relations- The Case of Angola, prepared for the AERC project on China-Africa economic relations

Davies, P. (2007) China and the End of Poverty in Africa- towards mutual benefit? Report produced by the Swedish development aid organization Diakonia in collaboration with European Network on Debt and Development (Eurodad)

Finger, K. M. (2008) Evolving wave of competition in the international market: Challenges for Africa through the rise of China and India, preliminary draft version

Geda, A. and Meskel, A. G. (2007), China and India Growth Surge: Is it a Curse of Blessing for Africa? The Case of Manufacturing Exports, Open University

Goldstein, A., Pinaud, N., Reisen, H. and Chen, X. (2006) The rise of China and India- What’s in it for Africa? (Development Center Studies- OECD)

Gottschalk, R. (2005) The Asian Drivers: financial flows into and out of Asia, and implications for developing countries, Paper prepared for the Asian Drivers Workshop, IDS 9-10 May 2005

Griffith-Jones, S. (2004) Asian Drivers: international financial and macro-economic implications globally and for developing countries, paper prepared for the First Asian Drivers’ workshop held in November 2004 at IDS, Sussex

GTZ (2008) China’s Engagement in Africa – Opportunity and Risks for Development, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Technische Zusammenarbeit (GTZ)

Guerrero, D.G. and Manji, F. (eds) (2008) China’s New Role in Africa and the South: A Search for a New Perspective. Nairobi, Oxford and Bangkok: Fahamu and Focus on the Global South

Herbst, J. and G. Mills (2009), Commodity Flux and China’s Africa Strategy, China Brief- The Jamestown Foundation, Volume IX, 2, January 22, 2009

Holslag, J., Geeraerts, G., Gorus, J. and Smis, S. (2007) Chinese Resources and Energy Policy in Sub-Saharan Africa, Report for the Development Committee of the European Parliament: Brussels

Institute of Development Studies (IDS) (2005), The Impact of Asian Drivers on the Developing World, Research Outline IDS

Jenkins, R., and Edwards, C. (2005) The Effect of China and India’s Growth and Trade Liberalisation on Poverty in Africa, Department for International Development (DFID)- United Kingdom

Kaplinsky, R. (2005) Revisiting the revisited terms of trade: will China make a difference?, Working paper, Institute of Development Studies,Sussex

Kaplinsky, R. (2008) China and the Terms of Trade: the Challenge to Development Strategy in SSA, paper prepared for the Conference on “Rise of China: Global Opportunities and Challenges”, Mount Holyoke, March 2008

Kaplinsky, R. and M. Morris (2006), The Asian Drivers and SSA; MFA Quota Removal and the Portents for African Industrialization?, Paper prepared for conference on Asian and other Drivers of change, st. Petersburg,18-19th 2006

Kaplinsky, R., and Messner, D. (2008), Introduction: the Impact of Asian Drivers on the Developing World, World Development 36, 2, pp.197-209

Kaplinsky, R., and Morris, M., (2008), Do the Asian Drivers Undermine Export-oriented Industrialization in SSA?, World Development 36, 2, pp.254-273

Kaplinsky, R. and Tijaja, J. (2008) Africa’s Cooperation with New and EmergingDevelopment Partners: Options for Africa’s Development, Open University International Development Centre Working Paper N. 5/October 2008

Kaplinsky, R., McCormick, D. and M. Morris (2006) The Impact of China on Sub Saharan Africa, Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex

Kragelund, P. (2008) Opening the Black Box of China-Africa Relations: the Magnitude and Composition of Chinese Investments in Zambia, presented at 12th EADI General Conference, Geneva 24-28 June 2008

Maglad, N.E.A. (2008) Scoping Study on Chinese Relations with Sudan, prepared for the AERC project on China-Africa economic relations

Morris, M. (2006) Globalization, China and Industrialization Strategies in Sub-Saharan Africa, in Jauch, H. and Traub-Merz, R (eds.), The Future of the Textile and Clothing Industry in Sub-Saharan Africa, Firedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, Bonn

Mwanawina, I. (2008) China-Africa Economic Relations: the case of Zambia, prepared for the AERC project on China-Africa economic relations

OECD (2008) China – Encouraging Responsible Business Conduct, OECD Investment Policy Review, Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development : Paris

Onjala, J. (2008) A Scoping Study on China-Africa Economic Relations: The case of Kenya, prepared for the AERC project on China-Africa economic relations

Reisen, H. (2007) Is China Actually Helping Improve Debt Sustainability in Africa?, G- 24 Policy Brief N. 9

Sautman, B.V. (2006) Friends and interests: China’s distinctive links with Africa, Center on China’s Transational Relations Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Working paper 12

Schmitz, H. (2006) The Rise of the East: what does it mean for Development Studies?, Paper for IDS40 Conference, 20-22 September 2006

Schmitz, H. and Messner, D. (2008) Poor and Powerful – the Rise of China and India and the Implications for Europe, Discussion Paper Deutsches Institut für Entwicklungspolitik N. 13/2008

Stevens, C. and Kennan, J., (2005), Opening the Package: the Asian Drivers and Poor- Country Trade, Institute of Development Studies, April 2005

Stevens, C. and Kennan, J., (2006) How to Identify the Trade Impact of China on Small Countries, IDS Bulletin, 27 (1), pp. 33- 42

Streifel, S. (2006) Impact of China and India on Global Commodity Markets Focus on Metals & Minerals and Petroleum, Development Prospects Group World Bank

Taylor, I. (2006) China’s oil diplomacy in Africa, International Affairs 82 (5), pp. 937-959

Tjonneland, E.N.; Brandtzaeg, B.; Kolas, A.; le Pere, G. (2006) China in Africa: implications for Norwegian foreign and development policies (Chr. Michelsen Institute (CMI), Norway)

Trinh, T., Voss, S. and Dyck, S. (2006) China’s Commodity Hunger- Implications for Africa and Latin America, Deutsche Bank Research- China Special

Tull, D.M. (2006) China’s Engagement in Africa: Scope, Significance and Consequences, Journal of Modern African Studies, 44 (3), pp. 459- 479

UNCTAD (2007). Asian Foreign Direct Investment in Africa- Towards a New Era of Cooperation among Developing Countries. New York and Geneva: United Nations.

Van de Looy, J. (2006) Africa and China: A strategic partnership?, ASC Working paper, 67

Wang, J.Y. (2007) What Drives China’s Growing Role in Africa?, IMF Working Paper N. 07/211

World Bank (2004) Patterns of Africa-Asia Trade and Investments- Potential for Ownership and Partnership (The World Bank Study on Africa-Asia Trade and Investment Relations)

World Bank (2008) Building Bridges- China’s Growing Role as Infrastructure Financier for Africa, Trends and Policy Option – Infrastructure N. 5

Zafar, A. (2007) The Growing Relationship between China ad Sub- Saharan Africa: Macroeconomic, Trade, Investment, and Aid Links, The World Bank Research Observer, 22 (1), pp. 103- 130