Brazilian and Chinese Engagement

Brazilian and Chinese Engagement in African Agriculture

Parallel session, Monday, 2pm

Organiser: Alex Shankland, Future Agricultures – China and Brazil in African Agriculture project


Latest articles

China and Brazil in African Agriculture: the case of Zimbabwe (slides)
March 27, 2013 / Brazilian and Chinese Engagement
Langton MukwerezaResearch for Development Trust, Harare

Chinese and Brazilian Cooperation with African Agriculture The Case of Mozambique (slides)
March 27, 2013 / Brazilian and Chinese Engagement
Sergio ChichavaIESE (Instituto de Estudos Sociais e Económicos), Maputo

Negotiating new relationships: how the Ethiopian state is involving China and Brazil in agriculture
March 27, 2013 / Brazilian and Chinese Engagement
Negotiating new relationships: how the Ethiopian state is involving China and Brazil in agriculture and rural development (slides) Dawit AlemuEthiopian Agricultural Research Institute

China and Brazil in Ghanaian Agriculture (slides)
March 27, 2013 / Brazilian and Chinese Engagement
Kojo AmanorInstitute of African Studies, University of Ghana, Legon

South-South Cooperation in Context: Perspectives from Africa
March 11, 2013 / Brazilian and Chinese Engagement
FAC Working Paper 54Kojo Sebastian Amanor This paper examines how liberal economic reforms that permeated and transformed economies during the 1980s and 1990s, both in the emerging BRICS powers themselves as well as in Africa, mediate and influence the relationships

Narratives of China-Africa Cooperation for Agricultural Development: New Paradigms?
March 11, 2013 / Brazilian and Chinese Engagement
FAC Working Paper 53Lila Buckley Normal 0 false false false EN-GB X-NONE X-NONE MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 Current debate is still largely centred on China’s engagement with African agriculture as either a threat or an opportunity. Such debate will not be resolved without

Narratives of Brazil-Africa Cooperation for Agricultural Development: New Paradigms?
March 11, 2013 / Brazilian and Chinese Engagement
FAC Working Paper 51Lídia Cabral and Alex Shankland This paper summarises the findings of a scoping study on Brazilian development cooperation in agriculture in Africa. The study comprised, in the first instance, a review of the relevant literature and interviews

Chinese and Brazilian Cooperation with African Agriculture: The Case of Mozambique
March 11, 2013 / Brazilian and Chinese Engagement
FAC Working Paper 49 Sérgio Chichava, Jimena Duran, Lídia Cabral, Alex Shankland, Lila Buckley, Tang Lixia and Zhang Yue The purpose of this paper is to provide an account of the policies, narratives, operational modalities and underlying motivations of Brazilian

Chinese and Brazilian Cooperation with African Agriculture: The Case of Ghana
March 10, 2013 / Brazilian and Chinese Engagement
FAC Working Paper 52Kojo Amanor This paper explores the differences in Brazilian and Chinese investments in Ghana. It examines the extent to which the framework of South-South cooperation illuminates or masks these changing relationships and their political economy dimensions. The

Chinese and Brazilian Cooperation with African Agriculture: The Case of Ethiopia
March 10, 2013 / Brazilian and Chinese Engagement
FAC Working Paper 50Dawit Alemu The increased importance of South-South cooperation in rural and agricultural development, and especially the increased role of BRICS countries, has been debated in relation to international development assistance, specifically in terms of (i) the modalities