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China’s African infrastructure projects: a tool in reshaping global norms
R. du Plessis / South African Institute of International Affairs 2016
The resilience of China’s investments in African infrastructure has been called into question in the light of its own economic slowdown. The substantial reduction in Chinese demand for African commodities has resulted in ...
Accelerating energy efficiency: initiatives and opportunities
Copenhagen Centre on Energy Efficiency 2015
Latin American and Caribbean (LAC) countries face an urgent need to advance economic develo p- ment and social welfare by enabling progress in priority areas such as health , education and infrastructure. If we add to these needs vuln...
Rainbow at risk: improving South Africa's prospects
J. Cilliers; C. Aucoin / Institute for Security Studies 2016
South Africa needs to build an inclusive economy where broad-based economic growth creates productive jobs for the unemployed; increases productivity and earnings for the employed; and leads to sustained poverty alleviation....
Public Private Partnership in infrastructure: A comparison between India and China
X. Luo / BRICS Information Sharing and Exchange Platform 2016
Both India and China have been promoting Public Private Partnership in delivering infrastructure in various sectors. This paper examines their current infrastructure condition both in terms of quality and investment and therefore unde...
Paving the road ahead - China-Africa co-operation in the infrastructure sector
Centre for Chinese Studies, University of Stellenbosch 2016
China has launched a number of initiatives regarding infrastructural development globally, with a specific focus on scaling up infrastructure throughout the African continent. The BRICS New Development Bank and Chinese infrastructure ...
Deconstructing India's position on the Trade in Services Agreement
K. Kaszubska / Observer Research Foundation, New Delhi 2016
Since the advent of the World Trade Organization (WTO) over two decades ago, international trade in services has undergone significant transformation, rendering the current regime obsolete. In light of the long-drawn Doha round of WTO...
Services trade policy and manufacturing productivity: the role of institutions
C. Beverelli; M. Fiorini; B. Hoekman / Economic Research Forum, Egypt 2016
Increasing productivity is an essential feature of economic growth and development. A large fraction of productivity growth originates in the manufacturing sector and depends, among others, on the availability of high-quality upstream...
E - Commerce in Bangladesh
A.S. Ishtiaque; A. Sarwar / University of Liberal Arts, Bangladesh 2016
Electronic commerce or e-commerce, as it is more popularly referred to, is defined as any form of trade or exchange of goods, services and information using electronic means. Globally, the application of e-commerce has been rapidly ga...
India Africa partnership in health care: accomplishments and prospects
Research and Information System for Developing Countries 2015
The health sector assumes special importance in India-Africa development cooperation. It is the major component of the broad-ranging collaborative effort envisaged under the rubric of India-Africa cooperation in social development and...
Is LandBank EO138 ready?
Philippine Institute for Development Studies 2000
The recent reforms and development in the financial market necessitate the reexamination of the role of Land Bank of the Philippines. This issue argues that LBP should focus on its development function and give up its commercial and i...
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China’s African infrastructure projects: a tool in reshaping global norms
R. du Plessis / South African Institute of International Affairs 2016
The resilience of China’s investments in African infrastructure has been called into question in the light of its own economic slowdown. The substantial reduction in Chinese demand for African commodities has resulted in ...
Accelerating energy efficiency: initiatives and opportunities
Copenhagen Centre on Energy Efficiency 2015
Latin American and Caribbean (LAC) countries face an urgent need to advance economic develo p- ment and social welfare by enabling progress in priority areas such as health , education and infrastructure. If we add to these needs vuln...
Rainbow at risk: improving South Africa's prospects
J. Cilliers; C. Aucoin / Institute for Security Studies 2016
South Africa needs to build an inclusive economy where broad-based economic growth creates productive jobs for the unemployed; increases productivity and earnings for the employed; and leads to sustained poverty alleviation....
Public Private Partnership in infrastructure: A comparison between India and China
X. Luo / BRICS Information Sharing and Exchange Platform 2016
Both India and China have been promoting Public Private Partnership in delivering infrastructure in various sectors. This paper examines their current infrastructure condition both in terms of quality and investment and therefore unde...
Paving the road ahead - China-Africa co-operation in the infrastructure sector
Centre for Chinese Studies, University of Stellenbosch 2016
China has launched a number of initiatives regarding infrastructural development globally, with a specific focus on scaling up infrastructure throughout the African continent. The BRICS New Development Bank and Chinese infrastructure ...
Deconstructing India's position on the Trade in Services Agreement
K. Kaszubska / Observer Research Foundation, New Delhi 2016
Since the advent of the World Trade Organization (WTO) over two decades ago, international trade in services has undergone significant transformation, rendering the current regime obsolete. In light of the long-drawn Doha round of WTO...
Services trade policy and manufacturing productivity: the role of institutions
C. Beverelli; M. Fiorini; B. Hoekman / Economic Research Forum, Egypt 2016
Increasing productivity is an essential feature of economic growth and development. A large fraction of productivity growth originates in the manufacturing sector and depends, among others, on the availability of high-quality upstream...
E - Commerce in Bangladesh
A.S. Ishtiaque; A. Sarwar / University of Liberal Arts, Bangladesh 2016
Electronic commerce or e-commerce, as it is more popularly referred to, is defined as any form of trade or exchange of goods, services and information using electronic means. Globally, the application of e-commerce has been rapidly ga...
India Africa partnership in health care: accomplishments and prospects
Research and Information System for Developing Countries 2015
The health sector assumes special importance in India-Africa development cooperation. It is the major component of the broad-ranging collaborative effort envisaged under the rubric of India-Africa cooperation in social development and...
Is LandBank EO138 ready?
Philippine Institute for Development Studies 2000
The recent reforms and development in the financial market necessitate the reexamination of the role of Land Bank of the Philippines. This issue argues that LBP should focus on its development function and give up its commercial and i...
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SAIS China Africa Research Initiative
The China Africa Research Initiative (CARI) is based at the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies. It works in promoting research, conducting evidence-based analysis, fostering collaboration, and training future leaders to better understand the economic and political dimensions of China-Africa relations and their implications for human security and global development.
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