|DB in Liberia, Kpatawee Farm, 1983|
We are pleased to welcome an international group of experts from China, Mali, Mozambique, the Netherlands, the UK, South Africa, Spain, Uganda, France, and the US, presenting on a number of cases: Philippe Asanzi, Centre for Chinese Studies, Stellenbosch University (DRC and Mozambique), Deborah Brautigam, Johns Hopkins-SAIS (various), Lila Buckley, International Institute for Environment and Development, London (Senegal tbc), Xiaochen Chen (Tanzania) Sérgio Chichava, Instituto de Estudos Sociais e Económicos, (Mozambique), Solange Guo Chatelard, Max Plank Institute (Zambia), Jiao Yang, University of Florida (Ghana, Nigeria tbc), Josh Maiyo, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam (Uganda), Margaret Myers, Interamerican Dialogue (China in Latin America), Nama Ouattara, Université Paris-Sud (Mali), George Schoenveld, CIFOR (various), Xiaoyang Tang, Tsinghua University (Malawi), Henry Tugendhat, IDS-Sussex (various), Eckart Woertz, Barcelona Centre for International Affairs (Gulf States in Africa), Xiuli Xu, China Agriculture University (Tanzania), Jinyan Zhou, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (Angola), and others still to be confirmed.
- Life histories and/or narratives of Chinese agricultural investors’ experience
- Data and details: why did the land grab databases get it so wrong?
- Business Borderlands: China's overseas state-owned agribusiness
- The business model behind China’s agro-technology demonstration centers.
- Environmental and social impact of Chinese agricultural investments
- Subcontracting and the Chinese role in cotton value chains in Malawi
- The challenges of Chinese Agricultural Investments in Africa: An Institutional Analysis
- Comparisons with Chinese investment in Latin America and Gulf countries in Africa