Impact of Chinese Economic Dynamism on Poverty in Developing Countries

Working with the UK Department for International Development’s Beijing Office, four agenda-setting papers have been prepared identifying the major issues raised by China’s rapid growth for developing countries in three regions – Sub Saharan Africa, Asia and Latin America. The fourth paper reviews the major issues arising from China’s participation in institutions of global governance.

The agenda-setting papers addressed primary direct and indirect impacts, knowledge-gaps and major challenges to policy allowing opportunities to be maximised and threats to be minimised.

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John Humphrey

Professorial Fellow

Project details

start date
1 February 2006
end date
31 March 2006


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