The project looks at the changing role of state and non-government actors in providing social services in China’s rapidly evolving welfare regime, and aims to promote mutual learning between officials and researchers in China and the UK. Despite historical, social and institutional differences, there is a degree of similarity in strategies emerging.
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Strengthening the Capacity of the International Poverty Reduction Center in China for South-South Cooperation
This project, funded by the Chinese Government's Ministry Of Commerce, is aimed at addressing how IDA is given to developing countries (particularly Africa) and if there are ways of improving China's development assistance to create opportunities for independent development.
This research investigates the linkages between good urban governance, climate adaptation and resilience, and poverty and sustainable development concerns. It develops and tests an analytical framework for urban adaptation governance ten Asian cities.
Based on extensive fieldwork interviews in China and Africa, this project examines the role of Chinese private enterprises in Africa.