Initially bringing together PhD students and early-career researchers exploring the role of rising powers in international development from across IDS and the University of Sussex, the Rising Powers-Young Researchers Network seeks to expand within Centre for Rising Powers and Global Development global networks.
Showing 1–10 of 10 results
Content is filtered by:
China’s interactions with the Global South have been the subject of much attention and study from both inside and outside the country. Yet issues of gender and sexuality have been largely ignored. What are the gender and sexuality impacts of China’s foreign investment, and are they any better or worse than those of other countries?
Launching "BRICS and International Development" book at the inaugural conference of the Global Research Consortium on Economic Structural Transformation in Beijing.
The Chinese One Belt One Road (OBOR) project was initiated by President Xi Jinping in March 2015. It aims to connect East Asia and Europe via a Silk Road Economic Belt and the 21st Century Maritime Silk Road. The ultimate goal is to facilitate trade and investment in Eurasia and promote economic growth.
Richard Manning, Chair of CRPD's Advisory Council, will share his insights into two key topics: 'Trends, Transformation and Challenges in International Development Co-operation' and 'The BRICS in International Development – a New Assessment'.
Based on a new JICA Research Institute Working Paper (No. 131), this lecture aims to present updated estimates of China's foreign aid between 2001 and 2014 as a proxy for China’s Official Development Assistance (ODA) as defined by the OECD-DAC, and to compare the results with the ODA of other DAC members. An estimation process is introduced which has been modified from the one proposed in the previous work.
The Chinese economy sits on a strategic yet worrying turning point from the high speed booming to a slower growth, which is conceptualized by the officials as the 'New Normal'. Dr Lu's presentation aims to reveal how to understand the elusive yet vital concepts coined by the Chinese government and their underlying implications to China and the World.
In the run-up to the 8th BRICS Summit, hosted by India on 15-16 October 2016, the Centre for Rising Powers and Global Development (CRPD) joined the Research and Information System for Developing Countries (RIS), the Observer Research Foundation, and other partners in the organization of the Indian Think-Tank Dialogue on Rising Powers in conjunction with the BRICS Academic Forum.
The book is launched on the eve of the 8th BRICS Summit. It offers a comprehensive comparative perspective on the increasingly significant development cooperation activities of the BRICS.
China–UK–Africa Trilateral Cooperation on Trade and Investment: Prospects and Challenges for Partnership for Africa’s Development
Published by: IDS
This study was conducted in the context of the China–UK Cooperation on African Trade and Investment for Poverty Reduction. It focuses on the evolution of bilateral relations between China and the UK towards trilateral relations with Africa and on building a framework for future cooperation.