La Banque mondiale, la Chine et l'Afrique

Les pages de la Banque mondiale réservées à décrire Experience-Sharing Program on Development Between China and Africa offrent l'accès à une vidéo et à une bibliographie.

Alemayehu Geda, 2006, The Impact of China and India on Africa: Trade, FDI and the African Manufacturing Sector Issues and Challenges, AERC Asian Driver Working Paper No. ADWP_03

Andrea Goldsein, N. Pinaud, H. Reisen and X. Chen, 2006, The Rise of China and India, What’s in it for Africa? OECD Publishing

Anshan Li, 2007, China and Africa: Policies and Challenges, China Security Vol.3,No.3 Summer 2007

Bates Gill, Chin-hao Huang & J. StephenMorrison, 2007, Assessing China's Growing Influence in Africa, China Security Vol.3,No.3 Summer 2007

Denis M. Tull, 2006, China's Engagement in Africa: Scope, Significance and Consequences, Journal of Modern African Studies 44(3): 459-479

Erica S. Downs, 2007, The Fact and Fiction of Sino-African Energy Relations, China Security Vol.3,No.3 Summer 2007

Ernest Bamou, Adeola Adenikinju, 2006, Evaluating Asian Drivers Impacts on Sub-Saharan Africa Oil and Gas industries: A Methodological Framework, AERC Asian Driver Working Paper No. ADWP_02

Harry G. Broadman et al. 2007, Africa's Silk Road- China and India's New Economic Frontier, World Bank, Washington DC

He Wenping , 2007, The Balancing Act of China's Africa Policy, China Security Vol.3,No.3 Summer 2007

Jianye Wang, 2007, What Drives China’s Growing Role in Africa? IMF Working Paper WP/07/211

Martyn Davies, Hannah Edinger, Nastasya Tay and Sanusha Naidu, 2008, How China delivers development assistance to Africa, Centre for Chinese Studies, University of Stellenbosch

Olu Ajakaiye, 2006, China and Africa – Opportunities and Challenges, AERC Scoping Studies on China-Africa Economic Relations Paper No. SSC_01

World Bank, 2004, Patterns of Africa-Asia Trade and Investment: Potentials and Ownership, World Bank, Washington DC