The Role of China and Southeast Asia in Africa’s Agricultural Transformation   Author: Seifudein Adem.
‘Land grabbing’ or harnessing of development potential in agriculture? East Asia's land-based investments in Africa   Author: Franklyn Lisk.
Chinese involvement in the Senegalese peanut trade : threat to local markets and processing industries   Author: Daouda Cisse.
New Development Encounters: China and Brazil in African Agriculture   Author: Ian Scoones, Lídia Cabral, Henry Tugendhat.
Agricultural development and food security in Africa : the impact of Chinese, Indian and Brazilian investments   Author: Fantu Cheru, Renu Modi.
Understanding China’s Agricultural Investments in Africa   Author: Helen Lei Sun.
Chinese debt, aid and trade : opportunity or threat for Zambia?   Author: .
Chinese Farms in Zambia: From Socialist to “Agro-Imperialist” Engagement?   Author: Yan Hairong, Barry Sautman.
Outsourcing's third wave   Author: A dream to build a new Zimbabwe   Author: Zhu Lixin.
A Madagascar, une société indienne compte louer près de 500 000 hectares   Author: Sébastien Hervieu.
China’s foreign farming policy: can land provide security?   Author: Duncan FREEMAN, Jonathan HOLSLAG, Steffi WEIL.
Chinese Rice Farming in Xai-Xai: A Case of Mozambican Agency?   Author: Chris Alden, Sérgio Chichava.
Land leased to secure crops for South Korea   Author: Javier Blas.
China and Mozambique: From Comrades to Capitalists   Author: Chris Alden, Sérgio Chichava.
Land Grabbing, Agribusiness and the Peasantry in Brazil and Mozambique   Author: Elizabeth Alice Clements, Bernardo Fernandes.
Transnational land deals for agriculture in the global south : analytical report based on the Land Matrix database   Author: W. Anseeuw, M. Boche, T. Breu, M. Giger, J. Lay, P. Messerli, K. Nolte.
Steadying the ladder: China's agricultural and rural development engagement in Africa   Author: Kevin Z. Chen, Shenggen Fan, Claire Hsu.
Land Grab in Kenya: Risks and Opportunities   Author: Emmanuel Yenshu Vubo, S. Ong'weng Okuro.
Environment, Agriculture and Cross-border Migrations   Author: Emmanuel Yenshu Vubo.
Will Africa Feed China?   Author: Deborah Brautigam.
Agriculture and Economic Development in Sub-Saharan Africa and Asia   Author: Massoud Karshenas.
Developmental state and agriculture for development: lessons for Ghana from East Asia   Author: Richard B. (Richard Blankson) Dadzie.
The Dragon's Gift: The Real Story of China in Africa   Author: Deborah Brautigam.
The Dragon's Gift: The Real Story of China in Africa- By Deborah Bräutigam   Author: B. Levy.
China's Engagement in African Agriculture: “Down to the Countryside”   Author: Deborah A. Bräutigam, Tang Xiaoyang.
Green Dreams: Myth and Reality in China’s Agricultural Investment in Africa   Author: Deborah Bräutigam, Haisen zhang.
China’s Green Revolution: Technology in West Africa   Author: Deborah Bräutigam.
Briefing Rumours and realities of Chinese agricultural engagement in Mozambique   Author: Deborah Brautigam, Sigrid-Marianella Stensrud Ekman.
An overview of Chinese agricultural and rural engagement in Tanzania   Author: Deborah Brautigam, Xiaoyang Tang.
Land Rights and Agricultural Development in West Africa: A Case Study of Two Chinese Projects   Author: Deborah Brautigam.
South-south technology transfer: The case of China's Kpatawee rice project in Liberia   Author: Deborah Brautigam.
Economic Development and the Traditional Sector: A Comparison of Japanese and African Experience   Author: Richard Grabowski.