How Can Micro and Small Enterprises in Sub-Saharan Africa Become More Productive? The Impacts of Experimental Basic Managerial Training   Author: Yukichi Mano, Alhassan Iddrisu, Yutaka Yoshino, Tetsushi Sonobe.
Ghana, China, and the Politics of Energy   Author: Stephanie Rupp.
Sino-African Encounters in Ghana and Nigeria: From Conflict to Conviviality and Mutual Benefit   Author: Ben Lampert, Giles Mohan.
Chinese Adaptations: African Agency, Fragmented Community and Social Capital Creation in Ghana   Author: Katy N. Lam.
Africa's new oil: power, pipelines and future fortunes   Author: Celeste Hicks, International African Institute, Royal African Society, World Peace Foundation.
Making borders engaging the threat of Chinese textiles in Ghana   Author: Linn Axelsson.
China in Ghana: Easing the Shift from Aid Dependency to Oil Economy?   Author: Giles Mohan.
China - Africa Relations: A Case Study of Ghana   Author: Dela Tsikata, Ama Fenny, Ernest Aryeetey.
Orders of trade: regulating Accra's Makola market   Author: Jan Beek, Alena Thiel.
Spreading its wings: the Open University Malaysia is venturing out into Ghana and Vietnam   Author: .
India and West Africa: a burgeoning relationship   Author: Sushant K. Singh.
Redefining ‘Aid’ in the China–Africa Context   Author: May Tan‐Mullins, Giles Mohan, Marcus Power.
Close encounters between Africa and Asia : Ghana's look east policy and the making of Malaysia's overseas investors   Author: E. S. Ansah.
China's Success Story and Its Relevance to Africa   Author: Sun Baohong.
China, architecture and Ghana’s spaces: Concrete signs of a soft Chinese imperium?   Author: Lloyd G. Adu Amoah.
Accra, Africa and China's soft power ambitions   Author: Lloyd Amoah.
Workforce Localization among Chinese State-Owned Enterprises (SOEs) in Ghana   Author: Antoine Kernen, Katy N. Lam.
L'inévitable « localisation » : les entreprises publiques chinoises de la construction au Ghana, Unavoidable localization : Chinese state-owned construction enterprises in Ghana   Author: Katy N. Lam, Jean-Nicolas Bach.
Chinese Traders in Ghana: The Liminality Trap, and Challenges for Ethnic Formation and Integration   Author: Min Zhou, Karsten Giese.
The vulnerable other – distorted equity in Chinese–Ghanaian employment relations   Author: Karsten Giese, Alena Thiel.
Same-Same But Different: Chinese Traders’ Perspectives on African Labor   Author: Karsten Giese.
When Voicelessness Meets Speechlessness – Struggling for Equity in Chinese-Ghanaian Employment Relations   Author: Karsten Giese, Alena Thiel.
Chinese factor in the space, place and agency of female head porters in urban Ghana   Author: Karsten Giese, Alena Thiel.
The psychological contract in Chinese-African informal labor relations   Author: Karsten Giese, Alena Thiel.
Demystifying Chinese business strength in urban Senegal and Ghana: structural change and the performativity of rumours   Author: Laurence Marfaing, Alena Thiel.
Ressentiments gegen chinesische Händler in Ghana und Senegal   Author: Laurence Marfaing, Alena Thiel.
Chinese Commodity Imports in Ghana and Senegal: Demystifying Chinese Business Strength in Urban West Africa   Author: Laurence Marfaing, Alena Thiel.
Global and Local Dynamics in African Business and Development   Author: Simon Sigué.
Chinese Participation in Ghana's Informal Gold Mining Economy: Drivers, Implications and Clarifications   Author: Gavin Hilson, Abigail Hilson, Eunice Adu-Darko.
Export Performance in Africa and Asia's Manufacturing: Evidence from Firm‐level Data   Author: Albert Zeufack.
From Adjustment to Growth in Sub-Saharan Africa: the Lessons of East Asian Experience Applied to Ghana   Author: Ajay Chhibber, Chad Leechor.
Developmental state and agriculture for development: lessons for Ghana from East Asia   Author: Richard B. (Richard Blankson) Dadzie.
Exploiting Africa: The Influence of Maoist China in Algeria, Ghana, and Tanzania   Author: Donovan C. Chau.
Negotiating China: Reinserting African agency into China–Africa relations   Author: Giles Mohan, Ben Lampert.
China in Africa: A Review Essay   Author: Giles Mohan.
Thoughts on the significance of Meiji Japan's experience of modern development for the future education in Ghana-Africa   Author: B. Assuon.
Ghana and South Korea: Explaining Development Disparities   Author: Herbert H. Werlin.