Comparing the Effects of Chinese and Traditional Official Finance on State Repression and Public Demonstrations in Africa
Do foreign official finance flows from China and traditional Western sources vary in their effects on state repression and public demonstrations in Africa? While one study by Kishi and Raleigh asserts a distinct, statistically significant positive association between Chinese official finance and repression, no quantitative
comparative study has been conducted on the effects of Chinese and traditional official finance on public demonstrations in the form of protests and riots.
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Che, A.F. (2020) 'Comparing the Effects of Chinese and Traditional Official Finance on State Repression and Public Demonstrations in Africa', China Africa Research Initiative Policy Brief 51, Baltimore, MD: John Hopkins University
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