The Belt and Road Podcast

Chinese Infrastructure Building and its Effects on Economic Development - A Case Study in Mozambique featuring Ulrikke Wethal

October 05, 2018 Episode 4
The Belt and Road Podcast
Chinese Infrastructure Building and its Effects on Economic Development - A Case Study in Mozambique featuring Ulrikke Wethal
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The Belt and Road Podcast
Chinese Infrastructure Building and its Effects on Economic Development - A Case Study in Mozambique featuring Ulrikke Wethal
Oct 05, 2018 Episode 4
Erik Myxter-iino
We discuss Chinese-Mozambique relations and why Chinese infrastructure development in the country hasn't led to long term economic development for the country
Show Notes

This episode features the dynamic researcher from the Centre for Development and the Environment at the University of Oslo - Ulrikke Wethal 

The topic of discussion comes from her latest article:

Beyond the China Factor: Challenges to backwards linkages in the Mozambican construction sector from the June 2018 edition of the Journal of Modern African Studies 

Recommendations: 

Ulrikke: 
1) Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies - China-Africa Research Initiative Data http://www.sais-cari.org/data/

2) Belt and Road Music Video https://qz.com/1382131/china-rips-id-like-to-buy-the-world-a-coke-for-belt-and-road-song/

Erik: 
1) IIED's new documentary short on Mr. Forest, a Chinese investor who is working to bring sustainable forest management to Mozambique 

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