2015 SAIS-CARI Fellowship Program: Second Round Winners

December 3, 2015

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We are excited to announce the winners of the second round of the 2015 SAIS-CARI Fellowship Program.

SAIS-CARI Fellowships are awarded on a competitive basis or by invitation to researchers, policy-makers, or journalists who wish to spend a concentrated period of time (1 to 2 months) writing or doing field research on an under-explored policy issue related to China’s African engagement. Research projects will start between December 2015 and April 2016. The SAIS-CARI Fellows Program is supported by a grant from Carnegie Corporation of New York.

 

Wilmot Allen, Georgetown University

Jinghao Lu, Sino-Africa Centre of Excellence Foundation

Weiyi Wang, The World Bank Group

The East Africa Shift in Textile and Apparel Manufacturing: China-Africa Strategies, AGOA, and How Africa Wins

 

Lucy Baker, Science Policy Research Unit, the University of Sussex and Energy Research Centre, the University of Cape Town

Wei Shen, Institute of Development Studies, the University of Sussex

China’s Involvement in South Africa’s Renewable Energy Sector

 

Yanning Chen, Boston University

Safeguard Provisions in Chinese Financed Renewable Energy Projects in Ethiopia – Comparative Study of Gennalle Dawa III Hydropower Plant and Adama II Wind Farm

 

Sergio Chichava, Instituto de Estudos Sociais e Económicos (IESE), Mozambique

Shubo Li, Chr. Michelsens Institute, Norway

Unfulfilled Encounters between a Chinese Heavy Sands Mining Company and a Rural Mozambican Community in Angoche

 

Zhou Hang, Ecoles Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales

China and the United Kingdom in Uganda: Trilateral Development Cooperation

 

Hezron Makundi, University of Leuven (KU Leuven)

An Analysis of the Sino-Tanzania Agro-Technology Demonstration and Training Center in Dakawa

 

Zander Rounds, China House

Huang Hongxiang, China House

Chinese and American Labor Relations in Kenya: A Comparative Analysis

 

Alexander Wang, Shanghai International Studies University

David G. Landry, Johns Hopkins SAIS

A Re-Investigation of the Sicomines Resources-for-Infrastructure Deal between China and the Democratic Republic of Congo

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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