|Event Date||Tue Mar 30 EDT (over 1 year ago)|
In recent years, China has become a highly visible and talked about actor in Africa’s financial landscape. As the economic and political dimensions of China-Africa relations continue to grow and shift, how has Chinese lending to African nations changed over time? What was the state of Chinese lending to Africa prior to the COVID-19 pandemic and how is lending likely to shift in the post-pandemic era?
Director, China-Africa Research Initiative
Professor of Global Development Policy; Director, Global Development Policy Center, Boston University
Research Manager, China-Africa Research Initiative
Postdoctoral Fellow, Institute on Race and Political Economy, the New School
Senior Academic Researcher, Global Development Policy Center, Boston University