Curse or Cure? China, Africa, and the Effects of Unconditioned WealthBerkeley Journal of International Law (2008)
AbstractThis article argues that the behavior of many countries is affected by the manner in which they receive financial support. Using China's recent activities in Africa as a sort of natural experiment, I show that unconditioned wealth can produce negative social outcomes without leading to sustained economic growth.
- International Law,
- Law and Economics,
Citation InformationPatrick J. Keenan. "Curse or Cure? China, Africa, and the Effects of Unconditioned Wealth" Berkeley Journal of International Law (2008)
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