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研究生:菲比
研究生(外文):Mokgadi Phoebe Ramaloko
論文名稱:在非洲的中國經濟特區
論文名稱(外文):Chinese Special Economic Zones in Africa; The Case of Ethiopia and Zambia
指導教授:林德昌 老師
指導教授(外文):Teh Chang Lin
學位類別:碩士
校院名稱:國立中山大學
系所名稱:亞太事務英語碩士學位學程
學門:社會及行為科學學門
學類:國際事務學類
論文種類:學術論文
論文出版年:2018
畢業學年度:106
語文別:英文
論文頁數:121
中文關鍵詞:中國資助結構轉型經濟特區
外文關鍵詞:Special Economic ZonesChina FundingStructural transformation
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本研究概述了經濟特區的使用情況,以幫助發展和非洲區域經驗由於區域發展是一個長期的過程,因此研究的目的是確定域協助東道國進行結構轉型的可能性。分析重點是埃塞俄比亞和讚比亞的中國資助區。 本文認為,雖然埃塞俄比亞的區域具有靜態效益,但有跡象表明區域可能產生動態效益。 贊比亞贊比亞中國企業園區獲得了大量的外國直接投資並創造了就業機會。 產生動態效益的可能性很可能會受到該國執行不力政策的影響
China in the recent years has become an important partner to African countries. Five Chinese funded special economic zones have been established within the continent. This research gives an overview of the use of Special Economic Zones to aid development and Africa’s experience with zones. Because zone development is a long term process that aim of the research was to determine the possibility of the zones to aid in structural transformation of the host countries. The analysis was focused on the Ethiopian and Zambian Chinese funded zones. This thesis contends that although zone in Ethiopia has static benefits there is indication of likelihood of the zones producing dynamic benefits. While the Zambia China Corporation Zone in Zambia has received significant foreign direct investment and created jobs. The likelihood of the producing dynamic benefits will be most likely curtailed by the country poor policy implementation.
Contents
Acknowledgements i
Introduction 6
OBJECTIVES AND AIMS 7
Overall Objective 7
BACKGROUND AND SIGNIFICANCE 8
Problem Statement 9
Research Questions 10
RESEARCH DESIGN AND METHODS 10
Overview 10
Population and Study Sample 11
Sample Size and Selection of Sample 11
DEFINITION OF TERMS 11
Chapter 2 Theoretical Framework 13
Structural Transformation 13
Flying Geese Model 15
Africa and Flying Geese Model 16
Robust Political Economy Framework 19
POLITICAL ECONOMY THEORY FRAMEWORK 21
School of Public Choice 21
Chapter 3 Literature Review 23
CHINA EXPERIENCE WITH SEZS 24
China SEZs: Success Factors and Challenges 26
Lessons for Africa’s SEZs 27
Economic Transition Models 31
The Gradual Transition Model and SEZs 31
Special Economic Zones and Structural Transformation 32
African Special Economic Zones 33
Why Does The World Bank Have Vision That China Will Relocate its Factories to Africa 35
Why is China The Most Promising Investment in Low-cost Manufacturing 36
Determinants of FDI in Labor-Intensive Industries 38
Chapter 4 Chinese Zones in Africa 45
History of China Africa Relations 45
Chinese Investment in Africa Motivation 47
Economic State Craft 48
Economic Diplomacy 52
Chinese Special Economic Zones in Africa 53
Chapter 5 Ethiopia 58
Political History 58
Economy Background 59
Ethiopia China Relations 64
China FDI in Ethiopia 65
The drivers of Chinese FDI In Ethiopia 65
Eastern Industrial Park Ethiopia 67
Huajian Chinese Investor in EIP 70
Chapter 6 Zambia 72
Tough Times 75
Zambia Economic Background 77
Chapter 7 Discussion 86
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