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Diaspora in Development and Integration:The Case of the Chinese and African Diasporas

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Institut for Historie, Internationale Studier og Samfundsforhold, Aalborg Universitet
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Microsoft Word - CCIS_wp_forside_7.doc CCIS Center for Comparative Integration Studies Aalborg University Fibigerstraede 2-99 DK-9220 Aalborg East Phone: +45 9940 8310 Fax: +45 9635 0044 E-mail: [email protected] CCIS RESEARCH SERIES WORKING PAPER NO. 7 ISSN: 1901-9718 Diaspora in Development and Integration: The Case of the Chinese and African Diasporas Li Xing & Paul Opoku-Mensah © 2008 Li Xing & Paul Opoku-Mensah Diaspora in Development and Integration: The Case of the Chinese and African Diasporas Center for Comparative Integration Studies (CCIS) Aalborg University Denmark CCIS Research Series Working Paper No. 7 ISSN 1901-9718 Published by CCIS & Department of History, International and Social Studies Aalborg University Distribution Download as PDF on http://www.ccis.aau.dk/research/2012439 Lay-out and word processing Cirkeline Kappel The Secretariat Center for Comparative Integration Studies Fibigerstraede 2, room 99 Aalborg University DK-9220 Aalborg East Denmark Tel. + 45 9940 8310 Fax. + 45 9635 0044 E-mail: [email protected] Homepage: http://www.ihis.aau.dk/ccis 1 Diaspora in Development and Integration: The Case of the Chinese and African Diasporas Li Xing and Paul Opoku-Mensah Introduction The era of globalization is characterized by dynamic interactions linking more countries and more people than ever before, resulting in a proliferation of studies on the various driving forces in the process of globalization, such as the state, capital, interesting groups, etc. However, what are less demonstrated in the mainstream literatures of development research and international relations are the consistent and coherent studies of the history and role of Diasporas in connection with the development of their homeland, which is becoming increasingly critical consideration linking with development policy and polit

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