Japan and China: A Contest in Aid to Sub-Saharan Africa
Authors : Koichi Sakamoto (Toyo University, Japan)
Publisher : World Scientific
ISBN : 978-981-3223-73-8
He has worked for the United Nations, the World Bank, Trade Development Authority of India's Ministry of Commerce, Shanghai International Studies University, China, Japan's six ministries and aid agencies like Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA).
He is an author of several books in Japanese on international economics, development economics, and international finance including economic cooperation and aid. He participated as a consultant and advisor in numerous studies on aid to Sub-Saharan Africa commissioned mainly by the Foreign Ministry for thirty years.
He has had extensive field experiences. He stayed in Malawi for 1983–1987 as a UN macro-economic advisor to the Economic Planning Unit of the Government of Malawi. Eighteen other African countries have been visited, which include eight francophone countries. In addition, he has professional experiences in studies and projects in many Asian countries, including China, and in Europe and US.
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