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    題名: 中國在亞撒哈拉非洲投資表現分析 ——以尚比亞為例
    An Analysis of Chinese Investment in Sub-Saharan Africa: The Case of Zambia
    作者: 徐月晟
    Xu, Yuesheng
    貢獻者: 蔡中民
    Tsai, Chung-Min
    徐月晟
    Xu, Yuesheng
    關鍵詞: 外國直接投資
    中國
    尚比亞
    亞撒哈拉非洲
    在地化
    永續發展
    FDI
    China
    Zambia
    Sub-Saharan Africa
    Localization
    Sustainable development
    日期: 2018
    上傳時間: 2018-07-03 17:33:39 (UTC+8)
    摘要: 中國作為一個亞撒哈拉非洲事務的新興參與者,其角色已被學界進行了廣泛討論。許多媒體都報導了中國在非洲的「新殖民主義者」的角色。中國對非的海外直接投資是否能夠幫助非洲發展也尚未定論。本文聚焦在亞撒哈拉地區的國家尚比亞,通過研究中國企業之表現於其在地化和永續發展兩個面向的投入來分析中國投資在亞撒哈拉非洲的表現。本文試圖從微觀角度回應關於中國在非投資缺乏在地化和永續發展等企業責任和社會關懷的指控。文章發現,中國企業在這兩方面並未比傳統西方投資者做得更糟糕,甚至有些面向表現得更佳。另外,在在地化和永續發展表現更好的中國企業也得到了更長足有效的企業盈利。中國海外企業也意識到這一點,於是也更願意在在地化和永續發展進行投入。除此之外,在地化和永續發展還有許多新面向,中國投資也正在非洲涉足更多其他新興產業,這些都在未來探究中國在非投資模式時都值得更多關注。
    As a relatively new player in Sub-Saharan Africa, China’s role has been discussed widely from many perspectives. The accusation of China’s neo-colonialism can be found everywhere in many medias. Whether Chinese FDI could help Africa’s development remains a conflicting debate. This paper focuses on Zambia and analyzes the presence of Chinese investment in this region by looking into the performance of Chinese enterprises in localization and sustainable development to find out whether there is correlation and how they interact. It tries to response to the accusation that Chinese investment in SSA does not take its responsibilities in localization and sustainable development from a micro level. The paper finds out that Chinese investment actually brings benefits to Zambia, and they are no worse than its western counterparts in localization and sustainable development, if not better. Moreover, the better Chinese companies do in localization and sustainable development, the better their businesses are running in a long run. Chinese firms also realize this point thus they are putting more efforts into it. Apart from these observations, other dimensions of these two concepts and some other industries that more Chinese enterprises are heading to now are also worth further study.
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    描述: 碩士
    國立政治大學
    政治學系
    103252026
    資料來源: http://thesis.lib.nccu.edu.tw/record/#G0103252026
    資料類型: thesis
    DOI: 10.6814/THE.NCCU.PS.001.2018.F09
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