Last week I had the honor of presenting this report on “China in Latin America” in Washington, DC. Co-authored with Kevin Gallagher and Rebecca Ray, this is the product of the Working Group on Development and Environment in the Americas, a multi-university effort coordinated by the Center for Transformation Research (CENIT) in Argentina, our own Research Center of the University of the Pacific (CIUP) in Peru, Boston University’s Global Economic Governance Initiative, and Tufts University’s Global Development and Environment Institute.
In addition to this overview report, the group has produced eight country studies, on Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico and Peru. In Washington we shared results with staff at the IADB and in an open event at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. The English summary and all country studies are available on this LINK, including a Peru paper co-authored with Victoria Chonn Ching. A Spanish summary of the presentation is available on the CIUP website, and a full Spanish translation of all the papers will be published in book form by the Universidad del Pacífico Press later this year. There will also be a Chinese version shared in Beijing.
This work was recently profiled in Spanish and English in the newsletter Dialogo Chino.