Prof. Messay Mulutega
CACS Visiting Research Fellow
Programme: Economic Relations
- Messay Mulugeta & Teferi Mekonnen (2018). China’s Engagement in Global Assistance for Development: A Case Study from Ethiopia, East Africa, Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa, Volume 20 No 2, Clarion University of Pennsylvania, Clarion, Pennsylvania, pp 50 – 66
- Messay Mulugeta (2018). Sino-Ethiopian Trade and Investment Relations: Actors, Determinants and Trends, UJCI Africa-China Occasional Paper Series, Produced in partnership with the Oxfam Pan Africa Programme, as Part of Collaboration on BRICS, Africa and the World, Published in September 2018 by The University of Johannesburg Confucius Institute
- Mekuria Delelegn & Messay Mulugeta (2018). The Status of Urban Agriculture in and around Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa (Volume 20, No.2, 2018), Clarion University of Pennsylvania, Clarion, Pennsylvania, ISSN: 1520-5509, pp 129 – 147
- Messay Mulugeta (2018). Cross-border Migration and Human Trafficking in Ethiopia: Contributing Factors, Policy Responses and the Way Forward, Fudan Journal of Humanities and the Social Sciences, DOI 10.1007/s40647-018-0218-y
- Messay M. Tefera (2018). The Economic Development Component of the Ethiopia-South Korea Relationship. World Economy Brief, Volume 8 Number 24
- Messay Mulugeta, Degefa Tolossa and Gezahegn Abebe (2017). Description of long-term climate data in Eastern and Southeastern Ethiopia, Journal of Data in Brief, Volume 12, pp 26 – 36, published in ELSEVIER
- Messay Mulugeta, Bechaye Tesfaye and Addis Ayano (2017). Data on spatiotemporal land use land cover changes in peri-urban Addis Ababa, Ethiopia: Empirical evidences from Koye-Feche and Qilinto peri-urban areas, Journal of Data in Brief, Volume 12, pp 380 – 385, published in ELSEVIER
- Chaltu Taffa, Teferi Mekonnen and Messay Mulugeta (2017). Data on spatiotemporal urban sprawl of Dire Dawa City, Eastern Ethiopia, Journal of Data in Brief, Volume 12 (2017), page 341 – 345, published in ELSEVIER
- Messay Mulugeta & Degefa Tolossa (2017). Analysis of Long-term Climate Patterns in Eastern and Southeastern Ethiopia. NAF-IRN, Natural Resources, Agricultural Development and Food Security, International Research Network, International Working Paper Series, Paper No. 17/01
- Teferi Mekonnen and Messay Mulugeta (2018). Urban Expansion Induced Displacement and the Livelihoods of Agricultural Community in the Vicinity of Dire-Dawa City, Eastern Ethiopia, in Ethiopian Journal of Development Research, Volume 38 Number 2
- Messay Mulugeta (2018). The Economic Development Component of the Ethiopia-China Relationships, in in Ethiopian Journal of Development Research, in Ethiopian Journal of Development Research, Volume 38 Number 2
- Messay Mulugeta and Teferi Mekonnen (2016). Missing Elements in Agricultural Technical and Vocational Education and Training Policy Implementation in Ethiopia: Empirical Evidences from Angolela and Kuyu Districts, Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa, Volume 18 No 5.
- Messay Mulugeta & Teferi Mekonnen (2016). Implementation of Technical and Vocational Training Strategy in Agricultural Sector in Ethiopia: Practices, Challenges and the Way Forward. Ethiopian Journal of the Social Sciences and Humanities, Volume 12 No 2, ISSN 1810-4487
- Ciro, K. V., Patnaik, B., Messay Mulugeta, al. (2016). Right On: An Overview of the Right to Food in Twenty Two IFSN Countries across Asia, Africa and the Americas. A Monograph Publication by International Food Security Network.
- Messay Mulugeta(2015). Food Reserve Systems in Ethiopia: Assessment of the Current Implementation Technicalities and Policy Recommendations. Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa, Volume 17 No 5, Clarion University of Pennsylvania
- Messay Mulugeta (2015). Contribution of CSOs in Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene Sectors in Ethiopia. A Monograph Publication of Consortium of Christian Relief and Development Association
- Messay Mulugeta (2014). Review of Regional Food Reserve System and Policy Position of Regional Network Countries: Ethiopia, Malawi and Uganda. A Monograph Printed by East African International Food Security Network, ESAFSN
- Messay Mulugeta (2013). The Need for Policy Framework for Urban/Peri-Urban Agriculture in Ethiopia: A Reflection. Ethiopian Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities (EJOSSAH) Vol IX No 1
- Messay Mulugetaand Tsetadirgachew Legese (2013). Spatiotemporal Environmental Dynamics and Its Implications on Rural Livelihoods in Laga Dayi-Wasarbi Basin, North Shewa, Oromia Region. Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa, Volume 17 No 5, Clarion University of Pennsylvania
- Messay Mulugeta (2012). Resettlement and Food Security Nexus in Ethiopia: A Case Study from Nonno District. PhD Dissertation, Addis Ababa University Summarized and Published in Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities (EJOSSAH)
- Messay Mulugeta (2010). Land-Use/Land-Cover Dynamics in Nonno District, Central Ethiopia. Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa Volume 13 No 1
- Messay Mulugeta (2010). The Food Security Attainment Role of Urban Agriculture: A Case from Adama Town. Ethiopian Journal of Business and Economics, Vol 1 No 1
CACS Research Project
Research Outputs for 2019
Research title: ‘Africa-China Forward-Looking Socioeconomic Ties through the Belt and Road Initiative: Scrutinizing the Outlooks of Ethiopia, Kenya and South Africa’
The principal objective of this study is to assess the Belt and Road Initiative (RBI) in view of its contribution to infrastructure development, resource and policy integration, promotion of trade, and social cohesion between Africa and China with specific attention to Ethiopia, Kenya and South Africa. It may also assess to what extent the BRI strategy is understood among African elites, review how the existing African strategies are compatible with BRI targets, identify key challenges to implement the strategy, and recommend possible policy directives for the sustainable realization of BRI in Africa.
To meet the intended objectives, national policies/strategies, regulations, researches, project documents and reports will be carried out intensively to capture the goals, trends, progresses and challenges of the BRI. Likewise, data will be collected from various elites, political leaders, community-based organizations and non-governmental organizations operating in the three countries. Contact with Chinese experts and scholars in Africa and/or China that have adequate stake/knowledge on the issues of BRI will also provide relevant information for the study.
The research finding will be presented at Seminars, Conferences, forums and Policy Roundtable Discussions (PRTs) both in Africa and China. It will be prepared in the form of a research article and will be submitted to journals for publication. The ultimate goal of the research is to enhance the understanding of the goal of BRI in Ethiopia so as to help both parties for enhanced cooperation for sustainable socioeconomic development through improved investment, trade and technology transfer. Finally, the paper will be published in reputable journals to be accessed by the academia, policy makers and other key stakeholders.