Vietnam’s health system continues to make great progress in improving its capacities and performance. However, despite the many significant achievements that have been made, this paper summaries 11 health system research papers from different perspectives with the aim of providing scientific evidence for policy actions in Vietnam.
This paper responds to a request from the Vietnamese government for an analysis of the impact of the global economic crisis on Vietnam, and policy recommendations to help the government stimulate growth and reduce the risk of financial crisis. The government has proposed an economic stimulus valued at six billion U.S. dollars, although details of this plan are still being worked out as this.
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Despite starting as one of the poorest countries in the mid-1980s, Vietnam has achieved rapid developmental progress, reaching lower middle-income status in 2010. In line with rapid economic growth, Vietnam has achieved impressive progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) during this time. This paper sheds light on some elements of Vietnam’s success story, highlighting.
This paper is part of a study ”Policy Analysis for the Development of Land Policy for Socio-Economic Development.” Land policy relates to the institutional arrangements through which the Government of Vietnam defines which individuals and groups have access to rights in land and the circumstances that apply to gaining and retaining that access. The overall goal is to ensure that land in.
Poverty assessment, social protection chapter, background paper 3, Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences, Center for Analysis and Forecasting, Hanoi. Trang, N. and Tu, P. M. 2006. Simplifying business registration at the provincial level in Vietnam: A bottom up approach to policy reform.
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Sakata’s paper is a timely contribution as it provides a concise and informative analysis of recent developments in Vietnam’s political economy and explores their broader implications. My comments in particular focus on the rise of large private enterprises which received particular attention in Sakata’s paper. This is a new development, which contrasts with the traditional structure of.
World Bank Policy Research Working Paper Series No. 7475, Washington, DC:. The Varying Income Effects of Weather Variation: Some Insights From Rural Vietnam. World Bank Policy Research Working Paper Series No. 7764, Washington, DC: World Bank. Narloch, U and Bangalore, M (2016) Environmental Risks and Poverty: Analyzing geo-Spatial and Household Data From Vietnam. World Bank Policy Research.
The paper reviews the economic risk of rubber production due to fluctuations of input factors, product price, natural disasters, epidemics, interest rates, and market demand. The data collected in this work were analyzed with accounting of production costs methods and accounting results and production efficiency method, benefit-cost analysis, sensitivity analysis and scenario analysis.
Twenty years have passed since Vietnam implemented its comprehensive reform known as Doi moi policy. The paper aims at reviewing and evaluating the structure and performance of the Doi moi policy. We confirm that Vietnam has attained significant achievements in the areas of economic growth, openness to trade, poverty reduction and human.
However, logistics in Vietnam is still at a low level of development, which has not fully promoted the role of linking economic entities and activities in the national economy system. Therefore, logistics development is an urgent issue for policy makers as well as enterprises. This paper focuses on analyzing the status of logistics development in Vietnam, showing the results, limitations and.
The paper discusses the supporting industry (SI) in Vietnam from various viewpoints, describing its role and development in the process of international economic integration. First, we investigate.CRR DISCUSSION PAPER SERIES A Center for Risk Research Faculty of Economics SHIGA UNIVERSITY 1-1-1 BANBA, HIKONE,. Thanks to this policy, Vietnam overcame serious difficulties and challenges facing the country during the 1970s and 1980s. Moreover, Doimoi policy still was the source of Vietnam’s achievements in the last decades, in the field of economic development as well as poverty.The paper reiterates Hanoi's “Three No's” defense policy—no alliances, no foreign bases on Vietnamese territory, and no aligning with a second against a third country—but also notes that “depending on the circumstances and specific conditions (my emphasis added), Vietnam will consider developing necessary, appropriate defense and military relations with other countries.”.