All posts filed under “Vietnam

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Just published with the World Bank – Assessment of the delivery of the Vietnam development report 2010 : modern institutions and its impact on policy debates around institutional reforms in Vietnam – final report

Download the report at the World Bank website: http://bit.ly/LNOJZ1 The Vietnam Development Reports (VDR) is a series of reports, which have been published by the World Bank resident mission since 2002, and focus on key development issues for Vietnam. The VDRs aim at tapping into existing… Read More

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Just published with ODI – Assessing the policy influence of research: a case study of governance research in Viet Nam

Download to the Backgrund Note at ODI: http://bit.ly/LNLHE0 As development processes become ever more complex, there is a growing demand for knowledge products that provide the necessary information to implement evidence-based policy change. However, the practice of monitoring the impact of knowledge products, often produced by international donors, is relatively… Read More

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Just published – Book chapter on governance innovations in Asia.

The book by Ari-Veikko Anttiroiko, Stephen J. Bailey, Pekka Valkama, Innovative Trends in Public Governance in Asia, has just been published by IOS Press. I have written, with three colleagues from Evidence Based Policy in Development Network (ebpdn) from Indonesia, Vietnam and the Philippines, one of the… Read More

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What modernity?

I have attended an interesting seminar about the Chinese experience in the transition to market economy with socialist characteristics. The aim of the seminar was to help Vietnamese scholars and researchers, who usually claim to be 10 years behind China in terms of social and… Read More