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New research on development issues in Vietnam - Volume 11, number 2 (2019 February)



  • Assessment of Impacts of Climate Change on Agriculture and Fisheries in the Coastal Areas of Thua Thien Hue Province, Vietnam.

  • Enhancing the marketing capacity of agricultural cooperatives in Hoa Vang District, Da Nang City, Vietnam.

  • Untapped Potential: Agricultural Social Networks as the future of Karst Science Communication in Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park, Vietnam.

  • Adaptation Options for Rice-Based Cropping Systems in Climate Risk-Prone Provinces in the Mekong River Delta: An Assessment Report.

  • Individual-level employment transitions in rural Viet Nam.

  • Integrating farmers’ adaptive knowledge into flood management and adaptation policies in the Vietnamese Mekong Delta: A social learning perspective.

  • A model to examine farm household trade-offs and synergies with an application to smallholders in Vietnam.

  • Regional differences in willingness to pay for organic vegetables in Vietnam.

  • Achieving fish passage outcomes at irrigation infrastructure; a case study from the Lower Mekong Basin.

  • A Sustainable Energy Model for Shrimp Farms in the Mekong Delta.

  • Food Reserve Management and Policies in Southeast Asia.

  • Assessing Forest Governance in the Countries of the Greater Mekong Subregion.

  • Linkages between timber processing companies and local forest communities: a case study in Vietnam.

  • Opportunities and challenges in mobilizing finance to implement Vietnam’s Forestry Development Strategy for 2006–2020.

  • State of Forest Governance in Vietnam: Where Are the Local Communities?

  • Adaptation to flood and salinity environments in the Vietnamese Mekong Delta: Empirical analysis of farmer-led innovations.

  • Land loss and its impacts on agricultural production in the Vietnamese Mekong Delta under climate change.

  • The policy effect of government assistance on the rice production in Southeast Asia: Comparative case studies of Thailand, Vietnam, and the Philippines.

  • The Rice Economy and the Role of Policy in Southeast Asia.

  • Conservation and Development of the Floating Rice Based Agro-Ecological Farming Systems in the Mekong Delta.

  • Green supply chain management in organic agriculture sector: A case study in Vietnam food safety management.


  • Vietnam’s Industrialization Ambitions : The Case of Vingroup and the Automotive Industry`.

  • Land Ownership and Informal Credit in Rural Vietnam.

  • The Impact of State Religious Policies on Christian Women ’s Leadership Status in Vietnam: The Case of the Evangelical Church of Vietnam Since 1975.

  • Factors affecting entrepreneurial intentions among youths in Vietnam.

  • Fostering academic entrepreneurship: A qualitative study of invention commercialization in Vietnam.

  • State of Southeast Asia: 2019.

  • Technology Transfer and the Promotion of Technical Skills from Japan to Southeast Asia: Case Study of Vietnam.

  • The Determinants of Equitization Success of State-Owned Enterprises in Vietnam.

  • Determinants of Firm Growth: Evidence from Vietnamese Small and Medium Sized Manufacturing Enterprises.

  • Drivers of productivity in Vietnamese SMEs: The role of management standards and innovation.

  • Earnings Quality and Corporate Social Disclosure: The Moderating Role of State and Foreign Ownership in Vietnamese Listed Firms.

  • Entrepreneurial Human Capital, Innovation and Productivity in Small and Medium Manufacturing Enterprises in Vietnam.

  • Fostering Entrepreneurship among Academia: A Study of Vietnamese Scientist Commercialization.

  • Globalization and State Capitalism: Assessing Vietnam's Accession to the WTO.

  • Network ties and export propensity of Vietnamese small and medium enterprises.

  • Organisational Innovation by Manufacturing SMEs in Vietnam.

  • Product and Process Innovation of Micro, Small and Medium Manufacturing Enterprises in Vietnam.

  • Productivity Spillover from FDI to Domestic Firms across Six Regions in Vietnam.

  • SME credit constraints in Asia’s rising economic star: fresh empirical evidence from Vietnam.

  • STEAM-ME: A Novel Model for Successful Kaizen Implementation and Sustainable Performance of SMEs in Vietnam.

  • Trade-related R&D Spillovers in Vietnamese Manufacturing.

  • Implications of regional economic conditions on the distribution of technical efficiency: Examples from coastal trawl vessels in Vietnam.

  • A tale of two networks: Market formation on the Cambodia–Vietnam frontier.


  • The Economic Case for Education in Vietnam.

  • Education and the livelihood of households in the Northwest Region, Vietnam.

  • Searching for education for sustainable development in Vietnam.

  • The impact of parental illness on children’s schooling and labour force participation: evidence from Vietnam.

  • Education and Services for Deaf People in Viet Nam.

  • Limited legitimacy among academics of centrally driven approaches to internal quality assurance in Vietnam.

  • Learning Motivations, Learning Outcomes and Gender in Vietnam.


  • Do strategic delta plans get implemented? The case of the Mekong Delta Plan.

  • Environmental Pollution, Management, and Sustainable Development: Strategies for Vietnam and Other Developing Countries.

  • Resource Assessment and Development Impact on Douc Population at Son Tra Nature Reserve, Vietnam.

  • An evaluation and monetary assessment of the impact of flooding on subjective well-being across genders in Vietnam.

  • Lost in implementation? REDD+ country readiness experiences in Indonesia and Vietnam.

  • The sinking mega-delta : Present and future subsidence of the Vietnamese Mekong delta.

  • Changing Livelihood Options as Adaptation: A Comparative Analysis of Three Flood Control Schemes in the Vietnamese Mekong Delta.

  • Evaluating drought events under influence of El-Nino phenomenon: A case study of Mekong delta area, Vietnam.

  • Living with Floods: Ecological Wisdom in the Vietnamese Mekong Delta.

  • A study of coral reef resilience and implications of adaptive management and rehabilitation in Khanh Hoa Province, Vietnam.

  • Arsenic in drinking water – Recent examples and updates from Southeast Asia.

  • Biogeochemical phosphorus cycling in groundwater ecosystems – Insights from South and Southeast Asian floodplain and delta aquifers.

  • Contamination status and potential release of trace metals in a mangrove forest sediment in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

  • Output, environmental pollution and health nexus in Vietnam: an estimation of simultaneous model with panel data.

  • educing emissions of the fast growing Vietnamese coal sector: the chances offered by biomass co-firing.

  • Informal Recycling and Social Preferences: Evidence from Household Survey Data in Vietnam.


  • Changing male perceptions of gender equality: Evidence from an experimental study.

  • Decomposing Vietnamese gender equality in terms of wage distribution.

  • Disasters, Ruins, and Crises: Masculinity and Ramifications of Storms in Vietnam.

  • Increasing women's leadership in science in Ho Chi Minh City.

  • Recognising shadows: masculinism, resistance, and recognition in Vietnam.


  • The Impact of Public Governance on Household Income: A Quantile Panel Analysis.

  • Leadership Reshuffle and the Future of Vietnam’s Collective Leadership.

  • Vietnam: A pathway from state socialism.


  • High level of multidrug-resistant Escherichia coli in young dairy calves in southern Vietnam.

  • A General Pathway Model for Improving Health Disparities: Lessons from Community and Cultural Involvement in Improving Cervical Cancer Screening in Vietnamese Women.

  • Optimising the detectability of H5N1 and H5N6 highly pathogenic avian influenza viruses in Vietnamese live-bird markets.

  • Heterogeneity in the effect of mid-childhood height and weight gain on human capital at age 14-15 years: Evidence from Ethiopia, India, Peru, and Vietnam.

  • Is obesity associated with decreased health-related quality of life in school-age children?-Results from a survey in Vietnam.

  • Barriers to Engaging Communities in a Dengue Vector Control Program: An Implementation Research in an Urban Area in Hanoi City, Vietnam.

  • Containing Contagion: The Politics of Disease Outbreaks in Southeast Asia.

  • Estimating the economic impact of canine rabies to Viet Nam 2005-2014.

  • Household contact investigation for the detection of tuberculosis in Vietnam: economic evaluation of a cluster-randomised trial.

  • The impact of targeted malaria elimination with mass drug administrations on falciparum malaria in Southeast Asia: A cluster randomised trial.

  • Implementation of national action plans on noncommunicable diseases, Bhutan, Cambodia, Indonesia, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Thailand and Viet Nam.

  • Knowledge, Preference, and Willingness to Pay for Hepatitis B Vaccination Services among Woman of Reproductive Age in Vietnam.

  • Paediatric use of antibiotics in children with community acquired pneumonia: A survey from Da Nang, Vietnam.

  • The possible zoonotic diseases transferring from pig to human in Vietnam.

  • Prevalence and Risk Factors of Dengue Infection in Khanh Hoa Province, Viet Nam: A Stratified Cluster Sampling Survey.

  • Prevalence of Hypertension in Vietnam: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis.

  • Sero-prevalence surveillance to predict vaccine-preventable disease outbreaks; a lesson from the 2014 measles epidemic in northern Vietnam.

  • Socioeconomic inequalities in alcohol use and some related consequences from a household perspective in Vietnam.

  • Some experience of Japan in doctoral of nursing education: Quest of balanced research education in coming doctoral course in Nam Dinh University of Nursing, Vietnam.

  • Association of ambient air pollution with lengths of hospital stay for hanoi children with acute lower-respiratory infection, 2007–2016.

  • Effects of Extreme Temperatures on Mortality and Hospitalization in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

  • Effects of weather on human capital in Vietnam.

  • Exploring affordability and healthcare-seeking behaviour for delivery and antenatal care among the poor and ethnic minorities in rural Northwestern Viet Nam.

  • Development of the food safety labelling technique for applied business in the Vietnamese retail food industry.

  • Growth among children infected with HIV receiving Antiretroviral Therapy in Vietnam.

  • HIV- and AIDS-related knowledge and attitude of residents in border regions of Vietnam.

  • HIV knowledge and risk behaviors among drug users in three Vietnamese mountainous provinces.

  • Hand Hygiene Compliance Study at a Large Central Hospital in Vietnam.

  • Community-based father education intervention on breastfeeding practice—Results of a quasi-experimental study.

  • Decomposition of Changes in the Consumption of Macronutrients in Vietnam between 2004 and 2014.

  • Malnutrition among 6–59-Month-Old Children at District 2 Hospital, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam: Prevalence and Associated Factors.

  • Stunting and academic achievement among Vietnamese children: new evidence from the young lives survey.

  • Stunting and Overweight among 12-24-Month-Old Children Receiving Vaccination in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

  • Sex Differences and Psychological Factors Associated with General Health Examinations Participation: Results from a Vietnamese Cross-Section Dataset.

  • Study Design for the 2016 Baseline Survey of a Health System Strengthening Project in Quoc Oai District, Hanoi, Vietnam.

  • Artificial Intelligence vs. Natural Stupidity: Evaluating AI Readiness for the Vietnamese Medical Information System.


  • Vietnam – Maximizing Finance for Development in the Energy Sector.


  • Risk of Quantity Increase in Vietnamese Construction Projects.

  • Neoliberal Urbanism, Contested Cities and Housing in Asia.

  • Vietnam : Technical Assistance Report-Report on Residential Property Price Statistics Capacity Development Mission.

  • Evaluation of retrofitting responses to urban flood risk in Ho Chi Minh City using the Motivation and Ability (MOTA) framework.

  • Megalopolitan megalomania: Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam’s Southeastern region and the speculative growth machine.


  • Employment Creation in Non-Agricultural Sectors.

  • Matching in Marriage Market and Labor Market [PhD thesis].


  • Poverty Measurement in the Era of Food Away from Home : Testing Alternative Approaches in Vietnam.


  • Online peer influences are associated with receptiveness of youths: The case of Shisha in Vietnam.

  • Elderly's Thought About Nursing Homes: A Case Study of Vietnamese Elderly.

  • Agent-based Modeling of Inter-provincial Migration in the Mekong Delta, Vietnam: A Data Analytics Approach.

  • Who is an internal migrant?


  • Exploring gender dimensions of water insecurity and governance in the Lower Mekong Region.

  • Chapter 10 - Addressing the Arsenic Issue in the Lower Mekong Region: The Challenges and Systematic Approaches.

  • Damming the Mekong: Impacts in Vietnam and Solutions.

  • Institutional Frameworks for Development and Management of the Mekong River’s Water Resources.

  • Optimizing Dam Management in the Mekong River Basin to Minimize Environmental Impacts.

  • The Water Governance Reform Framework: Overview and Applications to Australia, Mexico, Tanzania, U.S.A and Vietnam.

  • Gender in Development Discourses of Civil Society Organisations and Mekong Hydropower Dams.






Assessment of Impacts of Climate Change on Agriculture and Fisheries in the Coastal Areas of Thua Thien Hue Province, Vietnam.

Mac Nhu Binh, Le Duc Ngoan, Le Thi Hoa Sen, Nguyen Thi Thanh Thuy, Jennifer Bond and others. Agriculture and Development Notes, 2018, volume 8, number 4.

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Abstract: Vietnam is one of the five countries predicted to be the most affected by climate change due to its long coastlines; high concentration of population and economic activity in coastal areas; and heavy reliance on agriculture, natural resources, and forestry (Word Bank 2011). Located in Central Vietnam, Thua Thien Hue’s agricultural and fisheries sectors have always been negatively affected by climate change. Recognizing the problem, in recent years, Thua Thien Hue province has developed many policies and action strategies to mitigate the impacts of climate change. Thua Thien Hue Provincial People’s Community assigned the responsibility to the Department of Agricultural and Rural Development (DARD) and the Department of Natural Resource and Environment to carry out the Provincial Target Program on climate change. Sadly, the program implementation has been said to primarily focus on building response capacity, such as having annual evacuation plans, training people in disaster drills, and providing weather data to local authorities; lacking a long-term planning perspective (Mendoza 2014).


Enhancing the marketing capacity of agricultural cooperatives in Hoa Vang District, Da Nang City, Vietnam.

Quach Xuan, Du Tien, Pham Lien and Ho Hai. Discussion Paper Series - Southeast Asian Regional Center for Graduate Study and Research in Agriculture (SEARCA), 2018, number No.2018-3, p. 48 pp.

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Abstract: Traditionally, agricultural cooperatives in developing countries focus their support solely on agricultural production, often overlooking marketing and trading activities. In many cases, this results in a mismatch between supply and demand and increases the risk of bankruptcy among cooperatives. This is true for many cooperatives in Vietnam, including those from the rural district of Hoa Vang in Da Nang City. At present, there are 43 agricultural cooperatives in Da Nang, 18 of which are located in Hoa Vang. Their products include rice, vegetables like cucumber, fruits, mushroom, meat, fishes, eggs, sesame, and ornamentals like flowers and bonsai plants. Like many others, these cooperatives do not provide support to its farmer members for trading their produce. Farmers, thus, have to rely on their own limited capacity to sell their products, usually in the local markets or restaurants. This significantly affects their productivity, as farmers do not feel confident about increasing production. It also affects the cooperatives' branding because consumers cannot distinguish between local and sustainably produced or clean agricultural products from others. Therefore, it is important to build the capacities of cooperatives and its farmer members in terms of marketing and trading their agricultural products. It is in this context that the project titled "Enhancing the Marketing Capacity of Agricultural Cooperatives in Hoa Vang District, Da Nang City of Vietnam" was proposed. The project aimed to increase the income of farmers and ensure food safety for local residents and tourists in Da Nang through the sustainable supply of "clean" agricultural products. Clean products, in the context of this project, pertains to the produce from farmers who practice Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) and do not apply chemical fertilizers or pest control. The outcomes of this project were envisioned to solve not just the current difficulties of cooperatives in HoaVang, but also for agricultural cooperatives elsewhere.


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Untapped Potential: Agricultural Social Networks as the future of Karst Science Communication in Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park, Vietnam.

Elizabeth J Willenbrink, Leslie A North and Vu Thi Minh Nguyet. Focus On Geography, 2018, volume 61.


Abstract: Hang Son Doong, the world's largest documented cave, is more than just a record-breaking karst phenomena. For the resident's in Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park (PN-KB), Son Doong and the Park's 300 other discovered caves are a representation of the beauty and uniqueness of the region's karst landscape (Figure 1). Karst landscapes are known for their unique cave systems and spectacular surface features. Formed in carbonate rock, such as limestone, karst landscapes are characterized by bedrock that is dissolved easily by water, resulting in the creation of conduits, caves, and surface features such as sinkholes and karst towers. These landscapes are also home to unique endemic cave and surface species (Ford and Williams 2007). Despite their fantastic and unique features, karst landscapes are highly vulnerable to anthropogenic degradation such as water contamination, surface erosion, and deforestation (Ford and Williams 2007; Fleury 2009). While PN-KB residents are eager to speak about the benefits of karst-centric tourism and show caves in their area, many lack fundamental knowledge about the formation of PN-KB's geology and, even more importantly, its extreme fragility to human development, especially agriculture. --- PN-KB is a UNESCO designated World Heritage Site located in central Vietnam. Measuring 350,000 hectares, the Park is a protected area covering one of the largest karst massifs in Asia (Tranh 2012) (Figure 2). The Park is known for its dense jungle, abundant biodiversity, massive cave systems, and soaring karst towers, some of which measure up to 1,000 meters (Hübner et al. 2014). Less frequently noted, however, is the Park's large local population. Nearly 65,000 people live within the PN-KB buffer zone, the majority of which practice small-scale subsistence and commercial agriculture (Tranh 2012; Willenbrink 2018) (Figure 3)....


Adaptation Options for Rice-Based Cropping Systems in Climate Risk-Prone Provinces in the Mekong River Delta: An Assessment Report.

Bui Ba Bong, Leocadio Sebastian, Nguyen Hong Son, Bui Tan Yen, Nguyen Van Bo and others. CCAFS Working Paper No. 245, 2018.

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Abstract: This report highlights the results of consultation meetings and field visits organized by the Department of Crop Production and the CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security in Southeast Asia in association with the five offices of the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development in the Mekong River Delta provinces of An Giang, Can Tho, Dong Thap, Long An, and Tra Vinh. ---  The meetings underlined progress made by the provinces on climate change adaptation and mitigation, options for risk reductions, crop production, conversion, management and practices as mandated in various circulars, directives, and decisions notably Decision No. 1915/QD-BNH-KH issued by the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development that approved the Master Plan for Rice Production Development in Mekong River Delta to 2015, Vision to 2030 under the context of Climate Change. ---  This assessment report also looks at various issues that affect the agricultural transformation of the region such as failure to recognize risks brought about by climate change, unpredictable prices of agricultural products in the local and world market, lack of linkages between farmers and potential markets, lack of knowledge and skills in growing new crops, and spontaneous breaching of provincial government plans in changing cropping systems, and more investments in modernizing agricultural infrastructure, among others. The report draws upon the critical importance of the master plan mentioned earlier in rice restructuring within the context of the whole Mekong Delta to guide and shape the actions of the visited provinces. Climate-related risks maps and adaptation plans (CS MAP), which is applied in the five Mekong Delta Region provinces, are found to be valuable in complementing the planting calendar of rice seasons.


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