Edited book

Rethinking Vietnam


Editors
McCargo Duncan


Publisher
Routledge

Publication year
2004


Place of publication
London and New York


Chapters
  • Introduction
    McCargo Duncan pp.1-12
  • State, party and political change in Vietnam
    Dixon Chris pp.15-26
  • Rethinking the history of the Vietnam Communist Party
  • Key issues in the political economy of post-doi moi Vietnam
  • Politics in mountain communes: exploring Vietnamese grassroots democracy
    Zingerli Caludia pp.53-66
  • Growth and reform since the Eight Party Congress
    Kokko Ari pp.69-90
  • The social challenges of reform: restructuring state-owned enterprises in Vietnam
    Clarke Gerard pp.91-109
  • Vietnam's rural transformation: information, knowledge and diversification
    Trang Tran Thi Thu pp.110-124
  • Rethinking Vietnam's mass education and health systems
    London Jonathan pp.127-142
  • Centralism - the dilemma of educational reforms in Vietnam
    Blang Doan Hue pp.143-153
  • An emerging civil-society? Local associations working on HIV/AIDS
    Blanc Marie-Eve pp.153-164
  • Pursuing success in present-day Vietnam: young graduates in Hanoi
    An Nguyen Phuong pp.165-176
  • Rethinking foreign investment in Vietnam: fuzzy figures and sentiment swings
  • Recent changes in Vietnam's foreign policy: implications for Vietnam-ASEAN relations
    Dosch Jorn, Tuan Ta Minh pp.197-213

Loan status
Available for loan

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