Edited book

Getting Organized in Vietnam. Moving in and around the Socialist State.


Editors
Kerkvliet Benedict J. Tria, Heng Russel H.K, Koh David W.H.


Publisher
Institute of Southeast Asian Studies

Publication year
2003


Place of publication
Singapore


Chapters
  • Introduction: Grappling with Organizations and the State in Contemporary Vietnam
  • From Fence-Breaking to Networking: Interests, Popular Organizations, and Policy Influences in Post-Socialist Vietnam
  • Business Associations and Policy-Making in Vietnam
  • NGOs and Highland Development: A Case Study in Crafting New Roles
    Gray Michael L. pp.110-125
  • The Disabled and Their Organizations: The Emergence of New Paradigms
    Vasiljev Ivo pp.126-152
  • Authoritarian Governance and Labour: The VGCL and the Party-State in Economic Renovation
    Hansson Eva pp.153-184
  • The Relationship between Civic and Governmental Organizations in Vietnam: Selected Findings
  • Donors, Local Development Groups and Institutional Reform over Vietnam's Development Decade

Loan status
Available for loan

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