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eBook Vietnamese State Industry and the Political Economy of Commercial Renaissance: Dragon’s Toothor Curate’s Egg? (Chandos Asian Studies Series) ePub

by Adam Fforde

  • ISBN: 1843342200
  • Category: Humanities
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Adam Fforde
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Chandos Publishing; 1 edition (March 14, 2007)
  • Pages: 300
  • ePub book: 1692 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1133 kb
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Start by marking Vietnamese State Industry and the Political Economy . Hardcover, 300 pages. Published February 28th 2007 by Chandos Asian Studies (first published 2007).

Start by marking Vietnamese State Industry and the Political Economy of Commercial Renaissance: Dragon's Tooth or Curate's Egg? as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. This book is based upon extensive and repeated fieldwork, close observation and familiarity with institutional detail.

Chandos Asian Studies Series. Vietnamese State Industry and the Political Economy of Commercial Renaissance. View on ScienceDirect. Authors: Adam Fforde.

This book is based upon extensive and repeated fieldwork, close observation and familiarity with institutional detail.

Vietnamese State Industry and the Political Economy of Commercial Renaissance: Dragon's Tooth Or Curate's Egg? Adam Fforde. He has written three books on various aspects of contemporary Vietnam has well as numerous articles and book chapters.

This book is based upon extensive and repeated fieldwork, close . 10 Conclusions state industry and the Vietnamese experience.

Publisher: Chandos Publishing. Print ISBN: 9781843342205, 1843342200. eText ISBN: 9781843342205, 9781780632537, 1780632533. digital pages viewed over the past 12 months. institutions using Bookshelf across 241 countries.

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This book is based upon extensive and repeated fieldwork, close observation and familiarity with institutional detail. It traces Vietnam’s early attempts to create in State Owned Enterprises (SOEs) a basis for a military-industrial complex, and the ways in which these attempts failed, which explains the nature of state commercialism through the 1980s and into recent years. Since the 1990 breakout to a market economy, Vietnam has shown outstanding development success, with rapid GDP growth, macroeconomic stability, swift poverty reduction, maintenance of social spending and extensive globalisation. Her SOEs have played a major role, not only in showing that performance gains in 1989-91 could compensate for loss of the large Soviet bloc aid program, but also as major players in the rapid economic change of the 1990s, during which the officially reported state share of GDP remained high. By the middle of the 2000s, however, a rising private sector was, in harness with a large presence of foreign companies, sharply increasing pressures upon SOEs. Against this background, the book concludes with an assessment of the extent to which Vietnam’s commercialised SOEs are now no longer seen as an effective compromise, but acting as a major hindrance to Vietnam’s development.Historical analysis of the process by which Vietnam’s SOEs shifted from central-planning to operation in an increasingly globalised market economyDraws upon regular and repeated fieldwork going back to the late 1970sUses a wide range of Vietnamese language and other sources