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This book, written by economists of Vietnamese origin, is an extremely comprehensive collection on economic issues facing Vietnam. The chapters cover the full spectrum of economic topics, ranging from macroeconomics, microeconomics and international trade to sectoral and structural issues such as agriculture, education, communication, institutional reforms as well as income distribution and poverty measurement. Themes covered in this insightful book include: the success of Vietnam's Doi-Moi in the early 1990s the slowdown of economic growth in recent years the rapidly changing external environment due to globalization the growing environmental degradation and income inequality. The Vietnamese Economy will greatly interest a wide range of readers, from students of transition economies and Asian studies, through academics and researchers in these areas to policy makers, advisers and business persons with interests in Asia.
Binh Tran-Nam is Senior Lecturer at the University of New South Wales. Chi Do Pham is Visiting Associate Professor at the American University and was previously Senior Economist with the IMF.