- Historical analysis of the process by which Vietnam’s SOEs shifted from central-planning to operation in an increasingly globalised market economy
- Draws upon regular and repeated fieldwork going back to the late 1970s
- Uses a wide range of Vietnamese language and other sources
Table of Contents
- Scene-setting and overview of the book; The DRV, the development goals of unreformed Vietnamese communism and what went wrong – the limits of national liberation; Vietnamese state industry: policy debates before 1979; Vietnamese neo-Stalinism and its feet of clay – from reunification to August 1979; The transitional model of the 1980s: a new solution? Just how important was policy? Spontaneous decentralisation, 1979–1980; The attempted recentralisation, 1980–1985; From the 1986 Sixth Congress to the emergence of the SOE-focused model of the 1990s; State industry: from the early 1990s and the ‘big surprise’ to the gathering problems of the late 1990s and 2000s; Conclusions – state industry and the Vietnamese experience.
- No. of pages: 300
- Language: English
- Copyright: © Chandos Publishing 2007
- Published: February 28, 2007
- Imprint: Chandos Publishing
- eBook ISBN: 9781780632537
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