Agricultural policies in transitional Vietnam: the making and their impacts

Crawford School of Public Policy
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Event details

ACDE Seminar

Date & time

Tuesday 05 April 2022
2.00pm–3.30pm

Venue

Weston Theatre , Crawford School of Public Policy, No 132, Lennox Crossing, The ANU

Speaker

Hoa Nguyen, Australian National University

Hybrid event, Weston Theatre and Zoom

Agricultural policies play a crucial role in shaping socio-economic development outcomes for transitional economies since agriculture involves a good share of the population, especially the poor. These policies are especially interesting in the case of Vietnam – a country that has transformed from a command into a market economy but maintained the socialist orientation.

In this seminar, Dr. Hoa Nguyen will present results from her recently co-authored papers on Vietnam’s main changes in agricultural policies. She will discuss how the policies have affected farm productivity and social outcomes and how the tension between enhancing economic efficiency and keeping social equity in check has influenced these policies’ formulation.

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