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Improving the Planning and Use of Leaders and Managers in the new Era (20/08/2013)

Tran Dinh Thang PhD., Military Technical Academy Leaders and managers play an important and core role in the apparatus and, at the same time, the decisive factor to the quality and efficiency of the political system, the key to success or failure of the revolution in close connection to the destiny of the Party, the State, the nation and the social system. For having a contingent of qualified leaders and managers who are capable of meeting the requirements and tasks of the revolution in the new era, the work of personnel planning must be well done, comprehensively and unanimously, in which the work of planning and using leaders and managers is special importance. This is the key content of the personnel work for having and securing a potential source of cadres, well meeting the requirements of the revolution at present and for the long run.*

Renovating the Current Mechanism of Management over State-owned Enterprises in Vietnam (20/08/2013)

Ngo Van Vu Ph.D., Vietnam Social Sciences Review Reforming State-owned enterprises (SOEs) is one of the most important contents of Vietnam’s economic reform. This process started from Doi Moi (Renovation) period and has been especially strengthened for 10 years recently. For more than two decades, there has witnessed significant developments of State-owned enterprises, which enabled the State economy secure its leading role and manage the key areas and products of the economy. However, in face of new requirements of the economy, State-owned enterprises have still exposed a number of limitations and weaknesses, with many problems and difficulties coming from not only the enterprises but also from the State management mechanism. Therefore, the State needs to continue renovating, adjusting and enhancing the management mechanism toward State-owned enterprises to meet the requirements of the current market economy in Vietnam.

Industrial Clustering Policy and Economic Restructure in Vietnam (20/08/2013)

Pham Thi Thanh Hong Nguyen Binh Giang Ph.D., School of Economic and Management, Hanoi University of Science and Technology Ph.D., Institute of  World Economics and Politics. Article is being updated

Discussion About the Mechanism for Security Cooperation in the East Asia Context (20/08/2013)

Pham Quy Long PhD. Institute of Northeast Asian Studies Introduction*      Analyze the security in the International and East Asia context recently showed that when the challenges of the traditional security can not decrease, the non-traditional security, marine security, water source security, food security, internet security…will be increased as the high complex and risky international problems. Therefore, searching the suitable co-operate security mechanism in East Asia, in which, creating the new structure or the new controlling system more effectively is very important but it is not easy because this mechanism required it should be built on the balance security between the benefit of each country as well as East Asia. Although the East Asian countries spent the great effort to find and build the effective security system, but until now, they still have not built the suitable co-operation to cope the above challenges. The historical lessons and the facts proved that each party will become development and prosperous by maintaining the balance and stable security system. From the academic point of view, this paper will come from re-examination the current security co-operated mechanism in order to analyze and build the new co-operate mechanism toward the balance security in East Asia area.

Cooperation and Development in The Greater Mekong Subregion and Challenges to Vietnam’s Green Growth (20/08/2013)

Nguyen Manh Hung PhD. Institute of World Economics and Politics, VASS. Article is being updated

Renovating Vietnam’s Growth Model for Sustainable Economic Development in 2011-2020 (20/08/2013)

Nguyen Cao Duc MA. Center for Analysis and Forecasting Article is being updated  

The Model of Economic Zone from Theory to Practice in Vietnam (20/08/2013)

Nguyen Duc Kien PhD., Economic Committee of the 13th National Assembly of Vietnam   Article is being updated

China’s Green Economy and Policy Implications for Vietnam (20/08/2013)

Kim Ngoc Assoc. Prof.PhDVietnam Academy of Social Science For some recent decades, the economy of China has developed with extremely tremendous achievements, making China today the second largest economy in the world. However, according to many analysts, the development of Chinese economy is unsustainable: the gains are outweighed by increasing costs such as rising social inequality, serious environmental problems… Therefore, the Chinese government is now shifting to adopt a new development strategy toward a green economy that grows stably and sustainably, and giving priority on growth quality. This strategy is a leap from the old growth model which is resource-dependent or resource-intensive to a new one which is resource-saving. This paper focuses on China’s policies for developing a green economy, and on the basis on which draws some policy implications for Vietnam.

East Asian Economic Integration: Taiwan’s Role (20/08/2013)

Pham Thi Thanh Binh Assoc. Prof. PhD Institute of World Economics and Politics Article is being updated

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