ĐÁNH GIÁ TÁC ĐỘNG DỰ ÁN GIẢM NGHÈO KHU VỰC T Y NGUYÊN – KHẢO SÁT CUỐI KỲ

Client: The Ministry of Planning and Investment (MPI) & the World Bank (WB) Time: 09 – 12/2019 Overview: The Government of Vietnam, MPI and the WB have launched the Central Highlands Poverty Reduction Project (CHPRP) in 6 provinces (4 Central Highland provinces – Dak Nong, Dak Lak, Kon Tum, Gia Lai and 2 Central Southern…

DỰ ÁN ĐÁNH GIÁ TÁC ĐỘNG CẦU CAO LÃNH – KHẢO SÁT GIỮA KỲ

Client: The Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) Time: 06 – 10/2019 Overview: Since 2011, with funding support from the Government of Australia, the Government of South Korea and Asian Development Bank, the Government of Vietnam has implemented the Central Mekong Delta Connectivity Project (CMDP) to enhance transport mobility in the Mekong Delta…

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Client: The World Bank  Time: 08 – 12/2018 Overview: Over the period May 2007 through June 2016, the Government of Vietnam implemented an ambitious Mekong Delta Transport Infrastructure Development Project (MDTIDP) in an amount of US$396.3 million with funding support from the World Bank Group and the Government of Australia. The project was implemented across…

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Name of Client: Asian Development Bank Institute (ADBI) Country: Vietnam Location within country: Hanoi, Bac Ninh, Quang Nam, Dong Thap, Ho Chi Minh City Start date (month/year): 03/2019 Completion date (month/year): 07/2019 Description of Project: The project includes the design and implementation of surveys on household usage of financial technology in selected Asian countries to…

Oxfam

Client: Oxfam in Vietnam Time: 11/2018 – 02/2020 Overview: Vietnam has demonstrated that it is possible to achieve both a high growth rate and consistently reduce poverty levels. Nonetheless, a significant challenge for the future is still posed, given the current reduced growth rates and high budget deficits, which will limit public spending and the ability…

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Client: Center for Development and Integration Overview: Living wages are still a relatively new concept for the public and policy makers in Vietnam. Many state agencies, enterprises believe that living wage is a salary if employees only work during normal working time. However, living wage refers to the wage which employees receive for normal working…

Save the Children

Client: Save the Children in Vietnam Time: 03/2019 – 09/2019 Overview: Save the Children (SC), through Vietnam Sponsorship Programme, is partipating in the building up of human capital in Vietnam. The programme aims at giving children the best chance for a lifetime of success by transforming the lives of children and ensures children have the…

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On July 25th, the Director of Mekong Development Research Institute (MDRI) has attended the Conference of ISEAS – Yusof Ishak Institute on Inequality and Exclusion in Southeast Asia. This conference presents eight Southeast Asian country cases. Each study provides an overview of inequality in income, wealth and opportunity, a discussion of salient features of inequality…

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Female leadership and borrowing constraints: Evidence from an emerging economy Anh Tuan Bui, Cuong Viet Nguyen , Thu Phuong Pham and Duc Tung Phung JEL classification: J16 J54 L25 Keywords: CEO gender, Credit access, Vietnam Abstract This study investigates the differences in credit access between male-managed and female-managed firms usingtwo Enterprise Censuses in Vietnam. Our…

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