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Assessment of the delivery of the Vietnam development report 2010

Research reports

Written by Arnaldo Pellini

The Vietnam Development Reports (VDRs) is a series of reports, which have been published by the World Bank resident mission since 2002, and focus on key development issues for Vietnam. The VDRs aim at tapping into existing knowledge, achieving an 'upstream harmonisation' so that donors can engage with the government through a common message, and utilises reviewing committees consisting of Vietnamese experts who are employed in their personal capacity to help to improve the understanding of the policy environment in Vietnam. The timing of the VDRs has always been planned to have a six months interval between the poverty reduction support credit process and the release of the VDR at the end of the calendar year. This study is organised as follows: in the next section we describe the analytical framework that has informed the study approach. Section three describes the research activities. Section four provides an analysis of the uptake of the VDR 2010. Section five includes the analysis of outcomes of the VDR 2010. Section six summarises the main conclusions and provides some recommendations

Arnaldo Pellini, Vu Phuong Thao, Nguyen Le Hoang