VIETNAM IN THE ERA OF DOI MOI: Issue-Oriented Organizations and Their Relationship to the Government

  title={VIETNAM IN THE ERA OF DOI MOI: Issue-Oriented Organizations and Their Relationship to the Government},
  author={Joerg Wischermann},
  journal={Asian Survey},
Abstract In spring 2000, our research team identified 322 issue-oriented organizations in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City, i.e., non-state, voluntary, non-profit-oriented organizations actively working on social, educational, environmental, community, and other issues. We interviewed 136 representatives of these organizations. This article presents selected findings and a theoretical analysis of the data. 

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