As in most low-income countries, the majority of the poor population in Viet Nam is found in rural areas, where agriculture provides the primary means of livelihood.
This paper reviews the available data on men’s and women’s land rights, identifies what can and cannot be measured by these data, and uses these measures to assess the gaps in the land rights of wo
This paper documents a Vietnam Social Accounting Matrix (SAM) for the year 2007.
This paper examines how a changing climate may affect rice production and how Vietnamese farmers are likely to adapt to various climatic conditions using an innovative yield function approach, taki
To promote development, there is increasing need for activities and policies which generate and diversify income in rural areas.
Although agriculture only contributes 20 percent to GDP in Vietnam, over 70 percent of the population relies on the sector.
CSR Asia has published a new report on Conflicts Over Land: A Role of Responsible and Inclusive Business.
When women hold land title in rural Vietnam, their households are more prosperous, poverty is less and capital investment levels higher than in households where a man holds sole title, new
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