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1. VIETSURVEY team to work with Technology and Social change group (TASCHA) on “Vietnam CPO study”
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... and information access to community and inform to other countries under GL/BMGF spectrum. At the meetings, Vietsurvey team shared their valid experiences from Mid-term Evaluation of “Improvement of computer ...
Created on 02 January 2014
2. OXFAM, IPSARD and VIETSURVEY jointly host technical workshop on 2012 FPV national report
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Upon completion of the 2012 data collection, the first wave of the 4 year longitudinal data for Oxfam and IDS research project in ten countries, VIETSURVEY and IPSARD are going to host technical workshop ...
Created on 29 January 2013
3. Vietnamese well-being in era of food price volatility
(Working papers)
The research contributes to the overall improvement of food security of poor and vulnerable people, exposed to food price volatility in developing countries. This year report generates evidence on effects ...
Created on 07 November 2012
4. The Great Recession and Developing Countries
(Books)
 Nhat Nguyen Duc (VIETSURVEY), Anh Nguyen Ngoc, Chuc Nguyen Dinh (DEPOCEN) & Thang Nguyen (CAF) (Contributors), Dec 2010, The Great Recession and Developing Countries: Economic Impact and Growth ...
Created on 31 August 2012
5. The Great Recession and Developing Countries
(Attached to Article: Khủng hoàng kinh tế và những nước đang phát triển: tác động kinh tế và triển vọng phát triển)
The Great Recession and Developing Countries (Filename: The Great Recession and Developing Countries.pdf)  ...
Created on 31 July 2014
6. The Great Recession and Developing Countries
(Attached to Article: The Great Recession and Developing Countries)
The Great Recession and Developing Countries (Filename: The Great Recession and Developing Countries.compressed.pdf)  ...
Created on 23 July 2014

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