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Vietnam: Decentralization Amidst Fragmentation
Abstract:

Since Doi Moi (1986), decentralization in Vietnam has been expanded, but still limited to fiscal and administrative rather than political decentralization. From the central perspective, decentralization has undermined the uniformity of national policies and encouraged unhealthy competition among local governments. For local governments, decentralization has not always been accompanied by institutional autonomy and sufficient financial resources.

Type:
Policy Research
Language:
English
Date Published:
Oct 20, 2016
Pages:
21
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