Working papers

Growth Strategy with Social Capital and Physical Capital - Theory and Evidence, The Case of Vietnam

We study the impact of social capital in both simple theoretical and empirical model with the main assumption is the price of physical capital is a decreasing function of social capital. In our theoretical model, there exists a critical value such that firm will not invest in social capital if its saving is lower than the critical value and otherwise

Mapping the reform process in the public delivery of Social protection services in Viet Nam

The 2010 Human Development Report is informed by the insights of Amartya Sen (1999) on the importance of investing in human capabilities to promote broader national development, and Joseph Schumpeter’s ideas on the vital role that institutions play in shaping the enabling environment for the realisation of such capabilities (see Hosper, 2005)
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