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SUMMARY

Welcoming Note 5

Conference Scope 4

Keynotes 6

Committees 8

Conference Venue 9

Program Overview 10

Program in Details 11

List of Abstracts 31

Message from Chair of the Organizing Committee


It is a great pleasure for me to welcome you to the 5th International Conference on Vietnamese Studies.
The conference – organized under different themes every four years – has become a big and prestigious academic forum nationally and internationally. It has provided a platform for thousands of leading researchers and scientists studying Vietnam from all over the world. It has become a meeting place for them to get together to share their latest research results in a variety of fields such as culture, history, economics, politics, social affairs, science-technology, education-training, the environment, and international relations of Vietnam.

Under the theme of “Sustainable Development in the Context of Global Change”, the 5th International Conference on Vietnamese Studies aims to establish an international academic forum for discussing and proposing specific solutions to contemporary issues facing Vietnam in the context of global change. Besides, the conference also aims to further promote the development of Vietnamese studies on a global scale.

The 5th International Conference on Vietnamese Studies is organized by Vietnam National University, Hanoi in collaboration with Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences; Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology; Vietnam National University, Ho Chi Minh City; Ministry of Education and Training; Ministry of Science and Technology; Ministry of Foreign Affairs; Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism; Ministry of Industry and Trade; Ministry of Planning and Investment; Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development; Ministry of Labor, Invalids and Social Affairs; Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment; and Ministry of Information and Communications. We take this opportunity to thank them for their cooperation.

We are thankful to the many Vietnamese and international speakers, especially 25 outstanding Guest Keynote Speakers, who have accepted our invitations and are happy to present their researches on Vietnam and Vietnamese studies at the conference.

Our thanks also go to all the submitted authors, scientific committee members, attendees, and particularly conference participants who serve as presenters, session chairs, and discussants.

The conference would not have become a reality without the help of the many people who have worked with us in planning and organizing the technical program and logistic arrangements. In particular, we thank the International Advisory Board for their wise advice and brilliant suggestion on the Conference program; the Program Committee for their thorough and timely reviewing of the papers, and our sponsors who have helped us to enable ICVS 2016 as we all expect. Special thanks should also go to the Local Organizing Committee members who have worked extremely hard for the details of important aspects of the conference programs and other activities during the Conference. 5th International Conference on Vietnamese Studies is indebted to hundreds of volunteers who have



contributed to the various processes that make up the conference and it would not be possible for me to name them all in this short message.

Finally, we would like to thank Professor Phung Xuan Nha, Minister of Education and Training, and Professor Nguyen Kim Son, President of the Vietnam National University, Hanoi for their constant encouragement and fruitful support.

On behalf of the Organizing Committee, I wish the conference a great success. I do hope that you will find the conference an intellectually stimulating, productive and collaborative event, and apart from it, you will have time to enjoy the architectural, cultural and natural beauty of our Capital – Hanoi.

The Conference Chair

Nguyen Huu Duc

Conference Scope
The 5th International Conference on Vietnamese Studies is organized by Vietnam National University, Hanoi (VNU Hanoi) with collaborating organizations: Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences; Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology; Vietnam National University, Ho Chi Minh City; Ministry of Education and Training; Ministry of Science and Technology; Ministry of Foreign Affairs; Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism; Ministry of Industry and Trade; Ministry of Planning and Investment; Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development; Ministry of Labor, Invalids and Social Affairs; Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment.

The main topics of the conference include, but not limited to:



Section 1: Foreign relations, international cooperation and integration

* Vietnam in an emerging regional order

* Vietnam and ASEAN Communities

* Towards regional cooperation for peace and security in Bien Dong

* Cultural foreign relations

* Vietnam’s participation in international organizations and forums

* The role of Vietnamese communities abroad

* Vietnam and TPP



Section 2: Cultural resources

* Current condition of culture in Vietnam

* Structure, methodologies and directions for developing cultural resources

* Cultural exchange and acculturation

* Development of Vietnamese core values

* Culture and entertainment industry in Vietnam

* Dignity, personality, lifestyle and trends

Section 3: Education and training and human resource development

* Policies and resources for education

* National education system

* National Qualification Framework and capability of Vietnam human resource in joining global labor market

* Creativity education and startup

* Technologies for blended learning

* Training and continuing training for teacher

* Building a learning society



Section 4: Technology and knowledge transfer

* Policy and resources for development of science and technology market

* Strategic technologies of Vietnam

* National innovation system

* Ecosystem of entrepreneurship

Section 5: Economy and Livelihood

* Vietnam macro-economy

* Vietnam economic sectors/industries

* Vietnam Enterprises

* Labor and employment in Vietnam

* Income and social equality

* Environment, immigration, urbanization, green economy and inclusive growth

Section 6: Climate change

* The current status, trends, impacts, vulnerability and opportunities

* Assessment and forecast of capabilities and solutions for adaptation and resistance to climate change; economic and adaptive livelihood models

* Assessment and forecast of greenhouse gas emissions; solutions and economic models for climate change mitigation

* Responding to climate change and sustainable development model
Keynotes
Section 1: Foreign relations, international cooperation and integration

Brantly Womack

University of Virginia, USA

Managing the Vietnam – China – United States Triangle

Alexander L. Vuving

Asia-Pacific Center for Studies, USA

Vietnam Facing International Power Vortices

Carl Thayer

Australian Defense Force Academy, Australia

Vietnam’s Proactive International Integration: Case Studies in Defense Cooperation

Pittaya Suvakunta

Thammasat University, Thailand

The relationship Thailand - Vietnam 40 years (1976-2016 AD): Thailand's investment in Vietnam

Lam Ngo

Leiden University, Netherlands

Maps with Stories: Dutch Maps of Vietnam

Vladimir Kolotov

St. Petersburg State University, Russia

Vietnam in the context of struggle between the major powers for new regional order

Section 2: Cultural resources

Alexey Polyakov

Moscow State University, Russia

The Aspect of the Existence of the State Daikoviet in Vietnam in X-XI Centuries

Detlef Briesen

Giessen University, Germany

Urban Cultures in the Age of Post-Suburbia

Section 3: Education and training and human resource development

Paul Glewwe

University of Minnesota, USA

What explains Vietnam’s exceptional performance relative to other countries, and what explains gaps within Vietnam, on the 2012 PISA assessment?

Oscar Salemink

University of Copenhagen, Denmark

Social capital as investment in the future: Kinship relations in financing children’s education during reforms in a Vietnamese village

Christopher M. McDonald

The Olympia School, Vietnam

Creating innovation in students and schools: blended learning & interdisciplinary studies

Andy Mink

National Humanities Center, USA

Understanding Complex Landscape of Memory, Commemoration, and Culture with Location-based Technology

Tatsuya Kusakabe

Hiroshima University, Japan

Education policy formation for school improvement practices at lower secondary level in Hanoi, Vietnam –new quality issue after the law on residence in 2006

Section 4: Technology and knowledge transfer

Ho Tu Bao

Japan Advanced Institute

of Science and Technology (JAIST), Japan

Renovation for science and technology to

play a key role in the country development

Alistair Nolan

Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD)

Making Things in 2030 – The Implications for Policy

Teppei Ono

HPC Systems Inc., Japan

Importance of Knowledge and Technology Transfer between Research Institution and Industry on Computational Science

Section 5: Economy and Livelihood

Ricardo Hausmann

Harvard University, United Stated of America

The Economy Complexity of Viet Nam: A cross-country and sub-national comparison

Tran Van Tho

Waseda University, Japan

Vietnam’s industrialization in the new context of the world economy

Vu Minh Khuong

National University of Singapore, Singapore

Vietnam's Productivity Challenges and Strategic Policy Issues

Kenichi Ohno

National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies, Japan

The Quality of Industrial Policy and Middle Income Traps: Comparing Vietnam with Other Countries

Claudio Dordi

MUTRAP Vietnam

How Do Preferential Trade Agreements address ‘Competitive Neutrality’ Between State and Private Owned Enterprises?

Nguyen Hong Son

VNU Hanoi, Vietnam

Taiwanese Investment in Vietnam: Current Development and Issues

Pham Hoang Mai

Ministry of Planning and Investment, Vietnam

Vietnam Green growth strategy (VGGS) - Pathways toward implementing the Paris Agreement

Vo Đai Luoc

Vietnam Asia Pacific Economic Center, Vietnam

Economic Restructuring in Vietnam – Risks and Solutions

Section 6: Climate change

Andrew Baird

University of Leeds, England

Tropical peatlands, restoration, and climate change: an overview of research approaches

Kensuke Fukushi

The University of Tokyo, Japan

Projection of health risk increase due to climate change through exposure to pathogens in urban flood water

Diana Urge-Vorsatz

Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change

Mitigating climate change in the context of sustainable development
Committees
Steering Committee

* Phung Xuan Nha, Minister of Education and Training

* Nguyen Kim Son, President of Vietnam National University Hanoi

* Pham Cong Tac, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Science and Technology

* Huynh Thanh Dat, Vice President of Vietnam National University, Ho Chi Minh City

* Nguyen Quang Thuan, Vice President of Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences

* Phan Van Kiem, Vice President of Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology

* Vu Minh Giang, Senior Specialist, VNU Hanoi

* Nguyen Huu Duc, Vice President of Vietnam National University, Hanoi
International Advisory Board

* Paul Chan, HELP University, Malaysia

* Vu Minh Giang, Vietnam National University, Hanoi, Vietnam

* Jeffrey Gross, Arizona State University, USA

* Nguyen Duc Khuong, IPAG Business School, France

* Phan Huy Le, Vietnam Association of Historians

* Furuta Motoo, Vietnam Japan University, Japan

* Charles C. Nguyen, The Catholic University of America, USA

* Luu Tran Tieu, National Culture Heritage Committee, Vietnam

* Tran Van Tho, Waseda University, Japan


Local Organizing Committee

* Nguyen Huu Duc, VNU Hanoi

* Pham Van Duc, Vietnam Academy of Social Science

* Vu Van Tich, VNU Hanoi

* Tran Thi An, Vietnam Academy of Social Science

* Pham Quoc Anh, Ministry of Industry and Trade

* Tran Viet Dung, VNU Hanoi

* Vu Minh Giang, VNU Hanoi

* Nguyen Thi Hien, Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism

* Pham Xuan Hoan, VNU Hanoi

* Vu Xuan Hung, Ministry of Labour – Invalids and Social Affair

* Huynh Thi Lan Huong, Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment

* Nguyen Thai Yen Huong, Ministry of Foreign Affairs

* Nghiem Xuan Huy, VNU Hanoi.

* Nguyen Hoang Lan, Ministry of Education and Training

* Le Kim Long, VNU Hanoi

* Nguyen Viet Loc, VNU Hanoi

* Pham Quang Minh, VNU Hanoi

* Mai Trong Nhuan, VNU Hanoi

* Nguyen Hong Son, VNU Hanoi

* Dinh Vu Thanh, Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development

* Tu Diep Cong Thanh, VNU Hochiminh City

* Le Quang Thanh, Ministry of Science and Technology

* Nguyen Thi Anh Thu, VNU Hanoi

* Pham Bao Son, VNU Hanoi

* Pham Hong Tung, VNU Hanoi


Conference Venue
National Conference Center

The Gate No 1, Thang Long Avenue, Me Tri Ward,



Nam Tu Liem District, Hanoi



The Vietnam National Convention Center is a convention center in Tu Liem District of Hanoi, Vietnam.

It is located on Pham Hung boulevard. It was designed by Gerkan, Marg and Partner

Program Overview

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