Beginning its transition in 1977 from bureaucratic central planning to a market-oriented economy and to a more open political system in 1979, Vietnam initiated a comprehensive program of renovation known as "Doi Moi" in 1986. In this volume, Vietnamese and Western scholars address key issues of reform in Vietnam. The contributors explore the origins of "Doi Moi", the Vietnamese response to the changes sweeping the communist world since the 1970s, and the stresses inherent in the reform process. They also compare "Doi Moi" with other attempts at reform and assess Vietnam's prospects for stable growth and development under communist rule.
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Kayano Shigeru is the founder and director of the Kayano Shigeru Ainu Memorial Museum. He is a Diet member, the first Ainu to be elected. Kyoko Selden teaches Japanese at Cornell University. Lili Selden is a graduate student in Japanese literature at the University of Michigan.
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Book Description Westview Press, 1993. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110813385903
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