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This video series by UNU-WIDER tells the story of Viet Nam’s data revolution. To build on its success in poverty reductions, the country needed better data to continue pressing forward through its ongoing economic transition. Researchers and policy makers are working together to get the information required to continue designing effective policies.
1. Mini-documentary: Viet Nam’s Data Revolution
2. Dang Kim Son – Same people, new data
3. Nguyen Thi Lan Huong – Lessons for data gathering
4. Vy Xuan Nguyet Hong – Choosing the right partners
5. Dang Thi Thu Hoai – Modelling the economy
6. Nguyen Dinh Cung – Collaboration for better policy
7. Finn Tarp – Long-term collaboration
8. Pham Chi Lan – Lessons for researchers
9. Le Ngu Binh – Building trust in research
10. Khai Luu Duc – Steps to informing policy
11. Nguyen Do Anh Tuan – How to improve rural policy
12. Series teaser – How to build a data revolution
13. Thoughts on UNU-WIDER – Hanoi, Viet Nam
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