Vietnam’s Doi Moi Policy and Globalisation

The privatization of state-owned enterprises in Vietnam has been high on the political agenda of the Vietnamese government since the announcement of the Doi-moi policy in 1986.

In this article, the author examines the Vietnamese macroeconomic framework in which the privatization process took place as a result of change management in Vietnam’s modernisation efforts.

The purpose of this paper is to describe how a change strategy is conceived, defined and implemented in a context of change with the State as the main actor in the context of globalisation. The work focuses on how the restructuring process was implemented in Vietnam during the period between 1992-2012.

Original title: Doctoral Thesis : Restructuration des Enterprises au Vietnam in French. English translation of excerpts by the Author for the Vietnam Hoc Institute research project (2021).

Author: Anh Tho Andres, Vietnam in Transition: Education, Culture and Ethics (Volume 1), Geneva: Globethics.net, Vietnam Ethics Series, 2022.

Keywords: Vietnam, restructuring, public enterprises, corporate social responsibility, responsible leadership, transition, privatization, developing countries (DCs), theory of change

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