2. Andrey V. Anosov

Green Revolution and Vietnam

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Andrey V. Anosov

Senior Researcher of the Institute of the countries of the East, Doctor of Economics

Rozhdestvenskaya Str. 12, Moscow, Russian Federation, 107031

Aim. This study assesses the viability, feasibility, and risks of a green revolution in the economic development of Vietnam.
Tasks. The authors develop a mechanism for implementation of a green revolution in a developing country.
Methods. This study uses general scientific methods of cognition to examine the viability, feasibility, and risks of a green revolution in Vietnam’s economic development.
Results. Green revolution is a new solution to the global problem of pollution that has been tackled by scientists, international development institutions, and leading countries. Vietnam has been putting considerable effort into the development of a green model for economic growth.
Conclusion. Transition of Vietnam’s national economy toward an environmental framework is public administration’s medium-term objective. It has garnered substantial political support but is now weighed down by major financial and environmental problems.

Keywords: globalization, management, Vietnam, population, economy, green economy, green development, green revolution

Citation: Anosov A.V. Zelenaya revolyutsiya I V’etnam [Green Revolution and Vietnam]. Ekonomika i Upravlenie, 2018, no. 9 (155), pp. 12–15.

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