This book provides an overview of the science, technology, and innovation (STI) policies in Vietnam in a globalized world. Science, technology and innovation policies play important roles in boosting research and development, promoting entrepreneurship and building national innovation systems, especially in developing countries. The author offers in-depth analyses and insights on the STI system of Vietnam and provides comparisons with the major STI development trends around the world. Each chapter of the book includes intensive studies and analyses of the STI system and policies in Vietnam, providing valuable arguments and essential tools for students, researchers, and policy makers in the field of science and technology management, political science, public policy and business studies. The author then addresses potential challenges and proposes policy recommendations to overcome them to improve the performance of the Vietnam's STI system in the context of globalized economies and international integration of science and technology.
Dao Thanh Truong
is Dean of the Faculty of Management Science and Director of the Institute of Policy and Management at the University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Vietnam National University, Hanoi, Vietnam. He has authored over 50 papers in domestic and international scientific journals, many monographs and references on policy and management studies, science, technology and innovation policies, and social mobility of S&T human resources. He has chaired many key national-level projects and coordinated dozens of international projects with Ministry of Science and Technology, Vietnam, Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung, Germany, Korea Research Institute (KRI) and many other international organizations.