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dc.contributor.advisorBui, Anh-Tuan-
dc.contributor.advisorLa, Viet-Phuong-
dc.contributor.advisorNguyen, Minh-Hoang-
dc.contributor.advisorPham, Hung-Hiep-
dc.contributor.advisorPham, Thanh-Hang-
dc.contributor.advisorVu, Thi-Hanh-
dc.contributor.advisorVuong, Thu-Trang-
dc.contributor.advisorHo, Manh-Toan-
dc.contributor.authorVuong, Quan-Hoang-
dc.description.abstractThree major scientific policies implemented in 2008, 2014, and 2017 have pushed Vietnam’s social sciences and humanities (SSH) toward higher international standards. This study uses descriptive and Bayesian approaches on a dataset of 1,564 Vietnamese authors in the 2008–18 period to understand the changes under the new policies and the remaining challenges. The findings indicate that Economics is the most productive SSH field, with 858 publications in 11 years. Even though the number of authors has risen rapidly, gender disparity is still an issue. Economics has benefitted the most from Vietnam's development, and to a lesser extent, so have Education and Social Medicine. Future policies should aim to provide an enabling environment for female and early career researchers in every SSH field in Vietnam. The study calls for responsible usage of cross-discipline publication data to maintain a transparent source of
dc.publisherResearch Evaluationvi
dc.titleMirror, mirror on the wall: is economics the fairest of them all? An investigation into the social sciences and humanities in Vietnamvi
dc.typeWorking Papervi
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