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Conclusion : a diverse approach to research on urban issues

Authors: Cusset, Jean-Michel; Castiglioni, Franck; Gubry, Patrick; Nguyên, Thi Thiêng; Pham, Thuy Huong;

Conclusion : a diverse approach to research on urban issues

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This work is reproduced here with the kind permission of the publisher, ISEAS - Yusof Ishak Institute, http://bookshop.iseas.edu.sg; International audience; There is no point in attempting to formulate a synthesis of the présentations contained in the présent publication given the diversity of the subjects. Our ambition here is, firstly, to recapitulate on some of the issues dealt with by the PRUD (Urban Research Programme for Development) projects, as well as to review some of the main characteristics of urban mutations in Vietnam during the current transition period as outlined in the work carried out by the research teams. Secondly, we will suggest orientations for future research: based on existing knowledge accumulated through research projects carried out within the scope of the PRUD, we will either further investigate current thèmes and issues or explore new ones.

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MOBILITE, AIDE AU DEVELOPPEMENT, COOPERATION SCIENTIFIQUE, DOI MOI, GESTION DE L'EAU, INFRASTRUCTURE, [SHS.ECO]Humanities and Social Sciences/Economics and Finance, Urban mutation, Urban Planning, MODELE, AIDE PUBLIQUE, Urban management, GESTION URBAINE, Vietnam, TRANSPORT URBAIN, RECENSEMENT, TRANSITION URBAINE, AMENAGEMENT URBAIN, VRD, urban transport, [SHS.ECO] Humanities and Social Sciences/Economics and Finance, VIE ASSOCIATIVE, POLITIQUE DU LOGEMENT, RECHERCHE URBAINE, Urban mobility

1 For example, Lettre de l'IPRAUS [Bulletin of the Parisian Research Institute: Architecture, Urbanism & Society] and Lettre de l'AFRASE [Bulletin of the French Association for Research in Southeast Asia] contain such information.

2 This theme is addressed in a research project funded by the Priority Solidarity Fund (FSP) of the French Embassy in Vietnam, on the subject of "Migration, Poverty and Urban Environment: Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City". The project is conducted in cooperation with IRD in Paris, IDS in Ho Chi Minh City, and IPSS in Hanoi.

3 A research project has just been carried out on this topic. See: Villes en Transition Vietnam [Cities in Transition], Ho Chi Minh City Centre for Sociology and Development Studies, Hanoi Institute of Sociology, "Impacts of Existing Residence Registration Policy on Urban Poverty Alleviation. Two Case Studies in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City". Ho Chi Minh City, 2005, 278 pp.

4 A qualitative study has been conducted on this topic at the initiative of the French Red Cross, in association with the Vietnamese Red Cross.

5 See for instance: Diaz, Olvera L., D. Plat, P. Pochet and M. Sahabana. "Mobilité et pauvreté en Afrique sub-saharienne: Eclairages à partir de quelques enquêtesménages [Mobility and poverty in Sub-Saharan Africa: Evaluation Based on a few Household Surveys]. In Mobilité et systèmes de transport en Afrique sub-saharienne: les défis de la pauvreté. [Mobility and Transport Systems in Sub-Saharan Africa: The Challenges of Poverty]. SITRASS 8 proceedings, Saly, March 2004, MIET, IRD, LET, INRETS, 530 pp.

6 The "Mid-term Census" in Ho Chi Minh City from October 2004 was the first to take into account foreign nationals.

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