Jul 23, 2020

Reforming Higher Education in Vietnam Challenges and Priorities /


Abstract

Edited by Grant Harman, Martin Hayden, Thanh Nghi Pham.
Higher Education in Vietnam: Reform, Challenges and Priorities -- Vietnam's Higher Education System -- Higher Education in Vietnam 1986-1998: Education in Transition to a New Era? -- The Higher Education Reform Agenda: A Vision for 2020 -- Reforming Teaching and Learning in Vietnam's Higher Education System -- The Research Role of Vietnam's Universities -- Research-Industry Cooperation Supporting Development in Vietnam: The Challenge of Translating Policy into Practice -- Intellectual Property and Vietnam's Higher Education System -- Reforming the Governance of Higher Education in Vietnam -- Processes for Strategic Planning in Vietnam's Higher Education System -- Processes of Modernisation in Two Public Universities in Vietnam: University Managers' Perspectives -- Optimising the Impact of Vietnam's Higher Education Sector on Socio-Economic Development -- Accreditation in Vietnam's Higher Education System -- Internationalisation of Vietnamese Higher Education: Retrospect and Prospect -- Private Higher Education in Vietnam.

Reforming Higher Education in Vietnam Challenges and Priorities /


The research role of Vietnamese universities

The Government of Vietnam plans that research and development (R&D), especially in science and technology (S&T), should be the key element of its growth strategy to create an industrial and modernized society by 2020. This growth strategy also envisages an enhanced role for university research and for university research and technology transfer links with industry. While substantial higher education reform has been achieved since the early 1990 s, the capacity of universities to contribute to R&D and technology transfer is still severely limited, owing to relatively few university staff being active researchers, inadequate research facilities, lack of trained younger research personnel, inadequate government research funding and lack of a research culture that values research activities and the production of research outputs.

Keywords: Universities research R&D innovation system industry lmodernisation developing economy

Ethics collections linked to business and intercultural ethics


Dear Friends,

New course on Ethics starting by early August 2020:

Useful links to our collection on Ethics, compiled for the needs of our course on Responsible Leadership.




6010 Intercultural ethics -https://repository.globethics.net/handle/20.500.12424/35- work in progress



On Plagiarism

RePEc plagiarism links

Plagiarism in an offense and should be taken seriously. It is linked to publication ethics. 

Here are some sources found for you.

Plagiarism on Wikipedia
Plagiarism on Wikiversity
What is plagiarism? on plagiarism.org
Ethical duties of authors from Elsevier
Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE)
Journal Editor Ethics
Retraction Watch blog
Plagiarism Advice
Plagiarism Today blog
Infographic: Did I plagiarize?

Literature in Economics on plagiarism:

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Anita H.