NGO Microfinance in Vietnam: Stakeholders' Perspective on Effectiveness

By Hong Son Nghiem and James Laurenceson.

Published by The Sustainability Collection

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This study explores perspectivess of stakeholders on the effectiveness of microfinance services provided by NGOs in Vietnam.

Keywords: Microfinance, Vietnam, NGOs, Effectiveness, Viability

International Journal of Environmental, Cultural, Economic and Social Sustainability, Volume 2, Issue 4, pp.179-184. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 794.957KB).

Hong Son Nghiem

Mr Nghiem is a PhD Candidate at School of Economics, the University of Queensland, Australia. He obtained a Bachelor Degree on Agricultural Economics from Thai Nguyen University, Vietnam; then a Master of Economics Degree from the University of New England, Australia. He has conducted substaintial empirical research and consulting work in development sector in Vietnam in the last five years with NGOs, donors and government agencies. He was employed as an economist at the Industry Department of Lao Cai Province, then deputy director of the Rural Development Service Centre, a Vietnamese NGO in Hanoi, Vietnam. His current research is on the efficiency and effectiveness of microfinance industry in Vietnam.

James Laurenceson

Dr Laurenceson specialises in the role of finance in economic development, particularly in the context of Asian economies such as China. Also interested in the economics of higher education. He is the Vice-president of the Economics Society of Australia (Queensland Branch) and is on the Management Committee of the Association for Chinese Economic Studies (Australia). Dr Laurenceson received Teaching Awards at School of Economics, the University of Queensland in the last three academic years.


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