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The gender implications of public sector downsizing: The Reform Program of Vietnam
by World Bank, Public Service Delivery, Development Research Group in Washington, D.C
Written in English
|Series||Policy research working paper ;, 2573, Policy research working papers (Online) ;, 2573.|
|Contributions||World Bank. Development Research Group. Public Service Delivery.|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2002617186|
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The Gender Implications of Public Sector Downsizing: The Reform Program of Vietnam Rama, Martín () Using data from Vietnam, this article describes several types of analysis that can be conducted before launching a major downsizing operation to identify possible gender effects.
The Gender Implications of Public Sector Downsizing: The Reform Program of Vietnam. c b n d. It draws several conclusions about Vietnam s downsizing reforms. First, although women s prospects of obtaining salaried jobs following displacement from state-owned enterprise worsened as a result of recent reforms, they are likely to improve in.
Using data from Vietnam, this article describes several types of analysis that could be conducted before launching a major downsizing operation to identify possible gender effects. It draws several conclusions about Vietnam's downsizing reforms.
First, although women's prospects of obtaining salaried jobs following displacement from state-owned enterprise worsened as a result of recent reforms. Downloadable. Men and women may be affected differently by the transition from central planning to a market economy and especially by the privatization and restructuring of state-owned enterprises.
After briefly reviewing the international evidence on this issue, the author looks at the recent experience of Vietnam and the prospects of its new reform program. Get this from a library.
The gender implications of public sector downsizing: the reform program of Vietnam. [Martín Rama; World Bank. Development Research Group. Public Service Delivery.] -- Men and women may be affected differently by the transition from central planning to a market economy and especially by the privatization and restructuring of state-owned enterprises.
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Washington, The World Bank, MarchC. 28 The informal sector revisited synthesis across space and time noels - Hugo Blunch sudharshan canagarajah Dhushyanth paju July (SP Discussion paper N The Gender Implications of Public Sector Downsizing: The Reform Program of Vietnam Authors/Editors: Martin Rama Published: September World Bank Research Observer, Vol, No.2 Pages: –Cited by: The Gender Implications of Public Sector Downsizing Men and women may be affected differently by major economic reforms and, especially, by public sector downsizing.
This article illustrates several analyses that could precede the launching of a sizeable downsizing operation, and outlines policy implications, taking Vietnam as an example. "Efficient Public Sector Downsizing." Policy Research Working Paper World Bank, Washington, D.C.
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