[Viêt Nam] Reopening Vietnam: How the country’s improving governance helped it weather the COVID-19 pandemic
Autrice/Auteur : Trang (Mae) Nguyen and Edmund Malesky. Trang (Mae) Nguyen is John N. Hazard Fellow – U.S.-Asia Law Institute, New York University School of Law. Edmund Malesky is Professor of Political Economy – Duke University.
Production : Brookings. The Brookings Institution is a nonprofit public policy organization based in Washington, DC. Our mission is to conduct in-depth research that leads to new ideas for solving problems facing society at the local, national and global level.
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Date : mercredi 20 mai 2020.
Vietnam discovered its first COVID-19 infection in early January. Now, this country of 96 million people has reported a mere 324 confirmed total cases and zero deaths. Having earned high praise for its effectiveness in containing the COVID-19 outbreak, Vietnam is now one of the first countries to ease social distancing measures and reopen its society.
Source : Trang (Mae) Nguyen et Edmund Malesky, « Reopening Vietnam: How the country’s improving governance helped it weather the COVID-19 pandemic », Brookings, 20/05/2020. URL : https://www.brookings.edu/blog/order-from-chaos/2020/05/20/reopening-vietnam-how-the-countrys-improving-governance-helped-it-weather-the-covid-19-pandemic/ (consulté le 21/05/2020).
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