A sectorial study of transparency and corruption in land acquisition in Viet Nam

Van Thang Nguyen, Quang Canh Le, Vu Hung Nguyen, Ngoc Thang Bach, Lan Huong Pham, Thi Bich Quang La, Anh Ngoc Tran, John Gillespie, Thanh Huyen Do

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Abstract

Land corruption in Vietnam has stubbornly resisted concerted anti-corruption efforts. This study aims to shed light on corruption in land development government-private partnerships (GPPs)—a rapidly growing type of land investment. By analysing corruption in land development using the social construction approach, this study aims to generate new insights into the causes of corruption in land development projects, and propose fresh sets of policy-relevant insights that will lead to new anti-corruption measures.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationHa Noi Viet Nam
PublisherUnited Nations Development Programme (Viet Nam)
Commissioning bodyUnited Nations Development Programme (Viet Nam)
Number of pages41
Publication statusPublished - Jan 2017

Publication series

NamePolicy Discussion Papers on Public Administration Reform and Anti-Corruption
PublisherUnited Nations Development Programme (Viet Nam)

Keywords

  • corruption
  • Vietnam case study
  • public private partnerships

Cite this

Nguyen, V. T., Le, Q. C., Nguyen, V. H., Bach, N. T., Pham, L. H., La, T. B. Q., Tran, A. N., Gillespie, J., & Do, T. H. (2017). A sectorial study of transparency and corruption in land acquisition in Viet Nam. (Policy Discussion Papers on Public Administration Reform and Anti-Corruption). United Nations Development Programme (Viet Nam). http://www.vn.undp.org/content/dam/vietnam/docs/Publications/2017.01.NEU-APIM_Land_Corruption_ENG_Final.pdf?download