Analysis of Inter-Regional Relationship between Vietnam Coastal Zones and the Rest of Vietnam

Authors: Hoang Ngoc Phong, Nguyen Quang Thai, Bui Trinh, Nguyen Hong Nhung,
Nguyen Quang Tung, Nguyen Thi Ai Lien

ABSTRACT
The paper presents the importance of Vietnam’s coastal economy, including 28 of the 63 provinces and cities and analyzes six priority economic sectors according to Resolution 36/TW/2018 “About the sustainable development strategy of Vietnam’s marine economy to 2030, vision to 2045”. Based on the Resolution, the Interdisciplinary Balance sheet with 2 areas—coastal and the rest of Vietnam—is used (separate use of products in each region and imports) to analyze the spillover effects and sensitivity to income and related issues. Many new findings show that the efficiency of coastal economic zones already plays an important role in the Vietnamese economy and needs to be further exploited. This article is the result of the research conducted in the framework of the independent topic KC09.26/16-20 “Scientific foundations and breakthrough solutions for sustainable coastal economic development in focal economic regions in Vietnam” chaired by Dr. Hoang Ngoc Phong.

Source:

Journal: Theoretical Economics Letters
DOI: 10.4236/tel.2019.95102(PDF)
Paper Id: 93246 (metadata)

See also: Comments to Paper

About scirp

(SCIRP: http://www.scirp.org) is an academic publisher of open access journals. It also publishes academic books and conference proceedings. SCIRP currently has more than 200 open access journals in the areas of science, technology and medicine. Readers can download papers for free and enjoy reuse rights based on a Creative Commons license. Authors hold copyright with no restrictions. SCIRP calculates different metrics on article and journal level. Citations of published papers are shown based on Google Scholar and CrossRef. Most of our journals have been indexed by several world class databases. All papers are archived by PORTICO to guarantee their availability for centuries to come.
This entry was posted in TEL. Bookmark the permalink.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *