Neoliberal Urbanism Meets Socialist Modernism : Vietnam’s Post Reform Housing Policies and the New Urban Zones of Hanoi

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Title Neoliberal Urbanism Meets Socialist Modernism : Vietnam’s Post Reform Housing Policies and the New Urban Zones of Hanoi
Author Tran, Hoai Anh ; Yip, Ngai-Ming
Research Centre Institute for Urban Research
Editor Shin, Hyun Bang ; Chen, Yi-Ling
Date 2019
English abstract
Since the introduction of the economic reform, Doi Moi, in 1986, Vietnam has been advancing, at least on the surface, into market economy in most social and economic arenas. In the housing sector, while the retreat of the state and fast expansion of new urban exclusive enclaves for the growing middle class have been taken as signifying evidence of the triumphing neoliberalisation, this chapter argues against such an over-simplification. Using data on relevant policies and in-depth case studies of four new urban zones in Hanoi, the paper examines the complex interaction of the emerging new market imperatives amidst the adaptive socialist legacy which results in the evolvement of a hybrid system in amalgamating neoliberal urbanism and socialist modernism.
DOI https://doi.org/10.1057/978-1-137-55015-6_5 (link to publisher's fulltext.)
Publisher Palgrave Macmillan
Host/Issue Neoliberal Urbanism, Contested Cities and Housing in Asia
Series/Issue The Contemporary City;
ISBN 978-1-137-55015-6
978-1-137-51750-0
Language eng (iso)
Subject Neoliberalism
Modernism
Housing Policy
New Urban Zones
Vietnam
Hanoi
Humanities/Social Sciences
Research Subject Categories::SOCIAL SCIENCES
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