Dao The Anh

Dao The Anh

Dao The Anh is Vice-President of Vietnamese Academy of Agricultural Sciences (VAAS).

With PhD (2004) in Agricultural, Rural and Food Economics in Montpellier, France and Engineer diploma in Agronomy at Hanoi Agricultural University, Dao The Anh has developed a carrier of 30 years in research for development focusing on agricultural economics, policies, family farming, agro-ecology, food safety, agri-food value chain governance and rural development.

He is also Vice-President of Vietnam Science for Rural Development Association, Editor in Chief of Vietnam Journal of Sciences and Technology. He is recently nominated as Head of Agriculture, Hydraulic session in Vietnam Encyclopaedia Edition Board.

Afflication
Vietnam Academy of Agriculture Sciences (VAAS).
Job Title
Vice President
E-mail
daotheanh@gmail.com

Latest Submission of the Author

ABSTRACT The One Commune One Product program (OCOP Program) contributes to economic restructuring, improves income and quality of life for people and effectively implements the group of criteria "Economy and production organization" in the Ministry, which is a national criteria for new rural...
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ABSTRACT Over the past 30 years, agriculture has had a high and relatively stable growth, reaching an average of 3.5% per year. However, at the current stage, the basic resources (labor, land, fertilizer) for agricultural growth in the previous periods have almost reached their limit. Total...
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ABSTRACT This paper reviews the scientific literature over the concept of food system. The food system is built from 4 components: farming; food processing; food distribution and consumption. The market of agro-food products is not perfect. A systemic approach allows to observe its failures. In...
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ABSTRACT Food safety management is a major concern of Vietnam to protect the health of consumers. This study was conducted to assess the current status and propose the “single window - single agency” solutions for state management of food safety in the pork value chain in Ho Chi Minh City. The...
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ABSTRACT Vietnam has become a middle-income country with diversified consumption structure and many challenges in food security. This study aims to identify food consumption trends and point out some policy implications for controlling food security in Vietnam. The study uses a 12-year series of...
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