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.

Join FFTC-AP since 2018
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Affiliation
Vietnam Academy of Agriculture Sciences (VAAS).
Job Title
Vice President
E-mail
daotheanh@gmail.com

Latest Submission from Vietnam

2023.11.09
ABSTRACT Science and Technology is one of the important factors contributing to great performance in Vietnam's agricultural growth. The contribution of science and technology to agricultural growth is assessed through Total Factor Productivity (TFP). The growth accounting method is used in this...
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2023.11.09
ABSTRACT This article provides an overview of land policies related to the agriculture sector in Vietnam from 1945 to the present. The first land policy in Vietnam was enacted in 1953, named "cai cach ruong dat." Over 35 years of Vietnam’s economic reform, the country’s land law has been amended...
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2023.10.13
ABSTRACT Technology adoption helps farmers gain more benefits in comparison to conventional practices. “One Must Do, Five Reductions” has been introduced in the Vietnamese Mekong Delta for nearly a decade and recent concerns arise including farmers’ low income and socio-economic barriers to...
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2023.09.27
ABSTRACT Climate change is a worldwide environmental threat that has an impact on all economic sectors, especially on agriculture. In Vietnam, Lai Chau province is the most vulnerable province to climate change because of its high exposure to extreme events as well as limited capacity to adapt....
Country: Vietnam Topic: Climate change
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2023.09.11
ABSTRACT The objective of the study is to analyze the influence of land fragmentation on the income of rice-producing households. The study collected information from 241 rice-producing households in two communes including Thuy Thanh and Thuy Phu in Huong Thuy town, Thua Thien Hue province. The...
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