Nguyen Quang


  • 2020 – PhD | Life and Environment science | Okayama University, Japan | Topic: “Rural land use and livelihood transition under the pressure of peri-urbanization in Vietnam.”
  • 2014 – Master | Development Economics | Vietnam – Netherlands Programme for M.A in Development – University of Economics Ho Chi Minh City
  • 2011 – Bachelor | Finance – Banking | Banking University Ho Chi Minh City


PhD supervision

On-going research projects

Completed research projects

Research papers published locally

Research papers published globally

  • “Does an Agricultural Products’ Certification System Reorganize Vegetable Farmers? A Case of VietGAP in Lam Dong Province, Vietnam.” | 2022 | Rural Transformations – Globalization and Its Implications for Rural People, Land, and Economies
  • “Reconsidering rural land use and livelihood transition under the pressure of urbanization in Vietnam: A case study of Hanoi.” | 2020 | Land Use Policy
  • “Farmers’ landholding strategy in urban fringe areas: A case study of a transitional commune near Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.” | 2019 | Land Use Policy


Coursebooks and materials

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