Ms Vy Diep Quy Nguyen

BA Sociology (Ho Chi Minh City University of Social Sciences and Humanities), MA Applied Social Research (Monash University), PhD (The Australian National University)
Honorary Lecturer
College of Science

Areas of expertise

  • Urban Sociology And Community Studies 441016
  • Sociological Methodology And Research Methods 441006
  • Public Policy 440709
  • Urban Policy 440714
  • Political Science 4408
  • Urban Analysis And Development 330410

Research interests

Vy Nguyen's research focuses on several aspects of urban studies and policy, including:
- Urban policy and governance
- Urban displacement, resettlement, livelihoods and complexity
- Community development and public participation in urban areas
- Drivers and impacts of urbanisation

Biography

Prior to completing her PhD at ANU, Vy was a Sociologist and a Lecturer at the Faculty of Urban Studies, Ho Chi Minh City University of Social Sciences and Humanities (USSH).

Vy Nguyen's research focuses on several aspects of urban studies and policy including urban displacement, resettlement and livelihoods; urban policy and governance; and community development and public participation in urban areas. 

 

Researcher's projects

- Toward Sustainable Urban Heritage Conservation: A Comparative Study between Ho Chi Minh City and Yokohama City, funded by the Sumitomo Foundation in Japan from 2013 to 2015.

- Building Capacity of Community People and Local Authorities for Participation in Improving Living Environment in Slum Areas of Ho Chi Minh City, funded by The Rosa- Luxemburg Foundation from 2011 to 2013.

- Solutions for Mobilizing Community Participation in Mitigating Flooding Impacts on Residential Areas, funded by the University of Social Sciences and Humanities from 2009 to 2010.

- Impacts of Population Growth, Spatial Structure and Community Awareness on Urban Flooding in Ho Chi Minh City, funded by the Vietnam National University from 2008 to 2009.

 

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