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Record number 539206
Title Challenges of Forest Governance: the Case of Forest Rehabilitation in Vietnam
Author(s) Dang, Thi Kim Phung; Zouwen, M. van der; Arts, B.J.M.
Source Public Organization Review: a Global Journal (2018). - ISSN 1566-7170 - 28 p.
DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/s11115-018-0414-x
Department(s) WASS
Forest and Nature Conservation Policy
Publication type Refereed Article in a scientific journal
Publication year 2018
Abstract Building upon the perspectives of the policy arrangement approach, this
article explores the extent to which forest governance has changed under the two national programs on forest rehabilitation in Vietnam. This article then assesses how these changes have impacted people’s participation in forest rehabilitation and the country’s forest cover for the past 25 years. Findings reveal that, despite a significant discursive shift from central state forest management to shared responsibilities among stakeholders in forestry, accompanying rules and regulations as well as actors’ constellations and resource allocations have not sufficiently changed to fully implement the new rehabilitation arrangements. This partial institutionalization of the new forest governance discourse has determined the low local support for forest rehabilitation, which has shaped its rather poor legitimacy and effectiveness.
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