This thesis aims to show how to enhance social housing governance through system dynamics and dynamic performance management. Particularly it analyzes the Vietnam housing sector and also social housing governance to identify possible political leverage upon which to intervene in order to improve the performance of the whole system. During the last decades, social housing emerged as a critical problem for both national and local governments. A main driver of social housing has been recognized in the increasing population size, as well as the in the urbanization of big cities, the growing number of nuclear families, affordability and land management and urban planning. The management of social housing – as a global concern – requests that local communities and regional government are ready to tackle such a wicked problem effectively. This concern is the motivation of this research. Therefore, the work would offer a contribution to improve the social housing governance and to support policy-makers in adopting a more integrated approach to the housing sector.

This thesis aims to show how to enhance social housing governance through system dynamics and dynamic performance management. Particularly it analyzes the Vietnam housing sector and also social housing governance to identify possible political leverage upon which to intervene in order to improve the performance of the whole system. During the last decades, social housing emerged as a critical problem for both national and local governments. A main driver of social housing has been recognized in the increasing population size, as well as the in the urbanization of big cities, the growing number of nuclear families, affordability and land management and urban planning. The management of social housing – as a global concern – requests that local communities and regional government are ready to tackle such a wicked problem effectively. This concern is the motivation of this research. Therefore, the work would offer a contribution to improve the social housing governance and to support policy-makers in adopting a more integrated approach to the housing sector.

(2020). Enhancing Social Housing Governance in Vietnam through Dynamic Performance Management – Towards sustainable social housing.

Enhancing Social Housing Governance in Vietnam through Dynamic Performance Management – Towards sustainable social housing

LE, QUANG MINH
2020-12-15

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This thesis aims to show how to enhance social housing governance through system dynamics and dynamic performance management. Particularly it analyzes the Vietnam housing sector and also social housing governance to identify possible political leverage upon which to intervene in order to improve the performance of the whole system. During the last decades, social housing emerged as a critical problem for both national and local governments. A main driver of social housing has been recognized in the increasing population size, as well as the in the urbanization of big cities, the growing number of nuclear families, affordability and land management and urban planning. The management of social housing – as a global concern – requests that local communities and regional government are ready to tackle such a wicked problem effectively. This concern is the motivation of this research. Therefore, the work would offer a contribution to improve the social housing governance and to support policy-makers in adopting a more integrated approach to the housing sector.
System Dynamics
Dynamic Performance Management
(2020). Enhancing Social Housing Governance in Vietnam through Dynamic Performance Management – Towards sustainable social housing.
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