Uidelines for Country Case Report ( Viet Nam)

Technical Requirements:
a? The minimum requirement is 5 pages (double space with 12 font, Times New Roman, with one inch margins). Maximum is 8 pages (double space). The cover page (e.g., your name and course), bibliography page, and/or any table/figure will not count toward the reportas page requirement.
a? Provide proper citations. All students must include a separate bibliography page at the end of their paper. For citations/bibliography, please use MLA citing style.
a? Use scholarly sources ONLY. Please do not use sources such as Wikipedia; they are not considered legitimate sources.
a? Minimum of 5 scholarly sources.
Country Case Report
This report will allow the students to learn about the theories/concepts of globalization, the competitive advantage of nations, globalizationas non-polarity, the geopolitics of scarce natural resources, and the role of identity politics and diasporas on economic development.

You should include the following in the report:
1. Whether the philosophy/foreign policy of (VIETNAM) as seen through game theory facilitates cooperation or conflict; on whether the patterns of globalization in the country support the hyperglobalist, sceptics, or transformationalist view; and whether the countryas winners and losers from the process of globalization are represented through the NIE, the SPG, the Outliers, or Feminist Economics perspective.
2. How (Your Selected Country) has adjusted to the period of a G-Zero World (i.e., instability and public spending cuts) and the Beijing Consensus; how developed is the country in regard to the concepts of competitive advantage of nations and global city; and whether the country has managed or has been altered because of the new geopolitics of energy or other scarce natural resources (i.e., water, rare earth elements, etc).
3. How do identity politics and diasporic groups of (Your Selected Country) affect the countryas economic development; whether the economic relations between the state and corporations (i.e., state capitalism, market capitalism, Islamic finance, etc) in the country have resulted in economic growth after the 2008 financial crisis; and whether the country has solved or has been impeded by the puzzle of economic development and the future of power.