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研究生:賴玉海
研究生(外文):Lai Ngoc Hai
論文名稱:越南中低收國民住宅之開發與策略之研究
論文名稱(外文):Study of Vietnam''s Lower-income Housing Development and Strategy
指導教授:荷世平荷世平引用關係
指導教授(外文):Shih-Ping Ho
口試委員:王裕仁許耀文
口試委員(外文):Yu-Ren WangHsu Yaowen
口試日期:2015-06-29
學位類別:碩士
校院名稱:國立臺灣大學
系所名稱:土木工程學研究所
學門:工程學門
學類:土木工程學類
論文種類:學術論文
論文出版年:2015
畢業學年度:103
語文別:英文
論文頁數:93
中文關鍵詞:中低收國民住宅
外文關鍵詞:Low-incomepublic housing
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住房是主要的事情,以確保社會的基本需要。廉租房的問題一直備受關注,從每一個國家在世界上的焦點。各國政府在世界各地正在採取措施解決提供充足,廉價住房的人的問題。越南也不會被排除在外在此驅動器,因而在2004年發起了一個綜合性的公共房屋計劃。
越南城市升級項目,於2004年推出,旨在通過改善人居和城市窮人的環境條件下使用參與式規劃方法,而影響規劃進程,使他們變得更具包容性和有利於窮人的扶貧在城市地區。這些目標反映在該項目的組成部分,包括使用升級在低收入地區高等教育的基本基礎設施和其他服務社區和地方政府之間的夥伴關係,提供經濟適用房到有需要安置作為的結果,低收入家庭升級,升級中的地區建立面向低收入家庭的住房裝修貸款方案,並提供技術援助,以改善項目城市土地管理的進程。
因此,本研究試圖將重點放在住房計劃為窮人在越南的執行情況,尤其是在河內。這將有助於房屋計劃的發展的發展中國家,又造福於社會。

Housing is principal thing to ensure the basic need of society. The issue of low cost housing has been the focus of much attention from every country in the world. Governments all over the world are taking steps to address the problem of providing adequate and affordable housing to their people. Viet Nam is also not left out in this drive, and thus initiated an integrated public housing program in 2004.
The Vietnam Urban Upgrading Project, launched in 2004, is intended to alleviate poverty in urban areas by improving the living and environmental conditions of the urban poor using participatory planning methods, and influencing planning processes so they become more inclusive and pro-poor. These objectives are reflected in components of the project, including use of partnerships between communities and local governments to upgrade basic tertiary infrastructure and other services in low-income areas, providing affordable housing to low-income families that have to be resettled as a result of upgrading, establishing a housing improvement loan program for low-income households in upgraded areas, and providing technical assistance to improve land administration processes in the project cities.
Accordingly, this study attempts to focus on the implementation of housing program for the poor in Vietnam, especially in Hanoi. It will contribute to the development of housing program for developing country and in turn to benefit to the society.


TABLE OF CONTENTS
ACKNOWLEGMENTS 2
ABSTRACT 3
TABLE OF CONTENTS 4
GLOSSARY OF TERMS AND ABBREVIATIONS 7
LIST OF TABLES 9
CHAPTER I: INTRODUCTION 1
1.1 General Background 1
1.1.1 The regional housing situation 1
1.1.2 Housing in Vietnam 5
1.2 Problem Statement 8
1.3 Research objective 11
1.4 Research approach 11
1.5 Research structures 12
1.6 Scopes and limitations 12
CHAPTER II: LITERATURE REVIEW 14
2.1. Concept of strategy 14
2.1.1 Types of strategies 16
2.1.2 Process involved in a strategy 17
2.2 Strategic management 18
2.2.1 Strategic management process 18
2.2.2 The environments of an organisation 19
2.2.3 Strategic formulation tools 20
2.3 Preference on housing characteristics 22
2.4 Low-income housing 25
2.4.1 What is low-income housing? 25
2.4.2 Sustainability of Housing models for Low-income groups 26
2.4.3 Low-income housing and poverty 27
2.5 Low-income housing in Vietnam 28
CHAPTER III: METHODOLOGY 30
3.1 Theoretical framework 30
3.2 Research Methodology 30
3.2.1 Qualitative methodology 31
3.2.2 Quantitative methodology 31
3.3 Data Collection Procedures 32
3.3.1 The Survey 32
3.3.2 The case study 36
CHAPTER IV: RESULTS AND DISCUSSION 39
4.1 Results from survey questionnaire 39
4.1.1 Current housing situation 39
4.1.2. Housing need 45
4.2 Cases study 1 – Hong Ha Eco City – CT 15, CT 16 – Plan view 39
4.3 Cases study 2 – Low Income Housing N.05 - Dang Xa 2 59
4.4 Cases study 3 – Social Housing Ecohome 1 65
4.5 Comparative case study: 69
4.6 Findings 70
4.6.1 The difficulties of enterprises when investing in housing projects for low-income people 70
4.6.2 The difficulties of people with low income 72
CHAPTER V: CONCLUSIONS 76
5.1. Summary of results 76
5.2. Recommendation 78
5.2.1 Promoting the role of state finance 78
5.2.2 Increasing the source of clean land 79
5.2.3 Encouraging household having surplus land to build mini apartments. 79
5.2.4 Research and finding the module of design the plan for city. 80
APPENDIXES 81
The list of document for applying to buy low-income housing 82
REFERENCES 90


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