Minh Thi Hai Vo is a PhD graduate in Public Policy at the School of Government, Victoria University of Wellington. Her PhD thesis examines the autonomy of Vietnam’s public service delivery units and its implications for organisational performance.
As a result of her research, she has published several journal articles focusing on the process of commercialisation of public healthcare and higher education services in Vietnam.
Prior to undertaking her PhD degree, she worked for a Vietnamese government’s national project relating to public sector reforms. Her research interests span across public policy, public service delivery, healthcare management, higher education governance, and institutional theory.