1. Neo-Geomancy and Real Estate Fever in Postreform Vietnam
  2. Erik Harms
  3. pp. 405-434
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  1. Civilizing the City: Socialist Ruins and Urban Renewal in Central Vietnam
  2. Christina Schwenkel
  3. pp. 437-470
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  1. Ho Chi Minh City’s Beauty Regime: Haptic Technologies of the Self in the New Millennium
  2. Nina Hien
  3. pp. 473-493
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  1. Rendering Infant Abandonment Technical and Moral: Expertise, Neoliberal Logics, and Class Differentiation in Ho Chi Minh City
  2. Ann Marie Leshkowich
  3. pp. 497-526
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  1. Counting One’s Way onto the Global Stage: Enumeration, Accountability, and Reproductive Success in Vietnam
  2. Melissa J. Pashigian
  3. pp. 529-558
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  1. From “the People” to “the Human”: HIV/AIDS, Neoliberalism, and the Economy of Virtue in Contemporary Vietnam
  2. Alfred Montoya
  3. pp. 561-591
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  1. Enacting Anticorruption: The Reconfiguration of Audit Regimes in Contemporary Vietnam
  2. Ken MacLean
  3. pp. 595-625
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  1. The Price of Integration: Measuring the Quality of Money in Postreform Vietnam
  2. Allison Truitt
  3. pp. 629-656
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  1. Afterword: Flexible Postsocialist Assemblages from the Margin
  2. Li Zhang
  3. pp. 659-667
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  1. Guest Editors’ Introduction: How Is Neoliberalism Good to Think Vietnam? How Is Vietnam Good to Think Neoliberalism?
  2. Christina Schwenkel, Ann Marie Leshkowich
  3. pp. 379-401
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 669-670
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