Journal of International Economics and Management



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Forty-five years of research on entrepreneurship education: a review and bibliometric analysis from the Scopus dataset
Tập 23 Số 2 - Trang 63-78 - 2023
Bui Thu Hien, Tran Thi Phuong Thao, Le Thi Thu Thuy, Tran Thi Kim Anh, Bui Duc Tuan, Sinmanolack Sinbandhit
In recent years, there has been a significant number of publications related to entrepreneurship education (EE) to the extent that a systematic review of EE trends, changes, and development is needed. Based on the bibliometric analysis, this paper investigates 1782 EE-related documents published between 1977 and 2022 from the Scopus database to assess the growth trajectory of publications, most cited papers, key authors, most prolific countries, and institutions. The results show an explosive growth in the academic literature on EE in the last decade. In addition, the bibliographic coupling of documents and co-occurrence of authors’ keywords analyses reveal three primary schools of thought in EE research, including EE in higher education, EE and entrepreneurial intention, and motivation of EE. This paper contributes to the existing literature by providing a comprehensive picture of EE. More importantly, this study calls for more research on the relationship between EE and big data, EE and self-efficacy, and EE and deep learning.
#Entrepreneurship education #Entrepreneurial intention #Motivation #Innovation #Bibliometric review
Exploratory Factor Analysis on determinant factors to tax evasion behavior: Vietnamese personal income tax case
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Nguyen Thu Hang
Theoretical underpinnings and prior works have shown a dozen of determinants to tax evasion behavior. Some suggests categories of variables have been identified in tax evasion literature; however, these groups are manually divided basing on historical record of literature. Therefore, the study would base on data survey questionnaire on Vietnamese personal income tax case and apply Exploratory Factors Analysis technique to test and figure out determinant factor groups. The result suggests that there are four main determinant factors groups to tax evasion behavior, including deterrence factor, government performance factor, policy fairness factor, and tax knowledge factor
#tax evasion #determinants #exploratory factor analysis #PIT
On the revision of detecting learning-by-exporting: empirical evidence from small- and medium-sized enterprises in Vietnam
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Nguyen Ba Nhu Ngoc, Dao Ngoc Tien, Nguyen Quynh Huong
This study aims to identify the role of exports in improving the productivity of small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Vietnam. By applying the propensity score matching method, we exploit the firm-level panel dataset from the Vietnam SME Survey between 2009 and 2014. This remarkable period occurred two years after Vietnam’s accession to the World Trade Organization. Hence, for the first time, the learning-by-exporting hypothesis was tested for a case study of SMEs in developing countries in the context of international trade integration, such as Vietnam. This paper shows that SMEs in Vietnam could improve their productivity when exporting during the studied period. We also find that exports have a significant impact on the productivity of SMEs in non-municipal areas of Vietnam. Based on these findings, policy recommendations are withdrawn for stimulating the productivity of SMEs in developing countries. In particular, SMEs in non-municipal provinces might need more favorable policies to boost export activities.
#Exporting #Total factor productivity #Learning-by-exporting #Vietnam #Small- and medium-sized enterprises
Street food experience and destination image: a study on tourist perceptions in Da Lat
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Truong Thi Lan Huong, Nguyen Thi Diem Kieu
Culinary experiences can be seen as one of the initial impressions of a destination for tourists and a significant factor in their decision-making process. It serves as an effective marketing tool for shaping the destination’s image. This study explores the causal relationships between street food experiences, particularly those related to local culinary culture, with destination image, satisfaction, and future behavior of tourists. Data were collected using a structured questionnaire from 412 domestic tourists who had experienced street food in Da Lat, a renowned destination in Vietnam. The empirical evidence affirms that when tourists have positive street food experiences, their perception of the destination image is also positive, leading to higher satisfaction, positive word-of-mouth behavior, and a higher likelihood of returning to the destination. The results also emphasize the importance of cultural consumption value in the street food experience through distinctive characteristics. Based on these findings, the study also proposes further research directions and managerial implications for local authorities and businesses aiming to highlight the cultural and emotional aspects of street food experiences, thereby enhancing the destination image in visitors’ eyes.
#Street food experience #Destination image #Local food #Tourist satisfaction #Tourist behaviors
Factors influencing the participation of Vietnamese enterprises in global value chains: insights from automobile production and assembly, electronics, and textile industries
Tập 23 Số 2 - Trang 16-32 - 2023
Nguyen Thi Binh, Tran Mai Huong, Hoang Thi Doan Trang, Nguyen Thuy Linh, Nguyen Thi Yen
This study aims to examine the factors influencing the global value chain position of enterprises from Vietnam’s leading industry sectors. The panel data analysis was conducted based on 208 observations from 52 automobile production and assembly, electronics, and textile enterprises from 2016 to 2020. The multiple linear regression model was utilized to analyze the factors influencing the participation of such industry sectors in the global value chain. The results indicate that technological capability has the most significant positive influence on the participation of Vietnamese enterprises in the global value chain, followed by FDI and business size. In contrast, business age does not have a discernible effect. These findings bring some policy implications for improving the country’s position in the global value chain, focusing on the automotive, electronics, and textile industries.
#Global value chain #Business position #Automobile industry #Electronics industry #Textile industry
Oil price and firm profitability: evidence from Vietnamese stock market
Tập 20 Số 1 - Trang 53-64 - 2020
Tran Quoc Trung, Vo Thi Thien Trang
Although many prior studies show that oil price affects negatively macroeconomic environment and stock prices, there are few studies on the impact of oil price on firm profitability. This paper posits that oil price tends to affect firm profitability negatively via increases in production costs and negative changes in the macroeconomic environment. As a transition economy, Vietnam has been gradually integrated into the world economy and affected by international economic shocks. Therefore, Vietnam is a potential laboratory to investigate the effect of oil price as an exogenous factor on firm profitability. Using a sample of 6,960 observations from 951 firms listed in Ho Chi Minh City Stock Exchange (HOSE) and Hanoi Stock Exchange (HNX) between 2005 and 2016, we find supporting evidence for the negative impact of oil price on firm profitability.
#Oil price #Profitability #Vietnam
Central bank credibility and the sustainability of exchange rate regimes in Vietnam
Số 111 - Trang 23-35 - 2018
Mai Thu Hien
This paper deals with the central bank credibility to sustain exchange rate regimes in inflation control. We find that the central bank credibility relates to the ability the central bank to build a credible monetary policy to control inflation under the fixed and flexible exchange rate regime. We develop a simple theoretical model to explain how the central bank credibility can ensure price stability under the fixed and flexible exchange rate regime. The conclusion is that while adopting a more flexible exchange rate regime, the State Bank of Vietnam can build its credibility to control inflation by combining the flexible exchange rate regime with the inflation targeting.
#Central bank credibility #fixed exchange rate regime #flexible exchange rate regime #monetary targeting #inflation targeting #Vietnam
Factors influencing the firm’s self-selection behavor in the electricity industry in Vietnam (2006 – 2010)
- 2015
Nguyen Quynh Huong
Current studies, while focusing on productivity of manufacturing firms in Vietnam, have not paid due attention to efficiency of energy enterprises. Using the data on electricity industry drawn from the Vietnamese Enterprise Census (2006-2010), this paper examines factors influencing the survival probability of firms in the industry in Vietnam. The obtained results reveal that among others, capital stock and expenditure on inputs such as materials and services were the significant determinants of firms’ surviving likelihood in the market. This likelihood was also positively correlated with the age of firms, however, in an inverse fashion when the firms reached a certain age. The result also suggests that incumbents and new entrants in the industry might be in soaring demand of massive capital investments for the fixed asset expenditures (capital stocks) and maintenance costs (material and services expenditures) of large-scaled power projects, which calls for the financing not only from local but also from foreign investors.
#leadership #social enterprises #leadership style #qualitative research
Applying vector error correction model to analyze the bi-directional linkage between FDI and pillars of sustainable development in Vietnam
Số 96 - Trang 3-15 - 2017
Cao Thi Hong Vinh
FDI and sustainable development are considered as two topics of interests of such developing countries as Vietnam. In the current circumstance, they are not independent but closely linked to each other. Despite this fact, there seems to be little researches, especially quantitative ones, which have clarried this bi-directional relationship between FDI and sustainable development as a system of three pillars (economic growth, society and environment). Applying Vector Error Correction Model (VECM), regarded as an efficient model to look into this linkage in both short and long-term, the paper provided the specific evidence to prove for the existence of the impact of FDI on particular pillars of sustainable development and vice versa.
#Foreign direct investment #Sustainable development #Economic growth #Society #Environment
A state-of-the-art review of tourist decision-making literature
- 2017
Dung Le, Le Thai Phong
Decision-making theories in tourism can be classified into three groups based on their underlined assumptions: rational choice, affect-driven and dual-process theories. Rational choice theories are the dominant framework in many fields including economics, political science, finance, and marketing. Consumers are considered as “rational-decision-makers” who evaluate available options by rational thinking. In contrast, the affec-driven theories assume that tourists are hedonic decision-makers and their choice is influencedand guided by affective factors (i.e., emotions, feelings). Dual-process theories reconcile these two opposite approaches by proposing a dual-system of decision making: System 1 related to automatic, emotional, non-conscious process, and System 2 involving rational thinking (Evans, 2008). This review paper provides a general picture of how tourism decision-making literature has been developed with a focus on the latest advancement, dual-system theories. Tourism marketers may find this paper beneficial in understanding tourist behaviours, in particular, tourists’ destination choice. By advancing our knowledge of tourist decisionmaking, this paper provides useful guidelines for tourism marketers to develop better marketing initiatives...
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