IMPACT OF THE RATIO OF FOREIGNERS IN EXECUTIVE BOARD ON FIRM PERFORMANCE IN SOUTHERN VIETNAM (FDI, VDI)


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Research Topic:IMPACT OF THE RATIO OF FOREIGNERS IN EXECUTIVE BOARD ON FIRM PERFORMANCE IN SOUTHERN VIETNAM (FDI, VDI)

1. Tran Duy Thuc, Toni Tran, CEO Dong Du International Consulting Group HCMC, Vietnam, Southeast Asia Business Consulting Network
2. Duong Thi My Linh
3. Dr. Nguyen Hoang Tien, Saigon International University,Vietnam
4. Phung The Vinh, THoa Sen University, Vietnam
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SUMMARY

This research examines the impact of the ratio of foreigners in the executive board on the business performance of 154 companies, including companies with Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in Vietnam and companies on the Ho Chi Minh City Stock Exchange (HOSE), with data collected in two years, 2015 and 2016. From this viewpoint, investors will build a better view in the training and distributing human resources in their executive board for investment projects in developing countries in Southeast Asia, especially Vietnam. In addition, on a macro level, we desire this research to become the basis for a deeper systematic research in evaluation of business performance of foreign investment in Vietnam in the future. This research is an achievement of application of the resource dependence theory and agency theory to the specific context in firms in Southern Vietnam. This research uses the ROA, ROE, ROCE, and PAT variables to measure business performance and method of running a linear regression model to measure the impact of foreign executive board on business performance. A result of the research shows that the ratio of foreigners in the board of directors has a reserve relationship with the firm performance in the Southern Vietnam. This result supports the resource dependence theory when it is said that there is a link between the diversity in executive board and business performance, but does not support the agency theory for the direction of the interaction between two objects.
Keywords: executive board, firm performance, foreign administrators, Vietnam
JEL classification: L25
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Risk management of Japanese and Korean FDI enterprises in Vietnam Comparative analysis

International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Development Online ISSN: 2349-4182, Print ISSN: 2349-5979; Impact Factor: RJIF 5.72 Received: 06-07-2019; Accepted: 07-08-2019 www.allsubjectjournal.com Volume 6; Issue 10; October 2019; Page No. 33-36
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Risk management of Japanese and Korean FDI enterprises in Vietnam Comparative analysis

1. Dr. Nguyen Hoang Tien, Saigon International University,Vietnam
2. Phung The Vinh, THoa Sen University, Vietnam
3. Tran Duy Thuc, Toni Tran, CEO Dong Du International Consulting Group HCMC, Vietnam, Southeast Asia Business Consulting Network
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Abstract

Within the scope of the thesis, the topic has limited and focused on analyzing the most basic content of foreign direct investment activities of Japan and Korea, the positive and negative impacts of FDI enterprises for Vietnam’s economy and society. Evaluating the results of the management process for FDI enterprises as well as analyzing the state management of this type of enterprise in Vietnam in the past time, pointing out the problems that exist in state management. Based on the analysis of that management situation, the thesis has set out specific solutions to further enhance the management of FDI enterprises in the most effective way, while helping businesses operate. In accordance with the law of Vietnam, it has also motivated businesses to further develop their contributions to the socio-economic development of the province in the coming time.

Keywords: FDI, ODA, risk management, Japan, Korea, Vietnam
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Global strategic risk analysis of high-tech businesses in the era of industrial revolution 4.0

International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Development Online ISSN: 2349-4182, Print ISSN: 2349-5979; Impact Factor: RJIF 5.72 Received: 06-07-2019; Accepted: 07-08-2019 www.allsubjectjournal.com Volume 6; Issue 10; October 2019; Page No. 28-32
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Global strategic risk analysis of high-tech businesses in the era of industrial revolution 4.0

1. Dr. Nguyen Hoang Tien, Saigon International University,Vietnam
2. Phung The Vinh, THoa Sen University, Vietnam
3. Tran Duy Thuc, Toni Tran, CEO Dong Du International Consulting Group HCMC, Vietnam, Southeast Asia Business Consulting Network
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Abstract

This article in turn introduces global, high-tech and high-tech businesses. What are the concepts of industrial revolution 4.0? The effects of industrial revolution 4.0. Risk situation of high-tech enterprises in the era of industrial revolution 4.0 and offering recommendations and solutions for businesses. Thereby can better understand the industrial revolution 4.0, the beginning of a new industry with opportunities and challenges for the economy. Based on the situation of enterprises proposing measures to overcome as well as avoiding risks. By forcing businesses to change business, organizational, governance and business culture models, businesses must change, invest heavily in information technology systems and access high quality human resources.

Keywords: strategic risks, high-tech enterprises, industrial revolution 4.0
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