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Vietnam S Economic Entities In Transition

Author : S. Sakata
ISBN : 9781137297143
Genre : Business & Economics
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During the last two decades, Vietnam has been undergoing a process of deregulating economic activities and integrating into the global economy. The passing of the Enterprise Law in 1999, which facilitated the establishment of private enterprises, and the achievement of membership of the World Trade Organization (WTO) in 2007 were two of the landmark events in Vietnam's rapid growth over this period. In order to cope with such a socioeconomic and institutional transformation, Vietnam's domestic economic entities have employed various measures, including technical upgrading, a shift into new areas of business, the diversification of capital acquisition, the adoption of new models of corporate governance, and other measures. As a result, the reorganization of Vietnam's domestic economic entities, such as the equitization of many state-owned enterprises, the emergence of large-scale private enterprises and the revitalization of rural entrepreneurs have taken place in many areas. This book attempts to analyze economic activity in Vietnam, covering a variety of types and sizes of Vietnam's domestic economic entities from large-scale stateowned enterprises to micro-scale rural entrepreneurs.
Category: Business & Economics

The Vietnamese Economy

Author : CHI DO-PHAM,
ISBN : 9781134435371
Genre : Business & Economics
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This book, written by economists of Vietnamese origin, is an extremely comprehensive collection on economic issues facing Vietnam. The spectrum of topics covered includes macroeconomics, microeconomics, international trade, agriculture, education, communication, institutional reforms, income distribution and poverty measurement. Themes include: * the success of Vietnam's Doi-Moi in the early 1990's * the slowdown of economic growth in recent years * the rapidly changing external environment due to globalization * the growing environmental degradation and income inequality
Category: Business & Economics

Changing Political Economy Of Vietnam

Author : Martin Gainsborough
ISBN : 9781134201631
Genre : Business & Economics
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This book explores the way in which the state has become commercialised under reform as party and government officials have gone into business and considers the impact that this has had on politics within Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi. The book charts the way in which power has been decentralised to the lower levels of the party-state but argues that the central state retains significant power. These issues are explored through a variety of case studies including the implementation of different reform policies, struggles over political and business activity, and the prosecution of two major corruption cases. Particular emphasis is placed on piecing together the myriad of informal practices which dominate business and political life in Vietnam.
Category: Business & Economics

Unemployment In Asia

Author : John Benson
ISBN : 9781134290604
Genre : Business & Economics
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The rate of economic change in East Asia over the past two decades has been astounding. High levels of growth have been experienced by a number of the region’s developing economies, centralized systems have developed large market sectors, Japan has suffered a prolonged downturn and the 1997 crisis plunged the region into economic turmoil. This volume presents an in-depth analysis of the effects of these changes on employment in the region. Chapters are devoted to market restructuring in China and Vietnam, the Asian crisis and recovery, and Japan’s business doldrums. The unique case of Malaysia – one regional economy that needs to import workers – is also brought into play, as is the example of high-tech Taiwan. Underpinning these case studies is a common theoretical framework and a strong structure for understanding. With its solid research the book focuses on a relatively unexplored aspect of one of the world’s most dynamic economic regions.
Category: Business & Economics

Corporate Finance Decisions In Volatile Economic Times

Author : Giampiero Favato
ISBN : 9780595524136
Genre : Business & Economics
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Troubled economic times are putting an extraordinary pressure on corporate managers, who have to make investment decisions under unprecedented uncertainty and risk. The aim of this book is to help managers to reflect upon the critical assumptions underlying the most relevant tools for valuation of corporate investments under uncertainty. It offers a wide range of working papers, journal articles and case studies which are the fruit of our recent experience in teaching, consulting and research. This book is ideally suited to both managers and MBA students who seek to improve their critical ability to make value decisions based on an array of relevant investment valuation tools.
Category: Business & Economics

University Adaptation In Difficult Economic Times

Author : Paola Mattei
ISBN : 9780199989416
Genre : Social Science
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Financial sustainability is one of the key challenges confronting Europe's universities today. Despite the fact that universities are at the centre of knowledge creation and development, which itself is seen as one of the main engines of economic growth, public funding of higher education in most countries is not increasing or at least not increasing enough in real terms. "Democratisation of higher education" has led to the fact that the higher education budgets per student are relatively low in most European countries compared to Europe's competitors. Despite declarations of intent to increase spending on higher education and research, it is not very likely that public expenditure will grow significantly on average in Europe and therefore be able to keep up with rapidly inflating costs in the years to come. One of the reasons for this is that higher education and research have to compete with other priorities in public budgets (e.g., security, health, etc.). Furthermore, the recent economic downturn has contributed to the decision in many European countries to decrease the levels of investment in higher education and research. Such trends are particularly worrisome for universities across Europe, whose continuing dependence on public funding puts their future sustainability under pressure. New funding schemes and incentives have been discussed and introduced in many European higher education systems, including competitive funding schemes for research under the name of "excellence" policies. Despite the different national institutional configurations in Europe, higher education systems face similar demands of promoting sustainable funding models, maintaining high academic standards, and equality. Thus, financial sustainability is not an end in itself; it aims to ensure that the public university's goals are reached by guaranteeing that the institution produces sufficient income to enable it to invest in high quality education and produce equitable outcomes. For these reasons, this book analyses funding reforms from a multidimensional approach.
Category: Social Science