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dc.contributor.authorQuan, Hoang Vuongvi
dc.contributor.authorNapier, Nancy
dc.contributor.authorTri, Tran Dungvi
dc.contributor.authorKong, Nguyen Thi Hongvi
dc.description.abstractIn this paper, we examined 256 cases of financial failure and fraud occuring during the recent Vietnam’s chaotic years from 2007 to 2013, employing methods of categorical data analysis. Reported results suggest that the rent-seeking approach, or resource-based orientation, alone does not help explain theoutcome of a business intention while the association between Orientation and Approach is the best-fit predictor.Rampant financial collapse not only increases the cost of funds but also erodes trust in the economy. Entrepreneurship development and creativity capacity building are necessary to improve socio-economic conditions and the environment. This work also introduces intuitive and cognitive factors to predict ex-ante outcome of afinancing
dc.relation.ispartofseriesInternational Journal of Business and Management;Volume 8, Issue 18; 2013vi
dc.subjectFinancial collapsevi
dc.subjectEconomic transitionvi
dc.titleA Categorical Data Analysis on Financial Failures in Vietnam,
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