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Nhan đề: The Contribution of owners’ human and social capital to firm performance in Vietnamese small and medium enterprises
Tác giả: Chi, Nguyen Ha Lien
Từ khoá: Small and medium enterprises
Firm performance
Năm xuất bản: 28-Jun-2016
Tùng thư/Số báo cáo: VNU Journal of Science: Economics and Business;Volume 32, Issue 2, page 1-13
Tóm tắt: Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) have held an increasingly important position in Vietnam’s economy, contributing significantly to the economic growth of the country. Despite that vital role, research on this subject is very limited, scarce in quantity, and questionable in quality, particularly on owners’ human and social capital as a significant input for SME performance. Therefore, this article aims at testing the relationship between owners’ human and social capital resources and firms’ financial performance, using the survey of 2,739 SMEs in Vietnam in 2004 conducted by Vietnam’s Institute of Labor Studies and Social Affairs (ILSSA) and The Faculty of Economics - Copenhagen University. The study then shows some significant results and opens future research directions
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