ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS ON SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES EFFECTIVENESS (THE CASE OF FISHERIES SECTOR IN VIETNAM)

  • Tran Huu Ai Van Hien University, Ho Chi Minh City
  • Nga Anh Huynh Van Hien University, Ho Chi Minh City
Keywords: business performance, SMEs, managerial skills, policy, Vietnam

Abstract

This paper analyzes factors that determine the competitiveness of countries, cities or regions in a global economy. To stimulate competitiveness authorities and business can use different policies at the different geographical levels (country, región, city, clusters). The objective of this paper is to make countries, cities or regions more competitive in a global economy, by linking them up to global value chains. We will argue that clusters are one way of increasing global competitiveness. Also competitiveness of cluster will be discussed and policies to promote the competitiveness at different levels will be listed. Finally, the factors influencing competitiveness will be analyzed.

Author Biographies

Tran Huu Ai, Van Hien University, Ho Chi Minh City

PhD.

Faculty of Economics, Van Hien University, Ho Chi Minh City.

Research interests – markets of agricultural products, SMEs functioning and government support, organic food markets, ecological economics, environmental issues of economic development and corporate social responsibility Published more tan 50 papers in International journals, member of editorial board of International journals.

Nga Anh Huynh, Van Hien University, Ho Chi Minh City

Faculty of Economics, Van Hien University, Ho Chi Minh City.

Research interests – markets of agricultural products, SMEs functioning and government support, organic food markets, ecological economics, environmental issues of economic development and corporate social responsibility.

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Published
2017-03-24
How to Cite
Ai, T. H., & Huynh, N. A. (2017). ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS ON SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES EFFECTIVENESS (THE CASE OF FISHERIES SECTOR IN VIETNAM). The EUrASEANs: Journal on Global Socio-Economic Dynamics, (2(3), 40-50. Retrieved from https://euraseans.com/index.php/journal/article/view/27

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