MANAGERIAL EFFICIENCY AND ENTERPRISES PERFORMANCE (THE CASE OF AQUACULTURE INDUSTRY IN VIETNAM)

  • Tran Huu Ai Van Hien University, Ho Chi Minh City
Keywords: performance, senior management, production organization, human resources, Vietnam

Abstract

Research aimed to measure the managerial factors influence on the performance of aquaculture enterprises in Vietnam. Methods of Cronbach alpha, EFA, CFA analysis were used to test data (with the help of SPSS and AMOS software) collected from the survey of 211 aquaculture enterprises in BA Ria - Vung Tau, Vietnam (BRVT). Results  show that management factors such as (1) commitment of senior management of organizing production, (2) human resources, training, (3) customer orientation, (4) business relationship, (5) commitment of senior management to human resource training, (6) manufacturing organizations have a positive relationship with business performance

Author Biography

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

PhD, lecturer of Faculty of Economics, Van Hien University, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

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

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Published
2017-08-29
How to Cite
Ai, T. H. (2017). MANAGERIAL EFFICIENCY AND ENTERPRISES PERFORMANCE (THE CASE OF AQUACULTURE INDUSTRY IN VIETNAM). The EUrASEANs: Journal on Global Socio-Economic Dynamics, (4(5), 47-58. Retrieved from https://euraseans.com/index.php/journal/article/view/54

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