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  • This paper focuses on evaluating the performance of firms from the knowledge and learning perspective. The survey covered a random sample of 120 private manufacturing firms in industrial zones in the Yangon area. Two broad categories of learning are determined: Internal and external.

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  • This study investigates the role, characteristics of firm locating in IP and using econometrics model to investigate the impact of firm locating within IPs on its labor productivity. The results prove that IP locating firms account a small percentage in total number of manufacturing firms in Vietnam but play considerable role for manufacturing sector in general and for manufacturing foreign investment in special. Locating in IP has quite significant positive effect on firm's labor productivity.

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  • Chapter 2 - Job-order costing for manufacturing & service companies. This chapter presents the following content: Manufacturing costs, merchandising and manufacturing firms, common manufacturing overhead costs, nonmanufacturing costs,...

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  • The effect of taxation and corruption on firm growth: An empirical investigation for Vietnam. The aim of this study is to analyze empirically the impact of taxation and corruption on the growth of manufacturing firms in Vietnam. The study employed pooled OLS estimation and then instrument variables with fixed effect for the panel data of 1377 firms in Vietnam from 2005 to 2011.

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  • Subnational governance institutions and the development of private manufacturing enterprises in Vietnam. This paper examines the impacts of subnational governance institutions on the development of private manufacturing firms in terms of new entry, firm size and labor productivity growth during 2006-2014 in Vietnam.

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  • This study is conducted to identify the key factors and propose a roadmap for successful lean transformation in Vietnamese manufacturing firms. Eight managers of two companies having successful lean performances and two lean experts from university and consulting company are invited to participate in semi-structured interviews to verify key factors of a successful lean transformation as well as to promote a lean roadmap with tools used for lean transformation in the context of Vietnam.

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  • Supply Chain Management (SCM) offers the possibility of increased customer service while minimizing costs. Before choosing what type of supply chain strategy to pursue, a firm must first evaluate the type of supply chain(s) in which it participates. The type of functional strategies chosen should complement the type of supply chain(s) in which the firm is a member. Certain manufacturing and logistics strategies are more appropriate given the characteristics of the supply chain.

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  • Firms, Workers, and Human Capital in Ghanaian Manufacturing My model is a much simplified version of so-called “multicommunity” models. I maintain the usual assumptions that the number of communities is fixed and finite, and that access to desirable communities is rationed through the real estate market.19 There is no private sector that would de-link school quality from residential location. Although some authors (i.e. Epple and Zelenitz, 1981) include a supply side of the housing market, I assume that communities are endowed with perfectly inelastic stocks of identical houses....

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  • This paper analyzes the competitiveness of these firms and the ability to capture more added-values from GVCs. The paper reveals that the comparative advantage of low-cost labor is not sustainable. Thus, for sustain growth and prosperity, Vietnamese footwear manufacturers should find other advantages in manufacturing.

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  • Logistics performance assessment is a critical issue when trying to improve logistics. This is particularly true in developing countries where no baseline survey has been done on the subject. This research explored and analysed logistics performance of manufacturing as well as export-import trading firms in Vietnam

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  • This paper examines whether rising import penetration has an effect on the productivity of domestic firms. The study uses data on a 10-year unbalanced panel of firms in the manufacturing sector in Vietnam from 2000 to 2009.

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  • The paper explores the internal determinants of a manufacturing firm’s environmental performance indexed by acquiring government or ISO 14001 certificate and its impacts on the firm’s competitiveness in Vietnam, using a panel logistic and a modified Cobb-Douglas model respectively

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  • The study assessed environmental policy and supervisory support behaviors as creating an impetus for environmental actions in companies, leading to environmentally proactive firms sending encourgamental signals to employees.

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  • Dear Manufacturers, The most valuable customer is one who has already been served. A study commissioned by the US Department of Commerce pointed out that for small and midsize manufacturing firms it costs five times as much to get a customer as it does to keep one. The study also showed that seven out of ten customers never complain when they have a problem. Those two facts alone are reason enough for manufacturers to get out and talk to customers, listen to what they say, and make some changes to keep them coming back. Customer loyalty works! ......

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  • The U.S. economy is highly dynamic: businesses open and close, workers switch jobs and start new enterprises, and innovative technologies redefine the workplace and enhance productivity. With globalization markets have also become more interconnected. Measuring business activity in this rapidly evolving environment increasingly requires tracking complex interactions among firms, establishments, employers, and employees.

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  • The second of these new initiatives launched in September of 2008 is a similar partnership between an organization called World of Good, Inc. and online auction giant eBay. This collaboration is known as World of Good by eBay and their tagline is “Where your Shopping Shapes the World.” The partnership was formed with the idea that there is a growing consumer need for trusted information, and for transparency into how and where products are made. Both World of Good and Worldstock.

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  • Nevertheless, it is a widespread assumption that end-of-pipe technologies still domi- nate investment decisions in firms. This is because there has been exceptionally little empiri- cal analysis directed to the determinants of the use of specific types of abatement measures - principally because of the paucity of available data. On the basis of a unique facility-level data set based on a recent survey covering seven OECD countries (Canada, France, Germany, Hungary, Japan, Norway, and the U.S.) we find a clear dominance of cleaner production in these countries: Surprisingly, 76.

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  • The effects of accruals on the time series properties of annual earnings and the predictability of future cash flows are likely to be more readily observable for working capital accruals. For the majority of firms the cycle from outlay of cash for purchases to receipt of cash from sales (which we call the "operating cash cycle") is much shorter than the cycle from outlay of cash for long-term investments to receipt of cash inflows from the investments (the "investment cycle").

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  • They concluded that there were additive effects of public R&D financing on private research expenditure, but only for small firms. Benavente (2003) compared and analyzed the Chilean manufacturing firms under a situation that whether firms received or did not receive R&D subsidies from 1995 to 1998. The author found a positive relationship between public funding and private R&D. There was a 0.3 dollars crowding-in effect in R&D spending in firms that received public funding.

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  • The industrial reforms of the 1980s and early 1990s were accompanied by financial reforms beginning in the mid-1980s. These increased local financial autonomy and reduced the central government’s budgetary support for most firms. Even today, however, firms apply to the central government for budgetary assistance for their largest capital investments. The overall impact of the full set of reforms has been growth in the manufacturing sector at an average annual rate of fifteen percent since 1978.

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