Young scientists seek ways to boost firms’ competitiveness
Domestic and international young researchers gathered at a conference in the central city of Da Nang on October 30 to discuss policies to help Vietnamese enterprises enhance their competitiveness.
The Conference for Young Researchers in Economics and Business (ICYREB 2017), themed “Vietnamese enterprises with the fourth industrial revolution,” offered domestic and international researchers, aged below 40, an opportunity to share their experience and studies in economics, management and business administration.
Participants presented 130 reports focusing on economics, finance, banking, accounting, business administration, marketing, tourism, human resources management, trade, international business and law.
Among them are Eric D. Ramstetter from the Asia Development Institute, Editor-in-chief of the Asian Economic Journal; Professor Nguyen Duc Khuong, Deputy Director of the France-based IPAG Business School; and Dr Sushil Sharma from the US-based Ball State University, Editor-in-chief of the International Journal Of E-Adoption.
ICYREB 2017 was jointly organised by ten economic and business universities nationwide.