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  • Authors: Nguyen, Tung Lam; Moerenhout, Tom (2012)

  • In line with the country's current examination of "Green Growth", it is needed to conducting a policy research in the field of public procurement, to examine how Viet Nam's legal and policy framework for environmental protection may be optimized to allow for the successful introduction of green procurement. To support this process, this research aims to explore the prevailing framework for Public Procurement of infrastructure and to make recommendations on how it can be greened. A lack of efficient infrastructure is currently listed by many investors as the number one problem when operating in Vietnam, and can potentially slow down Vietnam's growth. As investment efficiency will have to increase to maintain rapid growth, it is both an opportunity and necessity to incl...

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  • Authors: Nguyen, Thai Lai (2012)

  • First of all, on behalf of the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment, I would like to thank VNU University of Economics and Business, and JSPS Asian CORE Program, Nagoya University who have invited me to attend and make a welcome remarks

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  • Authors: Nguyen, Kim Son (2012)

  • It is a great honour for me, to extend a warm welcome to the delegates from various countries as well as from many research institutes and universities attending the International Conference on Sustainable manufacturing and environmental management

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  • Authors: Taniguchi, Hirokazu (2012)

  • (1) The EC Law of Japan has been played very important roles to promote energy efficiency and conservation, and to achieve great improvement. (2) The methods of the EC Law are closely related to the management in the manufacturing factories and the workplaces. (3) The experience and the method of Japan for energy efficiency and conservation under the EC Law is a very useful knowledge for the countries which need and require the implementation of institutional systems to promote energy efficiency and conservation for their countries.

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  • Authors: Vu, Thanh Huong (2012)

  • Among open - access properties, marine fishery resource is of great concern of numerous government. It is because marine fishery resources contribute considerably to socio - economic development and provides a huge ecosystem goods and services to the world. However, the alarming over - exploitation, environmental degradation and conflicts between stakeholders in fishery sector all over the world has urgently required a more efficient approach to manage marine fishery resources. This paper argues that ecological economics is a suitable approach to address the issues of marine fishery resource use and management. In particularly, the paper will focus on biological and economic aspects of marine fishery resources that must take into consideration in designing fishery policies. The pape...

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  • Authors: Pham, Thi Lien; Nguyen, Hue Minh (2012)

  • Service quality and its relationship with customer satisfaction have received considerable academic and businesses attention in recent years. But the nature of the exact association between these two constructs is not well-explained in the literature. This study used SERVPERF model as proposed by Cronin & Taylor (1992) to assess perceived service quality at a Vietnamese commercial bank, and then study the relationship between service quality and customer satisfaction on banking service's quality. The results of a survey are used in this paper. Based on 123 valid responses from customers, the study indentified three components – RELI-ASS (reliability combined with assurance), RESPONSIVENESS, and EMPATHY – which explain customers' perceived service quality at the ban...

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  • Authors: Nguyen, Anh Thu (2012)

  • Knowledge has been long considered a significant resource of business management. The organizations and firms can ensure their sustainable development only by effectively managing, harnessing and also creating their knowledge resources. Knowledge-based management theory developed by Nonaka explains and analyses the process of knowledge creation in a firm or an organization. The theory has been highly appreciated worldwide and proved to be an effective model for Asian countries. Many studies have shown the success application of this theory in Japanese firms and in firms of some other Asian countries. The success of those firms rooted from the ability to enable the spiral of knowledge creation, and by this flow, the firms can ensure its sustainable development. This paper's obje...