Browsing by Subject "Vietnam"
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(Assumption University Press, 2019)
This paper will first outline and discuss the revised version of the Common European Framework of Reference Languages: Learning, teaching and assessment (CEFR) [ 2018] together with the Frameworks of Reference for English Language Education in Thailand Malaysia, Vietnam, Japan and China which are based on the CEFR. The indications are of potentially several issues that need to be addressed, including the fact that the local versions of CEFR were mainly based on the 2001 framework and not the 2018 which came later. Other issues such as using ...
Corporate Ownership and Performance: A Study of Vietnamese Listed Companies in the Construction and Construction Material Sectors during 2011 - 2014 (2016-06)
This study aims to investigate the effect of corporate ownership on the corporate performance of listed companies in the construction and construction material sectors in Vietnam during the period 2011 to 2014. Four ownership structures are addressed: concentrated ownership, foreign ownership, insider ownership, and institutional ownership. Corporate performance is measured by the following indicators: return on assets (ROA), return on equity (ROE), Tobin’s Q, and company’s market-to-book value (MBV). The annual data of 73 listed ...
Vietnam is a developing country and currently providing huge opportunities for foreign investors who can understand the market. After joining World Trade Organization, Vietnam is following the commitment by gradually opening up the previous restricted industries and sectors. The Vietnam economy is expected to have a boom on new opening up business in 2016 due to the allowance of foreign ownership up to 100% (before was 49% maximum). The objective of this research is to study the internal factors that will affect leverage of the ...
(Bangkok : Assumption University, 2019)
The following paper presents a phenomenological view of Street children’s future aspirations in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam (HCMC) in 2018. Information was collected addressing general background data, their experiences of living on the street, and the reasons for and how they came to be living on the streets. The subjects studied comprised 3 male and 3 female street children living in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Phenomenological interviews were generated using a variety of quantifiable data techniques. They included: in-depth interviews of ...