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Contribution to Book
Business Education in the Emerging Economy of Vietnam: Twenty Years of Expectations, Illusions and Lessons
Innovation in Business Education in Emerging Markets
  • Quan Hoang Vuong, Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management
  • Tri Dung Tran, Centre for Creativity and Innovation
  • Nancy K. Napier, Boise State University
  • Thuy Ha Dau, Organizational Capacity Development Company
Document Type
Contribution to Books
Publication Date
1-1-2013
Abstract
Like many emerging economies, especially in Asia, Vietnam’s economy has undergone major economic shifts for at least a quarter of a century. On the one hand, this period is very short compared to the history of capitalism and the market economy in Western, mostly developed, countries. On the other hand, 25 years is long enough for many important changes of all types to have taken place in Vietnam’s once war-stricken economy.
Citation Information
Hoang Vuong, Quan; Dung Tran, Tri; Napier, Nancy K.; and Ha Dau, Thuy. (2013). "Business Education in the Emerging Economy of Vietnam: Twenty Years of Expectations, Illusions and Lessons". Innovation in Business Education in Emerging Markets, 96-112.