Book: Chaebol Culture of Korea, policy suggestions and experience for Vietnamese enterprises

The book is a specialized book for graduate students of the VNU University of Economics and Business and students studying Korean at Vietnam National University, Hanoi.

Author: Pham Quy Long, Nguyen Thi Phi Nga

Publisher: VNU Publisher

Book size: 14.5 x 20.5 cm

Published time: June 2017

Page number: 168 pages

Target audience: Graduate students of VNU University of Economics and Business, students studying Korean at Vietnam National University, Hanoi.

Businesses, large or small, face the questions such as: how individuals and groups could corporate? Many businesses fail, not because of capital or market but because they do not find the answer to the above question.

The South Korea, once known as one of the poorest countries in the world, has been seriously implementing its economic development strategy since 1962. After less than four decades, the country has achieved extraordinary economic achievements known to the world as the "Miracle on the Han River". Along with the miraculous development of this Northeast Asian country is the birth and development of many large enterprises (called Chaebol) that play an important role for the development of the country. Among the many reasons why Korea could become a developed country, the culture of cooperation plays an important part because it helps people devote their energies to the development of the country, regardless of their position, class and background.

About the author of the book:

  Assoc.Prof.PhD. Pham Quy Long is a experienced researcher at the Institute of Northeast Asian Studies of the Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences. He has published many books and newspapers in the field. The book "Chaebol Culture of Korea, policy suggestions and experience for Vietnamese enterprises" is the joint research product of Assoc.Prof.PhD. Pham Quy Long PhD. Nguyen Thi Phi Nga - Senior Lecturer, VNU University of Economics and Business.
  PhD. Nguyen Thi Phi Nga is the senior lecturer of the VNU University of Economics and Business. The author has been a student of the Faculty of Economics, Hanoi University (the predecessor of the current VNU-UEB). She earned her degrees at leading universities in Asia such as Yonsei University, Seoul National University (in Korea), Asian Institute of Management (in Manila, Philippines). The author received a Ph.D. in Business Administration from Seoul National University. She also participated in joint research with international scholars and took part in exchange program in Korea and Taiwan.
 

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