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研究生:阮氏亞仙
研究生(外文):Nguyen Thi A Tien
論文名稱:BuildaSuccessfulTheoreticalExportingModelforVietnameseCompaniesbyUsingStructuralEquationModel
論文名稱(外文):Build a Successful Theoretical Exporting Model for Vietnamese Companies by Using Structural Equation Model
指導教授:林育理林育理引用關係
指導教授(外文):Yu-Li Lin
學位類別:碩士
校院名稱:南台科技大學
系所名稱:企業管理系
學門:商業及管理學門
學類:企業管理學類
論文種類:學術論文
論文出版年:2009
畢業學年度:97
語文別:英文
論文頁數:99
中文關鍵詞:Export PerformanceInternational BusinessInternational Business
外文關鍵詞:Export PerformanceInternational BusinessInternational Business
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Export business is very necessary and potential extremely in Viet Nam. As known, Viet Nam is one of the top countries in the world that export pepper and café, rubber, etc. Beside, it also has position of strength about exporting of garment and many other industries. Businessmen have been and will put into their pockets billions of dollars due to this operation. It can be said that a huge currency flow will be blown into a nation if its business is successful. However, Vietnamese export business has met some problems in some years recently. There are many medium-small enterprises fail to export their goods, complaints from importers, or not able to produce in time for shipment, etc. These issues inhibit international business process very much. One question here is that where’s the reason, because of organizations’ management, product quality, or surrounding conditions?
So, export performance is very essential to be studied. There are many previous researchers invested in export business with respect to many different aspects. Based on the prior works, combined with practical knowledge and accumulated experiences, the thesis “Build a Successful Exporting Theoretical Model for Vietnamese Companies by Using Structural Equation Model” is done. The framework is designed in order to figure out determinants related to export performance success. Since then, a model for Vietnamese exporting companies is built, which is based on studied process.
The data is collected from 120 exporting companies in Viet Nam. Data analysis is operated by Lisrel 8.7 software. The findings of research support seven hypotheses. One hypothesis has opposite sign as expected. There are positive relationships between export performance successes and management-related attributes, export quality, information technology, and external environment. Beside, there are also positive relationships between the role of information technology; external environment and management-related attributes, export quality. However, the study has some limitations. Finally, discussion and tendency for future researches are discussed.
Export business is very necessary and potential extremely in Viet Nam. As known, Viet Nam is one of the top countries in the world that export pepper and café, rubber, etc. Beside, it also has position of strength about exporting of garment and many other industries. Businessmen have been and will put into their pockets billions of dollars due to this operation. It can be said that a huge currency flow will be blown into a nation if its business is successful. However, Vietnamese export business has met some problems in some years recently. There are many medium-small enterprises fail to export their goods, complaints from importers, or not able to produce in time for shipment, etc. These issues inhibit international business process very much. One question here is that where’s the reason, because of organizations’ management, product quality, or surrounding conditions?
So, export performance is very essential to be studied. There are many previous researchers invested in export business with respect to many different aspects. Based on the prior works, combined with practical knowledge and accumulated experiences, the thesis “Build a Successful Exporting Theoretical Model for Vietnamese Companies by Using Structural Equation Model” is done. The framework is designed in order to figure out determinants related to export performance success. Since then, a model for Vietnamese exporting companies is built, which is based on studied process.
The data is collected from 120 exporting companies in Viet Nam. Data analysis is operated by Lisrel 8.7 software. The findings of research support seven hypotheses. One hypothesis has opposite sign as expected. There are positive relationships between export performance successes and management-related attributes, export quality, information technology, and external environment. Beside, there are also positive relationships between the role of information technology; external environment and management-related attributes, export quality. However, the study has some limitations. Finally, discussion and tendency for future researches are discussed.
ABSTRACT I
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS II
TABLE OF CONTENTS III
LIST OF TABLES VI
LIST OF FIGURES VIII
CHAPTER 1 1
INTRODUCTION 1
1.1 Research Background 1
1.2 Research Motivation 2
1.3. Research Objectives 3
1.4. Scope of the research 4
1.5 Structure of the research 5
CHAPTER 2 6
LITERATURE REVIEW 6
2.1 Management-related attributes and the first hypothesis 6
2.2 Export quality and the second hypothesis 12
2.3 Information technology in export performance and the third hypothesis 15
2.4 External environment in export performance and the fourth hypothesis 18
2.5 Export performance success of company 20
2.6 The latest four hypotheses for the studied theoretical model 23
CHAPTER 3 30
RESEARCH DESIGN AND METHODOLOGY 30
3.1 Research design 30
3.2. Research framework and hypotheses 31
3.2.1 Theoretical framework 31
3.2.2 Items of constructs 32
3.2.3 Theoretical linkage and hypotheses 37
3.3 Sampling design 38
3.4 Measuring scale 39
3.5 Measurement 40
3.6 Questionnaire pre-testing 40
3.7 Data Collection 43
3.8 Data analysis method 44
CHAPTER 4 46
ANALYSIS RESULT 46
4.1. Descriptive Statistics 46
4.1.1 The Established Year of Companies 46
4.1.2 The Size of Companies 47
4.1.3 Percentage of Revenue from Exporting Performance 48
4.1.4 Means and Standard Deviations of each items in questionnaire 48
4.2. The reliability of main constructs in the study model by Cronbach’s Alpha 52
4.3. Manipulate Factor Analysis to reduce the amount of observed variables 59
4.4. Confirmatory Factor Analysis for Assessing Measurement Model 63
4.5. Assessing Fit Indices of Confirmatory Factor Analysis 65
4.6. The Result of Structural Equation Model for Five Main Constructs 66
4.7. Assessment Indices of Fixed Structural Equation Model 68
4.8. Results of Hypotheses Testing 69
CHAPTER 5 73
CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS 73
5.1 Summary of findings 73
5.2 Discussions 74
5.3 Limitations 77
5.4 Contributions 78
5.4.1 Contributions to research field 78
5.4.2 Contributions to practice 79
5.5 Recommendations for future research 80
REFERENCES 82
APPENDIX 86
Appendix 1 Questionnaire in English Version 86
Appendix 2 Questionnaire in Vietnamese Version 91
Appendix 3. Goodness of Fit Statistics for Confirmatory Factor Analysis 96
Appendix 4. Goodness of Fit Statistics for Structural Equation Model 97
Appendix 5. Syntax in Lisrel Process 98
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