What have Vietnamese scholars learned from researching entrepreneurship?: A systematic review
La Phuong (),
Thu-Trang Vuong and
Hanh Phuong Hoang
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Hanh Phuong Hoang: Vietnam National Institute of Educational Sciences
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Entrepreneurship has contributed to the rise and stability of Vietnamese economy through innovation, job creation, and nurturing entrepreneurial spirit. Using a structured database of Vietnamese researchers’ scientific publications, the study was able to identify 111 research on entrepreneurship from 2008 to 2018. Then, a homemade software was designed to analyze the data, and produce descriptive tables, charts, and network maps. The results show limited scope and quantity over the past ten years. Moreover, research topics were scattered with most interests focused on management, finance, and legal issues. Technology, gender, and internationalization are attracting public attention but remain underresearched. In the future, entrepreneurial venture and startups in Vietnam will benefit from the growing number of scientific publications.
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