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Do Management Interventions Last? Evidence from Vietnamese SMEs

Do Management Interventions Last? Evidence from Vietnamese SMEs
Date:
27 March 2023
Authors:
Yuki Higuchi, Vu Hoang Nam, Tetsushi Sonobe
Tags:
SMEs, Training, Viet Nam, Kaizen

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We conducted randomised experiments to provide management training for 312 small Vietnamese manufacturers in 2010 and repeatedly collected follow-up data in the span of a decade. Analysing panel data constructed from our original surveys with an attrition rate of 4%, we find that our training significantly improved the management quality of the treated entrepreneurs, and such improvement was sustained for at least 5 years. The control entrepreneurs, however, caught up in the longer run.

Do Management Interventions Last? Evidence from Vietnamese SMEs

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