Young researchers show their creativity at ICYREB 2017


New features at ICYREB 2017

ICYREB 2017 took place on the morning of Nov. 30th2017 at University of Economics – The University of Da Nang (DUE) with the participation of nearly 200 young delegates from Vietnam and abroad. In particular, the conference was attended by three main speakers from three different continents: Prof. Dr. Eric D. Ramstetter - Research Professor of Asian Growth Research Institute, Professor at Kyushu University (Japan), Chief Editor of Asian Economic Journal; Prof. Nguyen Duc Khuong - Deputy Director of Research - IPAG Business School (France), ranked 7/200 of the best young economists in the world in 2015, and Prof. Sushil Sharma - Ball State University (USA), Chief Editor of The International Journal Of E-Adoption. 


Prof.Dr. Tran Van Nam–President of the University of Danang gave flowers to keynote speakers

This year, the workshop was titled "Vietnamese enterprises with the Fourth Industrial Revolution" - a practical subject when Vietnamese enterprises are in need of appropriate strategies such as restructuring business models and human resource quality in order to catch up with the new trends of the 4.0 industrial revolution. ICRYREB 2017 is a forum for scientists to discuss, build and equip the theoretical basis, solutions and propose policy implications to help Vietnamese businesses to be more competitive in the era of the Fourth Industrial Revolution.


Leaders of the University of Danang, UE-UD’s Board of Rectors, representatives of co-organizers and three keynote speakers at the seminar

Out of 130 articles released by the scientists, the organizers selected 70 topics to be presented at the Subcommittee on Accounting, Economics, Marketing, Law, Finance, Banking, Business Administration, Tourism- Commerce - human resources. Unlike previous conferences, scientists participating in ICYREB this year presented their research entirely in English and the discussion session at the subcommittees was  also more exciting with the active commentaries from the authors.

In addition to the main discussion sessions, the economics institutions also held a round table meeting to discuss and share experience in support of international publication and collaborative research in international publication.

Young scientists demonstrate their creativity at the workshop

The discussion at the subcommittees was filled with exciting young scientists with a variety of research topics in various fields: Economics, Finance, Banking, Accounting, Business Administration, Marketing, Tourism, Human Resource Management, Commerce, International Business and Law.


Presentation of Prof. Nguyen Duc Khuong - Deputy Director of IPAG Business School

It is a forum for scientists to discuss, build and equip the theoretical basis, solutions and propose policy implications that help Vietnamese enterprises to compete better in the era of 4.0, ICYREB brought together practical topics such as: Personalization in the age of Internet,implications for Vietnamese enterprises, Industry 4.0 and innovative opportunities for Logistics sector, the impacts of the 4th Industrial Revolution on Vietnamese businesses, Rethinking about Vietnam educational reform in the context of the fourth Industrial Revolution, Monetary policy and Inequality in Vietnam: implications for the Industrial Revolution 4.0.


Sushil Sharma (Associate Dean and Professor of Information Systems, Ball State University)


The presentation of the top three keynote speakers is one of the highlights of ICYREB 2017, attracting the attention of many scientists participating in the workshop .With the following subjects: “Financial Development, Government Bond Returns, and Stability: International Evidence”, Prof. Nguyen Duc Khuong (Deputy Director ofIPAG Business School) brings a new perspective on the relationship between the development of companies and the government bond market. Research shows that between developed and developing countries, the degree of financial impact differs in different markets. The subject is a reference for governments to settle informed policy planning, enabling economic actors in the economy to participate effectively in the capital markets. The research of Prof.Sushil Sharma (Professor of Information Systems, Ball State University) shows the direction of applying new technology for universities as well as organizations and businesses. The research suggests ways in overcoming the challenges of the Industrial Revolution 4.0. Describing the importance of private enterprises in the economy, Prof. Eric. Ramstetter (Chief Editor of Asian Economic Journal) focuses on the spread of products from multinational companies, foreign corporations and trade protection in Vietnam.


Prof. Eric. Ramstetter (Chief Editor of Asian Economic Journal)


Presentations, discussions at the sessions are also very exciting


Best paper awards and announce the next host

After nearly exciting 6 hours, the International Conference for Young Researchers was closed with awards for the three best articles.

"Best_paper_awards" by ICYREB 2017 are:

- “Finance – Growth nexus in Developing countries: threshold or not” - Bui Thanh Trung, Nguyen Thi Thanh Van, Le Thi Thuy Hang (University of Economics Ho Chi Minh City)
- Purchase intention towards green products at supermarkets in Ho Chi Minh city, VietNam – Nguyen Tuan Duong, Le Huu Phuoc, Nguyen Huynh Ngoc Tram (Foreign Trade University)
- The impact of FDI on quality of enviroment – Empricial analysis for six ASEAN countries” - Le Thi Hong Minh, Hoang Thi Phuong Anh, Tran Nguyen Dan, Tran Thi Anh Thu – (University of Economics Ho Chi Minh City)


Assoc Prof. Dr, Vo Thi Thuy Anh - Vice Rector of UE-UD awarded for excellent articles


ICYREB 2017 has been successful, the attraction of the workshop is demonstrated by the number of young scientists. With the experience from various international scientific conferences as well as network with foreign partners, UE-UD has fully fulfilled the role as the host of ICYREB 2017. Many high quality research papers are presented at this workshop. The comments at the discussion sessions are the basis for the authors to continue their articles and bring them to further  seminars, scientific journals, both domestically and internationally.