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    Je dois vivre ! = (Tôi phải sống!) : chroniques du goulag Hô-Chi-Minh,1975-1988

    Nguyễn, Hữu Lê
    Nguyễn, Thành Khương
    Paris : les Indes savantes
    2014
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    Titre: Je dois vivre ! = (Tôi phải sống!) : chroniques du goulag Hô-Chi-Minh,1975-1988 / Nguyễn, Hữu Lê, Nguyễn, Thành Khương
    Auteur: Nguyễn, Hữu Lê
    Contributeur: Nguyễn, Thành Khương
    Editeur: Paris : les Indes savantes
    Date: 2014
    Collation: 307 p.
    Identifiant: 9782846543156 (ISBN)
    No RERO: R007808880
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    http://data.rero.ch/01-R007808880/html?view=GE_V1

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    Does it pay for firms in Asia's emerging markets to be market oriented? Evidence from Vietnam

    Hau, Le Nguyen, Evangelista, Felicitas, Thuy, Pham Ngoc
    Journal of Business Research, December 2013, Vol.66(12), pp.2412-2417 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: Does it pay for firms in Asia's emerging markets to be market oriented? Evidence from Vietnam
    Auteur: Hau, Le Nguyen; Evangelista, Felicitas; Thuy, Pham Ngoc
    Sujet: Market Orientation - Emerging Markets - Asia - Vietnam
    Description: The positive effects of market orientation (MO) on firm performance are empirically supported much more strongly by studies conducted in developed than in emerging markets. One commonly cited reason for this differential effect is that MO is affected by the cultural, economic and institutional characteristics of the economies in which it is applied. This study aims to determine whether or not MO is relevant in an Asian emerging market such as Vietnam and if so, how a firm in such countries can become more market oriented. Based on a survey of 300 firms and using structural equation modeling, the present study finds that MO has a significant effect on firm performance and that its adoption is driven by both internal organizational and external market forces. The study identifies these specific internal and external forces, including those that are unique to the emerging economies in Asia.
    Fait partie de: Journal of Business Research, December 2013, Vol.66(12), pp.2412-2417
    Identifiant: 0148-2963 (ISSN); 10.1016/j.jbusres.2013.05.028 (DOI)

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    Performance measurement choices in international joint ventures: What factors drive them?

    Larimo, Jorma, Le Nguyen, Huu, Ali, Tahir
    Journal of Business Research, February 2016, Vol.69(2), pp.877-887 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Building the “Aphasia House”: a pilot study of the needs of persons with aphasia following rehabilitation

    Le Nguyen, Adalie, Le Dorze, Guylaine, Bourbonnais, Louise
    Aphasiology, 26 July 2018, Vol.32, sup.1, p.156-158 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
    Routledge (Taylor & Francis Group)
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    Titre: Building the “Aphasia House”: a pilot study of the needs of persons with aphasia following rehabilitation
    Auteur: Le Nguyen, Adalie; Le Dorze, Guylaine; Bourbonnais, Louise
    Editeur: Routledge
    Sujet: Abstract - Aphasia - Rehabilitation - Residence - Social Participation
    Fait partie de: Aphasiology, 26 July 2018, Vol.32, sup.1, p.156-158
    Identifiant: 0268-7038 (ISSN); 1464-5041 (E-ISSN); 10.1080/02687038.2018.1486383 (DOI)

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    Bi-polarized translation of ascidian maternal mRNA determinant pem-1 associated with regulators of the translation machinery on cortical Endoplasmic Reticulum (cER)

    Paix, Alexandre, Le Nguyen, Phuong Ngan, Sardet, Christian
    Developmental Biology, 1 September 2011, Vol.357(1), pp.211-226 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Implementation of Web-Based Respondent-Driven Sampling among Men Who Have Sex with Men in Vietnam (Web-RDS Among MSM in Vietnam)

    Bengtsson, Linus, Lu, Xin, Nguyen, Quoc Cuong, Camitz, Martin, Hoang, Nguyen Le, Nguyen, Tuan Anh, Liljeros, Fredrik, Thorson, Anna
    2012, Vol.7(11), p.e49417 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Computational Reverse-Engineering of a Spider-Venom Derived Peptide Active Against Plasmodium falciparum SUB1 (Modeling the Inhibition of an Anti-Malaria Peptide)

    Bastianelli, Giacomo, Bouillon, Anthony, Nguyen, Christophe, Crublet, Elodie, Pêtres, Stéphane, Gorgette, Olivier, Le-Nguyen, Dung, Barale, Jean-Christophe, Nilges, Michael
    PLoS ONE, 2011, Vol.6(7), p.e21812 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    The impact of government subsidies and enterprises’ R&D investment: A panel data study from renewable energy in China

    Yu, Feifei, Guo, Yue, Le-Nguyen, Khuong, Barnes, Stuart J., Zhang, Weiting
    Energy Policy, February 2016, Vol.89, pp.106-113 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: The impact of government subsidies and enterprises’ R&D investment: A panel data study from renewable energy in China
    Auteur: Yu, Feifei; Guo, Yue; Le-Nguyen, Khuong; Barnes, Stuart J.; Zhang, Weiting
    Sujet: Renewable Energy - Enterprise - Government Subsidy - Ownership - R&Amp;D Investment - Threshold Effect
    Description: In this research, we aim to understand the influence of government subsidies on enterprises’ research and development (R&D) investment behavior, particularly in China’s renewable energy sector. We are also interested in examining how the attributes of enterprise ownership act as a moderating variable for the relationship between government subsidies and R&D investment behavior. Three classical panel data analysis models including the pooled ordinary least squares (OLS) model, the fixed effect model and the random effect model are employed. We find that government subsidies have a significant crowding out influence on enterprises’ R&D investment behavior and that the influence is further moderated by the attributes of enterprise ownership. Moreover, a panel threshold regression model is used to demonstrate how the influence of government subsidies on enterprises’ R&D investment behavior will change when government subsidies increase. Two thresholds, 0.6% and 10.1%, are identified. We recommend that relevant government departments should motivate enterprise R&D investment behavioral intention by increasing subsidies within a certain range. Different attributes of enterprise ownership should also be considered as part of policy reform and re-structuring relating to government subsidies. •Government subsidies have a significant crowding-out effect on enterprises’ R&D.•The moderating role of the attributes of company ownership is examined.•A panel threshold regression model is used to explore the influence of subsidy.•First examining the effect of subsidy in the renewable industry in China.
    Fait partie de: Energy Policy, February 2016, Vol.89, pp.106-113
    Identifiant: 0301-4215 (ISSN); 10.1016/j.enpol.2015.11.009 (DOI)

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    Double‐metal complexation of heterogels containing cyanobacterial polysaccharides

    Okajima, Maiko K., Le Nguyen, Quyen Thi, Nakamura, Masatoshi, Ogawa, Tetsuya, Kurata, Hiroki, Kaneko, Tatsuo
    Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 05 April 2013, Vol.128(1), pp.676-683 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
    John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
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    Titre: Double‐metal complexation of heterogels containing cyanobacterial polysaccharides
    Auteur: Okajima, Maiko K.; Le Nguyen, Quyen Thi; Nakamura, Masatoshi; Ogawa, Tetsuya; Kurata, Hiroki; Kaneko, Tatsuo
    Sujet: Cyanobacteria - Gels - Metal Complexation - Polysaccharides - Rare Earth Metals
    Description: Cryogenic‐transmission electron microscopy of metal complexes with cyanobacterial polysaccharides, sacran, extracted from biomaterials reveals that Nd complexes form networks composed of thick strings with a thickness ranging 10–20 nm while Fe ones make dense entanglement of very thin strings. When Fe and Nd double complexation occurs, dense nanonetworks composed of thick strings with a thickness around 10 nm are formed. Next we prepared heterogels by crosslinking poly(vinyl alcohol) chains in the presence of sacran and investigated the effects of double complexation on metal sorption. The amount of Nd sorbed into the heterogels in the 1 : 1 miscible solution of Fe and Nd is higher than that in the solution containing only Nd suggesting that Fe assists the Nd sorption. In addition, it is found that the amount of sorbed Nd is much higher than that of sorbed Fe even in the acidic condition of pH 2. © 2012 Wiley Periodicals, Inc. J. Appl. Polym. Sci., 2013
    Fait partie de: Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 05 April 2013, Vol.128(1), pp.676-683
    Identifiant: 0021-8995 (ISSN); 1097-4628 (E-ISSN); 10.1002/app.38261 (DOI)

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    Understanding cross‐product purchase intention in an IT brand extension context

    Guo, Yue, Zhu, Ying, Barnes, Stuart J., Bao, Yongchuan, Li, Xiaotong, Le‐Nguyen, Khuong
    Psychology & Marketing, June 2018, Vol.35(6), pp.392-411 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: Understanding cross‐product purchase intention in an IT brand extension context
    Auteur: Guo, Yue; Zhu, Ying; Barnes, Stuart J.; Bao, Yongchuan; Li, Xiaotong; Le‐Nguyen, Khuong
    Sujet: Brand Extension - Brand Satisfaction - Continuance Purchase Behavior - Cross‐Product Purchase - Hedonic Expectancy - It Product Purchase - Perceived Service Quality - Utilitarian Expectancy
    Description: This study investigates why some customers of a brand tend to purchase IT products launched by the same brand in a different category, but others do not. Combining insights from marketing and information systems research, this study develops an integrative model of cross‐category purchases of IT products in a brand extension context. This research extends the information system (IS) continuance model by integrating brand extension factors such as perceived fit into the new model. The proposed model is empirically tested using data collected from 342 Xiaomi customers. The results show that in addition to post‐acceptance usefulness perceptions and brand satisfaction, the perceived service quality and perceived fit of the initial purchase also have strong effects on consumers’ continuance purchase intentions toward a brand extension product. Hedonic and utilitarian expectancy mediate the relationship between consumers’ post‐consumption views of the initial purchase and their intention of the subsequent purchase of a different product under the same brand.
    Fait partie de: Psychology & Marketing, June 2018, Vol.35(6), pp.392-411
    Identifiant: 0742-6046 (ISSN); 1520-6793 (E-ISSN); 10.1002/mar.21094 (DOI)