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The impact of institutional pressures and top management regulations on firm performance

Khai, Dinh Cong and Thanh, Ngo Quang (2021): The impact of institutional pressures and top management regulations on firm performance. Published in: POLISH JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES , Vol. 23, No. 2

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Abstract

The manufacturing industry performance in Vietnam has become a significant issue due to covid-19 and other economic factors and needs to examine frequently. Thus, the present research aims to investigate the impact of institutional pressures, such as human resource pressure, resources management pressure and operations management pressures, on the firm performance of the manufacturing industry in Vietnam. This research also examines the mediating impact of top management regulations among the relations of human resource pressure, resources management pressure, operations management pressures and firm performance of the manufacturing industry in Vietnam. The researchers followed the quantitative methods of data collection and used the questionnaires to obtain the data from respondents. A total of 610 questionnaires were sent to them, but only 380 were returned after three weeks and represented approximately 62.29 percent rate of response. This study also used the smart-PLS to examine the relations among the variables. The results indicated that human resource pressure, resources management pressure and operations management pressures positively associate with a firm performance of the manufacturing industry in Vietnam. The results also revealed that top management regulations positively mediate among the links of human resource pressure, resources management pressure, operations management pressures, and firm performance in Vietnam's manufacturing industry. This research has guided the regulators to increase their focus on managing institutional pressures that could enhance the firm performance.

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