A Critical Analysis Of Customs-Business Partnership Compliance The Import And Export Enterprises With Customs Law And Regulation

Palabras clave: Binary Logistic Regression, Customs-Business Partnerships, Compliance, Import And Export Enterprises. Alianzas Aduanas-Negocios, Cumplimiento, Empresas de Importación y Exportación, Regresión logística binaria.




This research systematically presents the multifarious information and data from secondary and primary sources to provide the results of articles and papers relative to Customs-Business Partnership that affect the compliance of import and export enterprises based on customs law and regulation. The authors have established the theoretical model to analyze the Customs-Business Partnership in Vietnam. The authors conducted a survey involving  202 enterprises from the cities of Hanoi, Hai Phong, Dong Nai, Ho Chi Minh, Binh Duong, and Vung Tau, respectively, on August 2018. By using and performing a multivariate regression method and analysis, the paper gives predictions following the Binary logistic regression.



Esta investigación presenta sistemáticamente la información y datos múltiples de fuentes secundarias y primarias para proporcionar los resultados de artículos y documentos relacionados con la Asociación de Aduanas y Negocios que afectan el cumplimiento de las empresas de importación y exportación de acuerdo con las leyes y regulaciones aduaneras. Los autores han establecido el modelo teórico para analizar la Asociación de Aduanas y Negocios en Vietnam. Los autores realizaron una encuesta con 202 empresas de las ciudades de Hanoi, Hai Phong, Dong Nai, Ho Chi Minh, Binh Duong y Vung Tau, respectivamente, en agosto de 2018. Mediante el uso y la realización de un método y análisis de regresión multivariante, el documento da predicciones siguiendo la regresión logística binaria

Biografía del autor/a

V. D NGUYEN, Academy of Finance

Dr. Vu Duy Nguyen is currently the Deputy Dean of  Tax and Customs Department at the Academy of  Finance in Hanoi City, Vietnam. He graduated Ph.D. in Public Law at the University of Paris, France where he finished his Masters in Economics and Management. He has published a number of articles relative to Customs Administration and Business Management at peer-reviewed  Business and Law  Journals and even in Scopus indexed journals.

P. G AQUINO, Duy Tan University

Dr. Perfecto Aquino, Jr is currently a Researcher cum Lecturer at the Social Science and Economics Institute and the Faculty of Business Administration of  Duy Tan University in Danang City, Vietnam. He is a holder of Ph.D. in Public Administration and Business Management at the Pontifical University of Santo Tomas, Manila, Philippines, since 2001. He was formerly an Assistant Professor / Head of Business Administration Division at the Emirates College for Management and Information Technology and at the American University in the  Emirates, Dubai, United Arab  Emirates. He has published a number of papers at double-blind peer-reviewed journals in Business Management and Scopus indexed journals. His areas of research interest include Human Resource Management, Organizational Behavior and Leadership, Entrepreneurship and Family Business, CSR, Marketing Management and Logistics, and Supply Chain Management.

D. HONG LE, Duy Tan Univerity

Dr. Doan Hong Le is presently the Vice-Director and an Associate Professor of the Social Science and Economics Research Institute of Duy Tan University in Danang City, Vietnam. He was a graduate of Doctorate in Philosophy in Business Administration at the University of  Danang in Vietnam. He has successfully collaborated and has published some articles relative to Customs and Business Management at ISI and Scopus indexed journals.



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NGUYEN, V. D., AQUINO, P. G., & HONG LE, D. (2019). A Critical Analysis Of Customs-Business Partnership Compliance The Import And Export Enterprises With Customs Law And Regulation. Utopía Y Praxis Latinoamericana, 24(1), 349-358. Recuperado a partir de https://www.produccioncientificaluz.org/index.php/utopia/article/view/29968