The impact of green investing on the performances of enterprises in Vietnam: A study using both quantitative and qualitative methods

CHU THI MAI PHUONG, NGUYEN THI THANH HUYEN, NGUYEN THUY QUYNH

Abstract


This study analyzes the impact of green investing on the performance of domestic and FDI enterprises in Vietnam. The result from the quantitative model shows that, green investing activities of enterprises have a positive impact on performance of enterprises; and there is no difference in performance between FDI enterprises and domestic firms as these two types of firms increase green investment. The survey result also supports the conclusion that green investing of enterprises has a positive impact on their profitability. However, the responsibility to perform green investments of FDI enterprises is better than that of domestic enterprises. The study’s findings are important empirical evidences for managers to enhance their firms’ green investments which promote business growth and sustainable development.

Keywords: green investments, Firm’s performance, Domestic firms, FDI enterprises 


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