[1] Nguyen Quang Jason (Ivey Business School, Western University), Le Vu Quan (YSEALI Academy, Fulbright University Vietnam), and Ha Trang Jasmine (Department of Sociology, Western University, and Center for Studies in Demography and Ecology at University of Washington). (forthcoming 2021), “Impacts of Health Concerns on Online Shopping Activities and Service Reconfiguration during Covid-19 Pandemic: Insights from Vietnam,” Service Science. Special Issue on Reimagining the Science of Service in a Post-Pandemic World, Guest Editors: Marshall Fisher (Wharton), Andy Neely (Cambridge), Rohit Verma (Cornell).


[2] Le Vu Quan, and Lisovich Nguyen Mai (Faculty of Business Administration, Van Lang University). (forthcoming 2021), “Explaining Gender Differences in Entrepreneurship: The Impacts of Motivations, Success Factors and Business Training on the Performance of Microenterprises in Central Vietnam,” International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business.


[3] Ha Trang Jasmine, Le Vu Quan, and Nguyen Quang Jason. (forthcoming 2021), “Impacts of COVID-19 on Financial Inclusion and Digital Transformation: Insights from Consumer Behaviors in Vietnam,” in Financial Transformations Beyond the Covid-19 Health Crisis, edited by Boubaker Sabri (EM Normandie), and Nguyen Duc Khuong (IPAG Business School), World Scientific Publishing.


[4] Le Vu Quan, Cowal Sanya (Department of Environmental Studies, University of California, Santa Cruz), Jovanovic Grace (Department of Environmental Studies, Seattle University), and Le Don-Thuan (Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Seattle University), (forthcoming 2021), A Study of Regenerative Farming Practices and Sustainable Coffee in the Central Highlands of Vietnam, Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems.


[5] Niranjan Chipalkatti (Department of Accounting, Seattle University), Le Vu Quan, and Rishi Meenakshi (Department of Economics, Seattle University), (forthcoming 2021) Sustainability and Society: Do Environmental, Social, and Governance Factors Matter for Foreign Direct Investment? Energies.

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