Factors Affecting Product Innovation in ICT Enterprises: A Comparison Between Vietnam and Hungary





ICT enterprises, product innovations, economic growth, national innovation system


The primary purpose of this research is to examine the driving forces behind product innovations in the information and communication technology industry in both Vietnamese and Hungarian contexts. The objective of this research project is to carefully dissect the complexities and multiplicity dimensions of the actors involved in the innovation procedure in the ICT firms located in these countries based on a highly organised mixed-method approach. Outcome expectations are expected to yield results beyond contributing positively to the pool of academic knowledge and practical gains that could be put into use at once within the sphere.

Author Biography

László Várallyai, +36/20/508-393

László Várallyai works at University of Debrecen, Faculty of Agricultural Economics and Rural Development, Department of Business and Agricultural Informatics as associate professor. His specialist areas of work are the following: Software developing, Internet-based developing, Database systems focusing in the field of agriculture. He was taking part in more research projects and has 25 years experience of computer application in agriculture. The most important project is: Support Collaboration Argumentation-based e-Learning in secondary schools, supported by the European Commission, Framework 5 Programme (IST-1999-10664). He was the secretary of the Organizing Committee of the EFITA2003 Conference that was supported by EU. He is head of professional body (Hungarian Association of Agricultural Informatics). He is author or co-author of more than 170 publications. He is responsible for the Agri-digitalization Engineer BSc course.




How to Cite

Nguyen Thi Khanh Huyen, & Várallyai, L. (2024). Factors Affecting Product Innovation in ICT Enterprises: A Comparison Between Vietnam and Hungary . Journal of Agricultural Informatics, 14(2). https://doi.org/10.17700/jai.2023.14.2.704



Journal of Agricultural Informatics