Thuy is Associate Professor of Economics and Finance and Dean of Faculty of Business Administration, Foreign Trade University (FTU), Hanoi, Vietnam. Dr. Thuy got her PhD in Finance from Rotterdam School of Management (Erasmus University, Rotterdam, the Netherlands), M.Sc. of Finance from Tilburg University (Tilburg, the Netherlands), M.A. of Development Economics from Institute of Social Studies (the Hague, the Netherlands) & National Economics University (Hanoi, Vietnam), and B.A. of international economics from Foreign Trade University (Hanoi, Vietnam). Dr. Thuy is senior lecturer of Corporate Finance, Managerial Finance, Investment Management & Analysis, Problems in Financial Management, Project Management, Integrated Business, and Business Analysis. She is also a visiting lecturer at Vietnam National University, CFVG, and others. She is trainer and consultant of finance issues for various groups and corporations, e.g., PVFC, GAET, Viettel… Dr. Thuy also acts as local consultant for various educational capacity-building projects of Vietnam’s Ministry of Education and Training (BCEP, TBS2, HEP2). She served as Director of the MUTRAP III – FTU1 project which was funded by EU. Dr. Thuy has published extensively in academic journals, both locally and internationally. She has also presented her research at various international conferences, including EFA and EFMA. Dr. Thuy’s research interests include private sector development, empirical corporate finance, economic growth and finance, governance, international finance, emerging markets.
Anh is senior researcher at Central Institute for Economic Management (Hanoi, Vietnam), and acts as Vice Editor-in-chief of the Journal of Economic Management. Dr. Tu Anh obtained his PhD in Economics from Université Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne (Paris, France), M.A. in Economic Theory and Econometrics from Midi-Pyrénée School of Economics, Université Toulouse 1 (Toulouse, France), M.A. of Development Economics from Institute of Social Studies (the Hague, the Netherlands) & National Economics University (Hanoi, Vietnam), and B.A. of international economics from Foreign Trade University (Hanoi, Vietnam). His PhD dissertation was entitled “Factors of Economic growth: Competitive Equilibrium and Games of negotiation”.
Dr. Tu Anh has published extensively in local and international academic journals. He has been serving as leader and/or key member of various Vietnamese government’s consultancy & research projects on macro-economic policies and WTO issues. He also acts as local consultant in many other projects with foreign partners’ involvement. Dr. Tu Anh’s research interests include economic growth, industrial policy, monetary and fiscal policies, trade policy and trade negotiation, private sector development.
Chuc is Deputy Director of Department for Investment Policies at Central Institute for Economic Management (Hanoi, Vietnam). Dr. Chuc obtained his PhD in Economics from Aston University (Birmingham, the UK), Master’s degree in Public Policy from Hitotsubashi University (Tokyo, Japan), and B.A. in Economics from National Economics University (Hanoi, Vietnam). His PhD dissertation was entitled “Performance of Small and Medium Enterprises and the Impact of Environmental Variables: Evidence from Vietnam”. Dr. Chuc has published extensively in local and international academic journals. He has been serving as key member of various local and international consultancy & research projects on macro-economic issues. He also acts as organizer of various important academic conferences in Vietnam. Dr. Chuc’s research interests include economic integration, private sector development, FDI, SMEs, trade liberalization, policies for informal sector, emerging markets.
Dang is a lecturer and PhD candidate at Foreign Trade University. She completed a Bachelor degree of Accounting at the National Economics University in Hanoi, Vietnam in 2001. She then entered the master’s program in Development Economics, which is jointly organized by the National Economics University (Hanoi, Vietnam) and the Institute of Social Studies (The Hague, Netherlands). After the completion of her master degree in 2003, she worked at Industry and Commercial Bank of Vietnam in the areas of credit card and debt collecting. In 2008, she moved to the position as Head of credit risk management department in HANDICO Finance Company. Her PhD thesis focuses on the factors affecting debt access of small and medium-sized enterprises, in Vietnam in general and in Hanoi in particular. To deeply understand these issues, she has investigated the operation and development of small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in Vietnam and Hanoi after the “Doi moi” (Renovation process) and will complete a deep survey of more than 200 SMEs in Hanoi later on. She is also interested in doing research on the drivers and constraints of the development of small and medium-sized enterprises in Vietnam in general and in Hanoi in particular. She is author of several published articles in this area.
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Giang is a researcher at the Research Center for Petroleum Economics and Management, Vietnam Petroleum Institute. Giang obtained his Master’s degree in International Law and Economics from the World Trade Institute (University of Bern, Switzerland), and B.A. in International Business Management from Foreign Trade University (Hanoi, Vietnam). Giang has been taking part in various research projects on petroleum economics, strategic management, human resource management and innovation in the petroleum industry. He is also familiar with research in management in the context of globalization and the impacts of international trade on service industries. Giang had experience of working for Vietnam Airlines, where he participated in many strategic projects in the corporation, conducting research on the issues of integration, strategic management and strategic alliance in the global aviation industry. Giang has published extensively in local academic journals and is making effort to publish his recent research results in international peer-reviewed journals. Giang’s research interests include private sector development, strategic management, human resource development and economic growth, international trade, and international business.
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