Tran Viet Dung


Personal Detail:

Full name:

Tran Viet Dung

 

Year of birth:

1977

Position:

Lecturer, Faculty of International Business and Economics

Degree:

Master (2008)

Language:

English

Email:

tranvietdung0377@yahoo.com         

Telephone:

(84-4) 3754 7506 Ext. 407

Mobile:

(84) 913028525

Address:

144 Xuan Thuy, Cau Giay, Hanoi, Vietnam

Education:

  • 2008: M.A (International Financial Economics) Queensland University

  • 1999: B.A (Foreign Relation Economics) Foreign Trade University

Working experience:

  • 2008 to now:  Lecturer, Faculty of International Business and Economics, University of Economics and Business, Vietnam National University, Hanoi

  • 2002 - 2008: Research, Institute of World Economics and Politics

Publications:

Articles (journals, yearbooks of national and international science workshops):

  1. Vietnam - China Commercial Relations in 1990s, Author, Asia Pacific Economic Review. Volumn 9/1999, 1999.

  2. Lessons learned from the Agentina financial crisis,  Author, America Today Magazine Volumn 5, 2003.

  3. ASEAN common currency, Author, Review of World Economic Issues Volumn 1, 2005.

  4. U.S trade deficits: causes and impacts, Author, Review of World Economic Issues Volumn 1, 2006.

  5. Development of research university to transfer knowledge – a case study of China, Author, China Research Journal Volumn 5(93)/2009, 2009.

  6. Model of Business University – a case study of Singaporean University, Review of World Economic Issues Volumn 5, 2009.

Research Projects:

Completed:

  1. Monetary and Financial Crisis in Argentina (Institute level research), 2002-2003, Institute of World Economics and Politics.

  2. Chinese Monetary and Financial Policies during the period of 1999-2000, 2003, Institute of World Economics and Politics.

  3. ASEAN common currency: the necessity and suggested formation, 2004, Institute of World Economics and Politics.

  4. Asian Development Bank: structure, operations and challenges, 2005, Institute of World Economics and Politics.

  5. Trade deficits of America: causes, consequences and measures to adjust, 2006, Institute of World Economics and Politics.

Currently implemented:

  1. American Financial Crisis: causes and policy implications, 2009, research at the level of University of Economics and Business.



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