Dinh Thi Thanh Van


1. Personal Information:
Full name:
 DINH Thi Thanh Van
DOB:
 1976
Position:

 Vice Dean, Faculty of Banking and Finance, VNU-UEB

Title:
 Doctor
Foreign language:
 English
Email:
vandtt@ vnu.edu.vn
Telephone:
 (84-4) 3754 7506 + Ext.552
Mobile:
 (84) 904 641 686
Office:

 R512, E1 Building, VNU - University of Economics and Business,144 Xuan Thuy Rd., Cau Giay Dist., Hanoi, Vietnam

 
2. Education and Trainings:                          
  • August 2013 - May 2014: University of California, Berkeley, US: Financial Markets and Institutions (undegraduate); Risk Management (MBA), Finance Seminars, Asset Pricing , Advanced Econometrics (PhD)
  • 2009 - Present: Ph.D Candidate, Management, Northcentral University (expected 2015)
  • 1/2009 - 11/2011: PhD - BA with dissertation topic in service quality in the retail banking sector, Tarlac State University, Philippines - Hong Kong Campus.
  • July 2010: Certificate “Leadership for the Success of the Organization”, University of La Verne - short course, US. Operated in Vietnam.
  • August 2009: Certificate “Teaching Knowledge Test (3 Modules)”, University of Cambridge, ESOL Examination, UK. Operated in Vietnam.
  • November 2008: Certificate “Financial Risk Management”, Stellar Management, Vietnam. Operated in Vietnam.
  • September 2008: Certificate “Case Study Teaching Method”, Boise State University, US. Operated in Vietnam.
  •  August 2008: Certificate “Risk Management and Profit Chain Management”, Haas School of Business, University of California - Berkeley, US. Operated in Vietnam.
  • June 2006: Certificate “Training for Higher Education Lecturers at VNU”, Vietnam National University, Hanoi, Vietnam.
  • July 2005: Certificate “Training for the Trainers in Finance, World Economics”, US Institute of Economics and Institutional Development, Hanoi, Vietnam  
  • 2003 - 2005: MBA - Finance, University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire, US.
  • 1994 - 1998: BA - Accounting, National Economics University, Vietnam.

3. Work experience:

  • October 2014 - present: Vice Dean, Faculty of Finance and Banking, VNU University of Business and Economics. Teaching interest include Bank Management, Treasury Management in Banks, Financial Risk Management, and Corporate Finance in undergraduate and master programs. Research interest includes retail banking services, electronic banking services, bank restructuring, risk management in banks, bank mergers and acquisitions, personal finance, microfinance operation.
  • September 2014 - October 2014: Head of Banking Department, Faculty of Finance and Banking, VNU University of Business and Economics.
  • August 2013 - May 2014: Postdoctoral Research Fellowship, Fulbright Scholar, Haas School of Business, University of California at Berkeley, US.
  • April 2012 - August 2013: Head of Banking Department, Faculty of Finance and Banking, VNU University of Business and Economics.
  • August 2008 - April 2012: Vice Head of Banking Department, Faculty of Finance and Banking, VNU University of Business and Economics.
  • July 2005 - August 2008: Lecturer, Faculty of Finance and Banking, University of Business and Economics, VNU.
  • September 2004 - June 2005: Research Assistant, University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire, US.
  • July 1999 - August 2002: Dean Assistant, Faculty of Economics (presently University of Economics and Business, Vietnam National University, Hanoi.
  • August 1998 - July 1999: Accountant, DeBon Vietnam-Korea Cosmetic JVC.
4. Publications:
  1. Dinh, V., Le, T. & Nguyen, H. (2015). Factors affect the financial stability of the banking system in Vietnam. Journal of Economics and Development (forthcoming, accepted).
  2. Dinh, V. (2015). NPLs resolutions after the financial crisis: Lessons from Thai Lan. Conference Proceedings, State Bank of Vietnam and UEB, October 2015.
  3. Dinh, V. & Le, U. (2015). Comparing NPLs resolutions in Asian banks: Lessons for Vietnamese banking system. Journal of Banking, Special Issue, October 2015.
  4. Dinh, V. & Nguyen, T. (2015). Vietnam’s import and export in the context of Chinese yuan devaluation. Journal of Finance, Ministry of Finance, Sept 2015.
  5. Tran, T. & Dinh, V. (2015). Financing sources for SMEs in Hanoi. Business and Economics Review, Volume 31 (3), 1-11.
  6. Dinh, V. & Nguyen, T. (2015). Measuring financial literacy and capability: International framework and practices. Journal of Banking, July 2015
  7. Dinh, V., Le, U. & Le. P. (2015). Impacts of internet banking services to bank performance: Evidence from Vietnam. Journal of Internet Banking and Commerce. July 2015. Scopus indexed journal, Canada. Can be retrieved from http://www.icommercecentral.com/open-access/measuring-the-impacts-of-internet-banking-to-bank-performance-evidence-from-vietnam.php?aid=57905
  8. Dinh, V. & Le, T. (2015) Developing personal finance services: International experience and lessons learned. Vietnam National University, Hanoi Publishing House.
  9. Dinh, V. (2015). Training personal finance planners in the US and recommendations for Vietnam. Journal of Financial and Monetary Markets. Vietnam Banking Association. March 2015.
  10. Nguyen, T.C et al. (2014). Chapter 5: International Finance in International Economics. Vietnam Social Science Academy.
  11. Nguyen, S.H. et al. (2014). Sustainable development for the banking sector in Vietnam. National Politics Publishing House. Member of the authors.
  12. Nguyen, S. H. et al. (2014). Shaping the banking system in Vietnam after its restructuring: International practices and recommendations for Vietnam. Research member. Autumn Economics Forum 2014. National Assembly Economics Committee. 
  13. Dinh, V. & Pickler, L. (2012). Examining service quality and customer satisfaction in the retail banking sector in Vietnam. Journal of Relationship Management. American Banking Association. Volume 11, Issue 4. Scopus indexed journal. United Kingdom.
  14. Dinh, V (2012). Examining customer satisfaction in the retail banking sector in Vietnam. Conference Proceedings. The College of Business and Department of Marketing, Illinois State University, La Verne, California, US. June 2012.
  15. Nguyen, S. H. et al. (2012). Banking system restructuring in Vietnam. Annual Vietnam’s Economy Report 2012. Center for Economics and Policy Research. Vietnam National University Publishing House. Research member.
  16. Dinh, V. (2012). Non-performing loans, loan classification, and provisions following prevailing regulations in Vietnam and international standards. Journal of Banking. State Bank of Vietnam, October, Vietnam.
  17. Dinh, V. (2011). ALM model and public debt management in Vietnam. National Academy of Public Administration Journal. August, Vietnam.
  18. Dinh, V. (2011). Applying ALM model into public debt management. Banking Technology Journal, July, Banking Academy, Hanoi, Vietnam
  19. Dinh, V (2010). International experience: International banking and financial architecture. Banking Training and Research Journal, October, University of Banking, Hochiminh City, Vietnam
  20. Dinh, V (2010). M&A in the banking sector in Vietnam. Banking Technology Journal, July, Banking Academy, Hanoi, Vietnam.
  21. Dinh, V (2010). Some issues in M& A activities in the banking sector in Vietnam. Journal of Monetary and Financial Markets. Vietnam Banking Association. Volume 15, 27-28.
  22. Dinh, V (2008). A comparative study of Vietnamese and American customers’ behavior in negotiation style and implications for global pricing strategy. Journal of Global Business Issues, 3 (2), 25-32. Can be retrieved from http://search.proquest.com/docview/223740619?accountid=28180
  23. Dinh, V. & Lee, P. (2008) A comparative study of Vietnamese and American customers’ behavior in negotiation style and implications for global pricing strategy. Conference Proceedings, Clute Institution, Las Vegas, US, November 2008. (Lead author)
  24. Ready, K. J., & Dinh, V. (2008). Exploring facets of job satisfaction: Lessons for expatriate managers in Vietnam. The Business Review, Cambridge, 10 (2). (Summer 2008): 8-13. Can be retrieved from http://www.jaabc.com/brcv10n2preview.html
  25. Ready, K. J., Dinh, V. (2006). US. Lessons for foreign managers when dealing with educated workforce in Vietnam. Conference Proceedings, Clute Institution, Cancun- Mexico, March 2006.
  26. Ready, K. J., & Dinh, V. (2006). Vietnam’s developing markets: How do perceptions and strategies in the negotiation process differ from the U.S.? Journal of Diversity Management, 1(1). Can be retrieved from http://journals.cluteonline.com/index.php/JDM/article/view/5029

5. Research and Project Activities:

  1. Ministerial level research project at Banking Academy: Impacts of investors’ perception on the monetary policy efficiency (Research member). From March 2015 to December 2015.
  2. NAFOSTED. National research project: The role of green banking in the green economic growth model and economy restructuring -theoretical framework and international experiences (Research member). From June 2014 to June 2016.
  3. Ministerial level research project at National Economics University: Improving the operating performance of People Credit Funds in the South of Vietnam (Research member). From January 2014 to December 2016.
  4. University of Economics and Business. Research project: Access to finance of SMEs in the North of Vietnam: Constraints and solutions. From March 2015 - December 2015.
  5. Hass School of Business. University of California, Berkeley, US. Research project: Electronic banking adoption in the US and lessons for Vietnam. From Sept 2013- May 2014.
  6. Vietnam National University, Hanoi. University of Business and Economics, Research project: Sustainable development for the banking sector in Vietnam (Research member). August 2011- July 2013.
  7.  Vietnam National University, Hanoi. University of Business and Economics, Research project: Assessment of the coordination among macroeconomics policies (monetary and fiscal policies) in Vietnam (Research member). August 2010- July 2012.
  8. University of Business and Economics, VNU Hanoi research project: Non-performing loan resolution in several Asian banks and lessons learned for Vietnam. October 2007 - October 2008.
  9. Faculty of Finance and Banking, University of Business and Economics, VNU Hanoi project: Designing the doctoral program curriculum program in Banking & Finance (Member). June 2012 up to present.
  10. Faculty of Finance and Banking, University of Business and Economics, VNU Hanoi project: Designing the master program curriculum joint program in Banking & Finance with University of California, Long Beach - US. (Member). July 2012 up to present.
  11. Faculty of Finance and Banking, University of Business and Economics, VNU Hanoi project: Designing graduation standards for the bachelor program in Banking & Finance. (Member). Year 2011.
  12. Faculty of Finance and Banking, University of Business and Economics, VNU Hanoi project: Designing the bachelor honor program curriculum in Banking & Finance. (Member). Year 2009- 2011.
  13. Faculty of Finance and Banking, University of Business and Economics, VNU Hanoi project: Designing the bachelor program curriculum for double degrees in Banking & Finance and English. (Member). Year 2010.


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