Trần Thị Tuấn Anh

Trần Thị Tuấn Anh

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Dr. Tran Thi Tuan Anh is currently the Vice Dean of the Faculty of Mathematics – Statistics UEH and a Research Fellow at the Institute of Business research with strong expertise in econometrics in the financial sector. She did her PhD in Development Economics at University of Economics Ho Chi Minh city, Vietnam in 2016.

She has published a series of research articles in domestic and foreign journals such as Journal of Economics studies, Journal of Banking technology, Journal of Economics Development, Research in International Business and Finance.
More specifically, the scientific research titled: “Higher-order comoments and asset returns: evidence from emerging equity markets” and “Modeling volatility spillovers from the US equity market to ASEAN stock market by Dr. Tran Thi Tuan Anh and members of the Institute of Business Research (IBR) were respectively published in Annals of Operations Research – Springer Publishing House and Pacific-Basin Finance Journal (PBFJ) – by Publisher Elsevier. These are two A-rated scientific journals (according to the ABDC category) and in the ISI/Scopus category.

At VNP, Dr. Tran Thi Tuan Anh teaches Data Science, a field that is foreseen to be a trend in the coming decades with great job opportunities in the field of technology. In addition, she is also well-known for an online learning website that students can visit to strengthen their knowledge after hours.

Research Interest:

Econometrics, Time-Series and Panel Data Modelling, Macroeconomics

 

  1. Xuan Vinh Vo,Thi Tuan Anh Tran (2019). Modelling volatility spillovers from the US equity market to ASEAN stock markets. Pacific-Basin Finance Journal, online Nov 15th 2019.
  2. Tran Thi Tuan Anh (2018).Investigating the gender wage gap in Vietnam by quantile regression: Sticky floor or glass ceiling, Journal of Asian Business and Economic Studies. Vol. 25(S01),pages 04-23.
  3. Dong Phong Nguyen, Xuan Vinh Vo, Thi Tuan Anh Tran, Thi Kim Thoa Tu (2018). Government cost and firm value: evidence from Vietnam, Research in International Business and Finance, Volume 46, pages 55-64.
  4. Tran Thi Tuan Anh (2017). The Fama-French Three-Factor Model in Vietnam – A Quantile Regression Approach. Banking Technology Review. vol 2, no. 2, pp. 239-256.