Vũ Việt Quảng

Vũ Việt Quảng

Ph.D, Old Dominion University, USA, United States

Quang Vu was born in Saigon (Vietnam) in 1968. He received his MSc degree in Finance from University of Ecomonics Hochiminh City in 2005, and PhD in Busimess Adminstration with concentration in Finance from Old Dominion University, Virginia, United States in 2013. He joined School of Finance, U.E.H. in 2001 and has been teaching some courses in Finance in both English and Vietnamese, including Corporate Finance, International Finance and Econometrics for Finance, among others. He is the author or coauthor of several papers in international and domestic refereed journals and international conference contributions. His research interests cover several aspects in Finance, mainly global financial crisis, behavioral finance and corporate governance.

Research interests:

Corporate Finance, Investments, Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management, Quantitative Methods in Finance, Econometrics for Finance, Financial Modeling, International Finance and Financial Statement Analysis

  1. Vu, Q., DuVal, C. W., Quilliam, W., & Santos, N. (2016). A Study of Stock Option Exercises with a New Measure of Earnings Management.  Global Economy of Finance Journal, Vol. 9. No. 2., September 2016, Pages: 1 – 16
  2. Vu, Q., DuVal, C. W., Quilliam, W., & Santos, N. (2016).  Examining the Effects of Book-Tax Differences on Stock Price Manipulations Global Review of Accounting and Finance, Vol. 7. No. 1. March 2016 Issue. Pp. 62 – 82.
  3. Duval, C. W., Quilliam, W., Vu, Q., & Santos, N. (2016).  Backing into the U.S: A Study of Chinese Reverse Mergers.   Journal of Business and Policy Research, 11 (1), 36-48.
  4. Luchtenberg, K. F. & Vu, Q. (2015).  The 2008 financial crisis: Stock market contagion and its determinants.   Research in International Business and Finance, 33, 178-203, doi: 10.1016/j.ribaf.2014.09.007.
  1. Vu, Quang Viet & Ta, Tra Thanh Thi, (2018) “Determinants of Cross-Border M&A and Greenfield FDI: The Discrepancies and Evidence from Emerging Countries“, E-Proceedings of the World Finance Conference AIB US Southeast Conference, p.92, Novenber 1st-3rd 2018, Nashville, TN.
  2. Duval, C., Quilliam, W., Vu, Q., & Santos, N. (2016).  Backing into the U.S.: A Study of Chinese Reverse Mergers.   E-Proceedings of the World Finance Conference. 29 – 31 July 2016, Manhattan, New York.
  3. Duval, C., Quilliam, W., Vu, Q., & Santos, N. (2015).  Backing into the U.S.: A Study of Chinese Reverse Mergers.   Proceedings of Annual Spain Business Research Conference 14 – 15 September 2015, Novotel Barcelona City Hotel, Barcelona, Spain.
  4. Vu, Q., DuVal, C. W., Quilliam, W., & Santos, N. (2015).  Examining the Effects of Book-Tax Differences on Stock Price Manipulations.   Proceedings of Annual Spain Business Research Conference 14 – 15 September 2015, Novotel Barcelona City Hotel, Barcelona, Spain.
  5. Vu, Q., DuVal, C. W., Quilliam, W., & Santos, N. (2015).  Book-Tax Income Differences: A New Measure of Earnings Management.   Proceedings of Annual Spain Business Research Conference 14 – 15 September 2015, Novotel Barcelona City Hotel, Barcelona, Spain.