UEH School of Banking is going to organize one of their research series at 1:30pm onJanuary 22nd, 2016 at room A.201, UEH headquarter 59C Nguyen Dinh Chieu, District 3, Ho Chi Minh City.
Session 1:Presentation: The Euro Crisis, Any lesson for Vietnam?
Presenter: Prof. Roderick Macdonald
Language: English (Vietnamese interpreter applied)
What we call the euro crisis is a collection of national financial crises which hold lessons for Vietnam. For example, the genesis of the Greek financial crisis has its roots in the faulty economic policy of Greece during the 70s and 80s, while the genesis of the Irish financial crisis begins more recently with poor risk management by Irish banks, as well as their governance and the subsequent management of the banking crisis by the Irish government. A comparison of the current situations in Greece and Ireland teaches us that a strong economy can cover the damage of a financial error. The experiences of Ireland, Spain, Italy and Greece each teach us a further lesson.
Roderick Macdonald is a Professor of Management and Technology at the École des sciences de la gestion, Université du Québec à Montréal, C P 8888, succ centreville, Montréal Québec H3C 3P8, Canada. Email: email@example.com
Session 2: Research Workshop for PhD Student:
The impact of formal loan capital on incomes of
households in poverty, Mekong Delta region.
Presenter: Le Trung Hieu
The Presenter will present his resarch proposal and expecting for discussion and comments on:
- The reasoning of the thesis
- Research questions addressed and their doabilities
- Methodology applied
- The applicability of the research outcomes
- And others.
Le Trung Hieu is a PhD student, School of Banking, University of Economics, HCMC
PhD students, researchers on field of finalcial economics are all welcomed.