Dr. Duc Vo

Duc Hong Vo, Ph.D.
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Ho Chi Minh City Open University.
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Biography

Duc Hong Vo is a Professor of Applied Economics and Finance. He has been working in Australia since 2008 after completing his PhD studies at the University of Western Australia. Duc has been appointed as an advisor for the Financial Markets and Services Research Centre at Edith Cowan University, Australia. He is currently the Head and Executive Director of the Business, Economics & Resources Research Center, Ho Chi Minh City Open University. Prof. Vo is the chairman of the “Live for A Reason: Supporting Disadvantaged Kids to Schools” Foundation.

Dr. Vo has more than 20 years of working and teaching experience in Australia and Vietnam for various universities such as the University of Western Australia; Curtin University; Edith Cowan University; University of Queensland; HCMC Open University; Economic University HCMC; HCMC Banking University; Western Sydney University; Quebec University as well as the Vietnam-the Netherlands Economic Program. Units taught include Merger & Acquisition; Valuation & Value Creation; Financial Analysis and Modelling; Project Appraisal; International Finance; Managerial Finance; Advanced Corporate Finance; Financial Risk Management; Portfolio Management; Derivatives: Markets and Products; Advanced Microeconomics; Advanced Macroeconomics; Mathematical Economics and Quantitative Methods for Business and Economics.

Findings from his research have been published more than 80 times in high-quality international journals, which are indexed by SSCI and/or Scopus and have a very high impact factor, including top journls such as The Journal of Economic Surveys; Journal of Intellectual Capital; Renewable Energy; North American Journal of Economics and Finance; Applied Economics; Energies; Economic Systems; The Journal of Asian Economics; Journal of the Asia Pacific Economy; Applied Economics Letters; Annals of Financial Economics; Journal of Risk and Financial Management; Economics Bulletin; Emerging Markets Finance and Trade; and Economic Papers. Duc has also published more than 40 articles in leading journals in Vietnam and has presented, including as the keynote speaker, at conferences in the United States, the United Kingdom, Australia, Japan, Spain, China and Vietnam.

Duc’s current research interest covers a range of topics from corporate finance, international finance and public finance, including cost of capital; market and credit risks; fiscal federalism; energy; financial integration and inequality. He has also acted as an editor for various international journals as well as Vietnamese journals.

Dr. Duc Vo was awarded a Doctor of Philosophy in Business and Economics in 2008 by the University of Western Australia (UWA), one of the best universities in Australia, the World’s Top 100 Universities. Duc’s Ph.D. study was sponsored by the Australian Government’s prestigious scholarship (the International Postgraduate Research Scholarship) and the UWA’s Postgraduate Awards. Duc was also a recipient of the UQ-VNU scholarship to complete his Master’s studies at the University of Queensland (UQ), Australia, the World’s Top 100 Universities. He was the best performing student in academics and the Rector’s Honor Roll at University of Economics Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam in 1993-1997 cohorts.

Dr. Duc Vo can be contacted at duc.vhong@ou.edu.vn


Research interest
  • Asset pricing (Cost of capital/capital asset pricing models)
  • Value at Risk and Distance to Default
  • Fiscal Federalism/Decentralization & Inequality

Funding
From the Australian Government and Organisations
  • June 2004 – December 2007: International Postgraduate Research Scholarship from the Australian Government to study Ph.D. in Economics at the University of Western Australia.
  • June 2004 – December 2007: University Postgraduate Award (International Students) from the University of Western Australia.
  • January 2002 – December 2003: Vietnam National University – the University of Queensland, Australia scholarship to study Master of Economics Studies at the University of Queensland, Australia.
  • June 2008 – December 2008: Two grants from the Department of Treasury and Finance of Tasmania, Australia on “Fiscal decentralisation and economic growth across countries” and “The use of estimated location factors to assess differences in wage costs across States” with A/Professor Thorsten Stromback, Curtin University of Technology.
  • June 2004 – December 2007: Ph.D. Research Fund, School of Economics and Commerce, the University of Western Australia.
  • November 2006: Grants to travel to ANU for the Ph.D. Conference on Business and Economics in 2006 from School of Economics and Commerce, the University of Western Australia.
  • May 2005: Ph.D. Travel Grants, Scholarship Office, Graduate Research School, the University of Western Australia.
From the Vietnamese Government and Organisations
  • March 2016 – December 2019: Prediction Models of Corporate Financial Distress in Southeast Asia, Vietnam International Education Development of the Ministry of Education and Training, VIED – Scholarship, 2016 – 2019. Ph.D. co-supervisor at School of Business, Edith Cowan University, Perth, Australia.
  • January 2018 – December 2019: Grant from the Ministry of Education and Training of Vietnam for the project Inequality in Income for Females in Vietnam.
  • August 2017 – July 2018: Grant from HCMC Open University for the project An optimised portfolio of agriculture products.
  • January 2014 – December 2015: Grant from the Ministry of Education and Training of Vietnam for the project Estimating the Shadow Economy in Vietnam and Designing Macroeconomic Policies.
  • June 2016 – December 2016: Grant from HCMC Open University for the project A new approach to measuring the commodity marker risks.
  • June 2017 – June 2018: Grant from HCMC Open University, together with Thach Ngoc Pham, for the project An Economic Impact of An Increase in Retirement Age in Vietnam.
  • June 2017 – June 2018: Grant from HCMC Open University, together with Anh The Vo, for the project An Understanding of Exchange Rate and Economic Integration in Vietnam.
  • June 2013 – December 2013: Grant from Open University, Ho Chi Minh City for the Project A New Approach in Determining Credit Rating for the Commercial Banks in Vietnam.
  • October 2012 – May 2013: Grant from Open University, Ho Chi Minh City for the Project Corporate Governance and Firms’ Performance: Empirical Evidence from Vietnam.
  • September 1993 – September 1997: Vietnamese Government’s scholarship for top students, University of Economics, Vietnam.
  • January 1996 – May 1996: Scholarship from Netherland English Program.
  • September 1997: Various scholarships from Ernst and Young Consulting and Auditing firm; Samsung Electronics Company; Ministry of Education and Training of Vietnam, the Principal of University of Economics, the Dean of the Faculty of Accounting and Finance, Economic University in Ho Chi Minh City for the best student with highest GPA in academic years: 1993 – 1997.

Publication
Books (in Vietnamese)
  1. Vo Hong Duc (Eds.) (2019), Gender-based Inequality in Income & Wealth in household in Vietnam: Practice and Policy Implications, Thanh Nien Publishing House, Vietnam.
  2. Vo Hong Duc (Eds.) (2016), The Shadow Economy in Vietnam: Theory, Practice and Policy Implications, Thanh Nien Publishing House, Vietnam.
  3. Vo Hong Duc and Phan Bui Gia Thuy (Eds.) (2014), Corporate Governance: Theory and Control Mechanism, Thanh Nien Publishing House, Vietnam.
  4. Ung Thi Minh Le and Vo Hong Duc (Eds.) (2004), Public Finance, a translation of the original book from English, University of Economics Ho Chi Minh City.
International Refereed Journals (in English)
  1. Duc H. Vo (2019) “Information Theory and an Entropic Approach to an Analysis of Fiscal Inequality”, Entropy [SCIE & Scopus, Impact Factor of 2.5].
  2. Anh T. Vo, Chi M. Ho and Duc H. Vo (2019) “Understanding the Exchange Rate Pass-through to Consumer Prices in Vietnam using SVAR Approach”, International Journal of Emerging Markets [SSCI and Scopus, Impact Factor of 2.3]
  3. Duc H. Vo, Phuc V. Nguyen, Ha M. Nguyen, Anh T. Vo, and Thang C. Nguyen (2019) “Derivatives Market and Economic Growth Nexus: Policy Implications for Emerging Markets”, The North American Journal of Economics and Finance [SSCI, Impact Factor of 1.2 and ranked A].
  4. Duc H. Vo, Anh T. Vo, and Zhaoyong Zhang (2019) “Exchange Rate Volatility and Disaggregated Manufacturing Exports: Evidence from an Emerging Country”, Journal of Risk and Financial Management, Vol. 12, pp. 12-37, 2019 [ISI ESCI].
  5. Duc H. Vo; Thuan Nguyen; Dao Thi-Thieu Ha and Ngoc Phu Tran (2019) “The Disparity of Revenue and Expenditure among Subnational Governments in Vietnam”, Emerging Markets Finance and Trade, 2019 [SSCI, IF of 0.84]
  6. Anh T. Vo, Loan T. H. Van, Duc H. Vo & Michael McAleer (2019) “Financial Inclusion and Macroeconomic Stability in Emerging and Frontier Markets”, Annals of Financial Economics [ISI ESCI].
  7. Robert J. Powell, Thach N. Pham, Duc H. Vo (2019) “Cattle as a Consistently Resilient Agricultural Commodity”, Applied Economics [SSCI and ranked A].
  8. Duc H. Vo, Tan N. Vu, Anh, T. Vo & Michael McAleer (2019) “Modelling the Relationship between Crude Oil and Agricultural Commodity Prices, Energies [SSIE & Impact Factor of 3.01].
  9. Anh Hoang To, Dao Thi-Thieu Ha, Ha Minh Nguyen and Duc Hong Vo (2019) “The Impact of Foreign Direct Investment on Environment Degradation: Evidence from Emerging Markets in Asia”, International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, [SSCI SSIE & Impact Factor of 2.145].
  10. Long Hai Vo and Duc Hong Vo (2019) “Application of Wavelet-Based Maximum Likelihood Estimator in Measuring Market Risk for Fossil Fuel”, Sustainability [SSIE SSCI & Impact Factor of 2.1].
  11. Duc H. Vo, Vuong M. Nguyen, Phat T. Q. Le, Thach N. Pham (2019) “The Determinants of Financial Instability in Emerging Markets, Annals of Financial Economics, 2019 [ISI ESCI].
  12. Phuc V. Nguyen and Duc H. Vo (2019) “Macroeconomics Determinants of Exchange Rate Pass-through: New Evidence from the Asia-Pacific Region”, Emerging Markets Finance and Trade, 2019 [SSCI, IF of 0.84]
  13. Thang C. Nguyen, Tan N. Vu, Trung T. Do, Vuong M. Nguyen and Duc H. Vo (2019) “Systematic Risk in the Asia Pacific Region: A Clinical Death?” Review of Pacific Basin Financial Markets and Policies [ISI ESCI].
  14. Duc Hong Vo and Thach Ngoc Pham (2019) “Ageing Population and Economic Growth in Developing Countries A Quantile Regression Approach”, Emerging Markets Finance and Trade, 2019 [SSCI, IF of 0.84].
  15. Duc H. Vo, Son V. Huynh, Anh T. Vo, and Dao T. T. Ha (2019) “The Importance of the Financial Derivatives Markets to Economic Development in the World’s Four Major Economies”, Applied Econometrics, Vol. 12, pp. 35-53, 2019 [ISI ESCI].
  16. Ha Minh Nguyen, Trong Hoang Bui and Duc Hong Vo (2019) “The Nexus between Economic Integration and Growth: Application to Vietnam”, Annals of Financial Economics, 2019, [F].
  17. Duc H. Vo, Tuan V. Quang, and Trung V-T Pham (2019) “Sectoral Risks in Vietnam and Malaysia: A Comparative Analysis”, Advances in Decision Sciences [Scopus].
  18. Thang C. Nguyen, Anh T. Vo, Thach N. Pham, Trung T. Do, and Duc H. Vo (2019) “Gender-based Attitudes toward Income Inequality in the Asia-Pacific Region”, Emerging Markets Finance and Trade, 2019 [SSCI, IF of 0.84].
  19. Duc H. Vo and Thach N. Pham (2019) “The Impact of Earnings from Elderly Women on Household Income Inequality in Vietnam”, International Journal of Business and Society [Scopus].
  20. Thach N. Pham and Duc H. Vo (2019) “Estimating Sectoral Systematic Risk for China, Malaysia, Singapore, and Thailand”, Annals of Financial Economics, 2019, [ISI ESCI].
  21. Duc H. Vo, Thang C. Nguyen, and Anh T. Vo (2019) “What Factors Affect Income Inequality and Economic Growth in Middle-income Countries?”, Applied Econometrics [ISI ESCI].
  22. Loan Thi-Hong Van, Hoang H. Vu and Duc H. Vo (2019) “Corporate Social Responsibility: A Study on Consumer Awareness in Vietnam” Review of Pacific Basin Financial Markets and Policies [ISI ESCI].
  23. Duc Hong Vo and Dai Binh Tran (2019) “The Determinants of Gender Income Inequality in Vietnam: A Longitudinal Data Analysis”, Emerging Markets Finance and Trade, 2019 [SSCI, IF of 0.84].
  24. Ha M. Nguyen, Duc H. Vo and Michael McAleer (2019) “Energy Consumption and Economic Growth: Evidence in Vietnam”, Journal of Reviews on Global Economics [Scopus].
  25. Tung Dang-Thanh Nguyen, Anh The Vo and Duc Hong Vo (2019) “The Determinants of Systematic Risks in Vietnam”, Advances in Decision Sciences [Scopus].
  26. Dai B. Tran and Duc H. Vo (2018) “Should Bankers Be Concerned with Intellectual Capital? A Study of the Thai Banking Sector”, Journal of Intellectual Capital, 19, pp. 897-914, 2018 [SSCI, IF of 3.6]
  27. Anh T. Vo, Quan T. T. Le, Phuc V. Nguyen, Chi M. Ho, Duc H. Vo (2018) “Exchange Rate Pass-through in ASEAN Countries: An Application of the SVAR Model”, Emerging Markets Finance and Trade, 2018 [SSCI, IF of 0.84]
  28. Binh V. N. Pham, Trung T. Do, Duc H. Vo (2018) “Financial Distress and Bankruptcy Prediction: An Appropriate Model for Listed Firms in Vietnam”, Economic Systems, 42, pp. 616-624, 2018 [SSCI]
  29. Duc H. Vo, Thach N. Pham., Trung V. T. Pham, Loc M. Truong, and Thang C. Nguyen (2018) “Risk, Return and Portfolio Optimization for Various Industries in the ASEAN Region”, Borsa Istanbul Review, 2018 [ISI ESCI Scopus].
  30. Robert J. Powell, Duc H. Vo, and Thach N. Pham (2018) “Do Nonparametric Measures of Extreme Equity Risk Change the Parametric Ordinal Ranking? Evidence from Asia”, Risks, Vol. 6, pp. 121-143, 2018 [ISI ESCI].
  31. Thach N. Pham, Vuong M. Nguyen, and Duc H. Vo (2018) “The Cross-section of Expected Stock Returns: New Evidence from an Emerging Market”, Emerging Markets Finance and Trade, 54, pp. 3566-3576, 2018 [SSCI, IF of 0.84]
  32. Robert J. Powell and Duc H. Vo (2017) “Road Rules for Macro Stress Testing in a Developing Region”, Economic Modelling, 2017 [SSCI, IF of 1.8 and ranked A].
  33. Robert J. Powell, Duc H. Vo, and Thach N. Pham (2017) “The Long and Short of Commodity Tails and their Relationship to Asian Equity Market”, Journal of Asian Economics, Vol. 52, pp. 32-44, October 2017 [SSCI, Scopus & ranked A].
  34. Robert J. Powell, Duc H. Vo, and Thach N. Pham. (2017) “A Dataset on Tail Risk of Commodities Markets”, Data in Brief, October 2017 [ISI Scopus].
  35. Robert J. Powell, Duc H. Vo, and Thach N. Pham. (2017) “Economic Cycles and Downside Commodities Risk”, Applied Economics Letters, [SSCI].
  36. Duc H. Vo and Thach N. Pham (2017), “Systematic Risk in Energy Businesses: Empirical Evidence for the ASEAN”, International Journal of Economics and Financial Issues, 2017, 7(1), 553-565, January 2017 [Scopus].
  37. Thach N. Pham and Duc H. Vo (2017). Equity Beta for Regulated Energy Businesses in Australia: A Revisit. International Journal of Energy Economics and Policy7(6), 11-18, [Scopus (Quarter 1)].
  38. Vo, Hong Duc and Vo, The Anh (2017), ”Currency Evaluation using a Big Mac Index for Thailand – Lessons for Vietnam”, Economics Bulletin, Volume 37, Issue 2, pages 999-1011, May 2017 [Scopus].
  39. Vo, Hong Duc (2015), “Which Factors are Priced? An Application of the Fama French Three-factor Model in Australia”, Economic Papers: A journal of Applied Economics and Policy, 34, Issue 4, pp. 290-301, 2015, [ISI ESCI and Scopus].
  40. Vo, Hong Duc (2010), “The Economics of Fiscal Decentralisation”, Journal of Economic Surveys, 24, Issue 4, pp. 657-679, [SSCI, IF of 2.3 and ranked A].
  41. Vo, Hong Duc (2009), “Fiscal Decentralisation in Vietnam: Lessons from Selected Asian Nations”, Journal of Asia Pacific Economies, Volume 14, Number 4, 399-419, [SSCI and ranked A].
  42. Vo, Hong Duc (2008), “Fiscal Decentralisation Indices: A Comparison of Two Approaches”, Journal of Economics and Law, LXVI, 2, I, 1-29, Italy.
  43. Vo, Hong Duc (2008), “Fiscal Federalism”, International Encyclopaedia of Public Policy, The United States of America.
  44. Vo, Hong Duc (2005), “Fiscal Decentralisation and Economic Growthin edited volume The Chinese Economy: Trade, Reforms, Corporate Governance and Regional Development, October 2008, Australia.
  45. Vo, Hong Duc and Pham, Minh Tien (2014), “Any Link between Unofficial Economy and Official Economy? An Empirical Evidence from the ASEAN”, International Journal of Economics and Finance, Vol. 6, No 11 (2014). DOI: 10.5539/ijef.v6n11p97.
  46. Vo, Hong Duc and Ly, Hung Thinh (2014), “Measuring the Shadow Economy in the ASEAN Nations: The MIMIC Approach”, International Journal of Economics and Finance, Vol. 6, No 10 (2014). DOI: 10.5539/ijef.v6n10p139.
  47. Vo, Hong Duc and Le, Tuong Linh (2014), “Factors Affecting a Long Term Relationship between a Retailer and a Supplier: A Case Study from Vietnam”, Journal of Economics, Commerce and Management, The United Kingdom, II(10), 1-13.
  48. Vo, Hong Duc and Nguyen, Minh Tri (2014), “The Impact of Corporate Governance on Firm Performance: An Empirical Study in Vietnam”, International Journal of Economics and Finance, 6, No. 6 (2014). DOI: 10.5539/ijef.v6n6p1.
  49. Vo, Hong Duc; Ha, Thi Thieu Dao; Ly, Hung Thinh (2014), “Shadow Economy and Corruption in the ASEAN: Complement or Substitute?”, in A New Paradigm for International Business, Djajadikerta and Zhang (eds), Springer Publisher, Perth, Australia, November 2014.
  50. Vo, Hong Duc and Nguyen, Thanh-Yen Van (2014), “Managerial Ownership, Leverage and Dividend Policies: Empirical Evidence from Vietnam’s Listed Firms”, International Journal of Economics and Finance, 6, No.5, pp. 274-284, Canada.
Leading Vietnamese Refereed Journals (in Vietnamese otherwise stated)
  1. Vo, Hong Duc; Nguyen, Cong Thang; Pham, Ngoc Thach; Vo, The Anh and Vu, Ngoc Tan (2019). “Understanding Key Drivers of Attitudes towards Income Inequality in the Asia Pacific Region”, Journal of Science, in English.
  2. Vo, Hong Duc and Pham, Ngoc Thach (2019). “Wealth Gap in the Vietnamese Households: A Gender-based Approach”, Journal of Economics and Development.
  3. Vo, Hong Duc; Nguyen, Cong Thang; Ho, Minh Chi; Vo, The Anh; Pham, Ngoc Thach (2018). “Gender-based income inequality and provincial economic growth in Vietnam” Journal of Science, 63(6), pp. 43-55, November 2018.
  4. Tran, Phu Ngoc and Vo, Hong Duc (2017). “A large scale of agriculture model: An empirical study in An Giang, Vietnam” Journal of Science, 56(5), pp. 89-101, September 2017.
  5. Vo, The Anh and Vo, Hong Duc (2016). “Trade balance and exchange rate in Thailand & the implications for Vietnam: An application using instrumental variable and the heterogeneous panel cointegration methods”, Journal of Economic Development, 23, 137-160, January 2016, in English.
  6. Vo, Hong Duc and Huynh, Long Phi (2015). “Testing the applicability of value at risk models in Vietnam”, Banking Technology Review, 115, 03-15, October 2015.
  7. Vo, Hong Duc and Huynh, Long Phi (2015). “Forecasting errors of the value at risk models: An empirical evidence in Vietnam”, Banking Technology Review, 113, 36-50, August 2015.
  8. Vo, Hong Duc; Ly, Hung Thinh; Tong, Thi Hong Nhung (2015). “Estimating the shadow economy of the ASEAN countries using GMM”, Journal of Economic Development, 26 (6), 113-133, June 2015.
  9. Vo, Hong Duc and Doan, Bao Huy (2015). “Does gender diversity affect firm’s performance: New evidence using two stage least squares estimation and instruments variables” Journal of Economic Development, Vol 22(2), 102-123, April 2015, in English.
  10. Vo, Hong Duc; Tong, Thi Hong Nhung; Ly, Hung Thinh (2015). “The shadow economy and unemployment: Empirical evidence from asian countries”, Banking Technology Review, 109, 03.14, April 2015.
  11. Vo, Hong Duc and Ly, Hung Thinh (March, 2015). “Shadow economy and corruption: Water versus fire or oil versus vinegar” Journal of Science, 3(80), pp.78-90, March 2015.
  12. Tran, Nguyen Anh Minh and Vo, Hong Duc (2015). “Testing the Pecking Order Theory in Vietnam”, Banking Technology Review, 106-107, pp.25-38, January-February 2015.
  13. Vo, Hong Duc and Mai, Duy Tan (2014). “A new approach to the application of the Fama-French three factors model in Vietnam” Journal of Economic Development, 290, pp.02-20, December 2014.
  14. Vo, Hong Duc and Ly, Hung Thinh ( 2014). “Benchmarking approaches in the MIMIC methodology and shadow economy of the South East Asian countries”, Banking Technology Review, 103, pp.10-22, October 2014.
  15. Vo, Hong Duc and Doan, Bao Huy (2014). “Should Vietnamese firms’ stocks be listed in a MSCI global equity index”, Journal of Science, September 2014, in English.
  16. Vo, Hong Duc and Mai, Duy Tan (2014). “The validity of the Fama-French 5 factor model on the Vietnamese stock exchange”, Banking Technology Review, 101, pp.11-23, August 2014.
  17. Vo, Hong Duc and Le, Hoang Long (2014). “Business network and production efficiency of Vietnam’s small and medium firms in food and beverage industry” submitted to Journal of Economic Development, 2014.
  18. Vo, Hong Duc and Huynh, Van Son (2014). “The relationship between derivatives markets and economic growth”, Banking Technology Review, 99, June 2014.
  19. Vo, Hong Duc and Le, Hoang Long (2014). “The relationship between Business networking and Technical efficiency of the Vietnam’s SME”, Banking Technology Review, 98, May 2014.
  20. Vo, Hong Duc and Ly, Hung Thinh ( 2014). “Techniques to estimating the shadow economies using MIMIC approach and benchmarking”, Banking Technology Review, May 2014.
  21. Vo, Hong Duc; Nguyen, Minh Vuong and Do, Thanh Trung (2014). “An empirical evidence on capital adequacy ratio of Vietnam’s commercial banks”, Journal of Science, May 2014.
  22. Vo, Hong Duc and Le, Hoang Long (2014). “The relationship between business networking and technical efficiency of small and medium sized firms in Vietnam”, Banking Technology Review, May 2014.
  23. Vo, Hong Duc and Vo, Tuong Luan (2014). “Empirical evidence on optimal debt threshold from Vietnam’s listed firms” Journal of Economic Development, 280, 43-55, February 2014.
  24. Vo, Hong Duc and Le, Hoang Long (2014). “Factors influencing to production efficiency of small and medium sized firms in Vietnam”, Journal of Science, 2(35), 14-26, February 2014.
  25. Vo, Hong Duc and Nguyen, Dinh Thien (2014). “Classifying the commercial banks by the state bank of Vietnam: An empirical evidence using a fuzzy logic approach”, Banking Technology Review, No 94/95, 18-29, January 2014.
  26. Vo, Hong Duc, Hoang, Dinh Son and Phan, Bui Gia Thuy (2014). “Factors affecting board’s compensation: Empirical evidence from listed firms in ho chi minh city stock exchange” Journal of Science, 1(34), 13-26, Vietnam
  27. Vo, Hong Duc and Phan, Bui Gia Thuy (2013). “Corporate governance & firm performance: Empirical evidence from Vietnam”. Journal of Economic Development, 218, 62 – 78.
  28. Vo, Hong Duc and Nguyen, Dinh Thien (2013), “Assessing effectiveness and stability of Vietnam’s commercial banks through their financial indicators”. Banking Technology Review, 90, 28-38.
  29. Vo, Hong Duc and Phan, Bui Gia Thuy (2013). “Corporate governance & firm performance: Empirical evidence from listed companies in ho chi minh stock exchange”. Economic Development Review, 275, 1 – 15.
  30. Vo, Hong Duc and Phan, Bui Gia Thuy (2013), “The duality, working experience of board’s members and roles of growth opportunities to firms performance”. Journal of Science, 3(31), 52-65.
  31. Vo, Hong Duc and Phan, Bui Gia Thuy (2013), “The impact of female board members on firm’ performance”. Banking Technology Review, 85, 21-30.
  32. Vo, Hong Duc and Nguyen, Dinh Thien (2013), “Credit ratings of listed companies in Vietnam: Using fuzzy logic”. Journal of Economic Development, 269, 20-32, Vietnam.
  33. Vo, Hong Duc and Phan, Bui Gia Thuy (2013),  “Impacts of the characteristics of the board on enterprises’ performance: Facts from Vietnam”. Journal of Economics & Development, No. 188(II), 68-75, Vietnam.
  34. Vo, Hong Duc (2004), “Exchange rate fluctuations and macroeconomic fundamentals: Australia’s experiences”, Journal of Economic Development Review, 117, the 10th Year, May 2004, in English.
  35. Vo, Hong Duc (2003), “The management of public expenditure in relation to tax reforms in Vietnam”, Journal of Economic Development, 104, the 9th year, April 2003, in English.
  36. Vo, Hong Duc (2003), “Minsky’s financial instability hypothesis with the speculative activities and bubble economy – invaluable lessons for the new emerging markets”, Journal of Economic Development, 107, the 9th Year, July 2003, in English.
Published working papers
  1. Vo, Duc (2008), “An overview of recent insights into fiscal decentralisation”, Working paper 08.13, Department of Economics, The University of Western Australia, Australia. http://www.business.uwa.edu.au/school/disciplines/economics_discipline_group/?a=94266
  1. Vo, Duc (2008), “New fiscal decentralisation indices”, Working paper 08.14, Department of Economics, The University of Western Australia, Australia. http://www.business.uwa.edu.au/school/disciplines/economics_discipline_group/?a=94267
  2. Vo, Duc (2008), “Sub-national fiscal inequality: implications for the measurement of fiscal decentralisation”, Working paper 08.15, Department of Economics, The University of Western Australia, Australia. http://www.business.uwa.edu.au/school/disciplines/economics_discipline_group/?a=94271
  1. Vo, Duc (2008), “Fiscal decentralisation in Vietnam, China, and selected ASEAN nations”, Working paper 08.16, Department of Economics, The University of Western Australia, Australia. http://www.business.uwa.edu.au/school/disciplines/economics_discipline_group/?a=94274
  1. Vo, Duc (2007), “Fiscal decentralisation index: An international comparison”, Conference proceedings on the Annual Conference of Economists, Curtin University, Perth, Australia. http://www.business.curtin.edu.au/files/Duc_Vo.pdf
  1. Vo, Duc (2006), “Measuring fiscal decentralisation: An entropic approach”, Conference proceedings on the Ph.D. Conference on Business and Economics, Australian National University, Canberra, Australia. http://www.business.uwa.edu.au/school/disciplines/economics_discipline_group/?a=99342
  2. Vo, Duc (2005), “Fiscal decentralisation in Vietnam: A preliminary investigation”, Discussion Paper No. 05.16, Department of Economics, the University of Western Australia. http://www.business.uwa.edu.au/school/disciplines/economics_discipline_group/?a=99925