Nguyen Thi Hong Hai

Personal detail :

Full name:

Nguyen Thi Hong Hai


Year of birth:



Lecturer, University of Economics and Business, Vietnam National University, Hanoi


Master of Political Economics


Vietnamese (native); English (fluently)


Tel. Office:

(84-4) 3754 7506  Ext:100


0912 110 877

Office address:

144 Xuan Thuy Rd, Cau Giay, Hanoi


  • 2007 to date: PhD Candidate of Economic Geography, University of Southampton, England.

  • 2004: Master of Political Economics, Vietnam National University, Hanoi.

  • 1999: Bachelor of Science in Economics, Business Administration Specialty, College of Social Sciences and Humanities, Vietnam National University, Hanoi.

  • 2001: Bachelor of Foreign Language, English Specialty, Hanoi University of Foreign Study.

Work experience and training courses:

  • 1999- 2007: Lecturer in Faculty of Political Economics, College of Economics, Vietnam National University, Hanoi, Vietnam.

  • 2005: Advanced International Training Programme, The Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency, First Phase (Sweden) March 27 - April 16, 2005 and Second Phase (Vietnam) September 19 - 30, 2005.

  • 2004: Short Professional Non-Award Course: Fundamentals in Project Management (International Program), The University of Sydney, October 2004.

  • 2003: Visiting Lecturer at University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire (the Unites States), Faculty Exchange Programme of Arthur Schultz Foundation Grant, Fall Semester of 2003.

  • 2002: Participant in the Workshop on Teaching in Higher Education, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand, January 2002 (Vietnam).


  • 2006: Challenges to Vietnamese Commercial Banks in the International Integration Process, Industrial Review of Vietnam.

  • 2006: Experience of China and Southeast Asia Countries in Developing System of Commercial Banks in International Integration and Lessons for Vietnam, The Journal of Asia- Pacific Economy.


  • 2007-date: The developmental implications of retail TNCs' impacts on the host economies in Southeast Asia: The case of Vietnam.

  • 2005: The Open Market Operation in Implementing Monetary Policy in Vietnam.

  • 2004: The Development of the Financial Market in Vietnam.


  • 2001 and 2002: Sasakawa Scholarship. Awarded annually by The Ryoichi Sasakawa Young Leaders Fellowship Fund Program, The Nippon Foundation (Japan) for excellent graduate students.

  • 1999: Sanwa Scholarship. Awarded annually by Sanwa Scholarship Fund (Japan) for excellent undergraduate students.

  • 1998: Fuji Bank Scholarship. Awarded annually by Fuji Bank (Japan) for excellent undergraduate students.

  • 1992: 3C Software Limited Company scholarship. Awarded for pupils with the excellent result in High School.

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