[STBI- 13-05-2021]Export quality dynamics: Multidimensional evidence of financial development
Topic: Export quality dynamics: Multidimensional evidence of financial development
Presenter: Dr. Nguyen Phuc Canh, University of Economics Ho Chi Minh city
Time: 11:00 – Thursday, May 13th, 2021
Venue: Room B1- 1001, Campus B, 279 Nguyen Tri Phuong, District 10, Ho Chi Minh City
This study examines the impact of financial development on export quality. Financial development is proxied by the overall financial development index, its two sub‐indices (financial institutions index and financial markets index) and three dimensions of each sub‐index. The study begins by examining the causality between financial development indicators and export quality. The influences of financial development indicators on export quality are then investigated. Econometric techniques are applied for 49 low‐ and lower‐middle‐income economies (LMEs), 31 upper‐middle‐income economies (UMEs) and 48 high‐income economies (HIEs) over the period 2002–14, which was chosen on account of data availability. The predominant finding is significant bidirectional causality between financial development indicators, as well as their dimensions, and export quality. Notably, most financial development indicators and their dimensions are found to have significant positive effects on export quality for both HIEs and LMEs, while two dimensions of the financial institutions indicator have no significant impacts in the case of UMEs.
About the presenter:
Dr. Canh is Senior Lecturer at School of Public Finance, University of Economics Ho Chi Minh City (UEH), Vietnam. He is also Research Fellow at Health and Agricultural Policy Research Institute (HAPRI), UEH. He received his B.A and M.A in Banking and Finance, and PhD in Economics from UEH as the top graduate. He has worked as Postdoctoral Research at RMIT University in 2019. He was also Research Fellow at Leicester Institute of Advanced Studies, University of Leicester (UK) from 2020Feb to 2020May.
Dr.Canh had overall responsibility for managing, organizing, running and developing the Journal of Asian Business and Economic Studies as Deputy Editor in Chief from 2017Sep to 2020Dec, which is published by Emerald, at University of Economics Ho Chi Minh City. He has actively participated in researching, organizing workshops, seminars and conferences in UEH for both lecturers and students. Dr. Canh serves on a variety of other committees within and outside of the University.
His research focuses on applied economics through interdisciplinary approach with the aim at the 17 Sustainable Development Goals. Specifically, the topics are among macroeconomic policies (monetary policy and fiscal policy), institutional economics, environmental economics, energy economics, ecological economics, tourism economics. He has now over 70 publications in peer-reviewed journals (SSCI, SCI, SCIE, Scopus, ABDC list). Some publications are in top field journals such as Journal of Travel Research, Annals of Tourism Research, Economic Modelling, Energy Economics. He is serving as reviewers for several journals such as Journal of Institutional Economics, Resources Policy, Journal of Environmental Economics, Economic Systems, Studies in Economics and Finance, International Journal of Finance and Economics. He is a part of several research projects such as the research consortium between RMIT, UEH, University of Leicester, VIRI, VICAS, and HAPRI. He also received several internal and external funds from UEH and external funds (e.g., NAFOSTED, Ministry of Education and Training Vietnam, the British Academy).