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Ms Nhan Le

Job: PhD student

Faculty: Business and Law

School/department: Leicester Castle Business School

Research group(s): The Institute for Applied Economics and Social Value

Address: De Montfort University, The Gateway, Leicester, LE1 9BH

T: N/A

E: P2620544@my365.dmu.ac.uk

 

Personal profile

Nhan Le is a PhD student in the Faculty of Business and Law. She gained a BA in banking and finance at the Banking University of Ho Chi Minh City (Vietnam) and a MSc in public policy at the Fulbright School (Vietnam). Nhan worked as a lecturer at the Banking University of Ho Chi Minh City for 9 years. She has extensive experience in teaching microeconomics and macroeconomics. Nhan's main research interest is international economics. She has published papers in the Singapore Economic Review, Journal of Economics and Development, Journal of Asian Business and Economic Studies, Banking Technology Review.

Publications and outputs

1. "What are spillover transmission channels from China's monetary policy to Asia: Bayesian Vector Autoregressive approach" (with Trinh, P.T.T.), The Singapore Economic Review, 2021.

2. “A mixed data sampling approach to the asymmetric impacts of world oil price on macroeconomic variables in Vietnam” (with Trinh, P.T.T.), Journal of Economics and Development, 22(2), pp.311 – 324, 2020.

3. “Foreign Reserve Accumulation and Sterilization Effectiveness in Vietnam” (with Trinh, P.T.T.), in: Econometrics for Financial Application - Studies in Computation Intelligence, 760, Kacprzyk (ed.), Springer, 2018.

Research interests/expertise

International Economics

Qualifications

BA in Banking and Finance, Banking University of HoChi Minh City (Vietnam)

MSc in Public Policy, Fulbright School (Vietnam)

Honours and awards

DMU Doctoral College Scholarships

PhD Project

Title

Essays on trade policy uncertainty

Abstract

This thesis aims to measure the trade policy uncertainty (TPU) index and examine the impacts of trade tensions on economies through the TPU channel 

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