Higher Education

Dr Phuong T. Duong

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Title

Dr

Position

Senior Lecturer of Finance, Accounting and Economics

Qualification abbreviations

BE, MPP, PhD

Profile

A capable academic with strong background of Finance, Accounting and Economics, backed up by 20 year working experience as a financial regulator, lecturer and consultant in international policy research projects; Doctor of Philosophy in Finance and Economics and Master of Public Policy, APEC Scholar and Endeavour Award Holder; A highly independent researcher with developed research qualitative, quantitative and analytical skills; A dedicated, enthusiastic and efficient  research team leader who has never failed any research funding proposal both internationally and domestically.

Teaching areas

  • Finance, Finance management, Structured Financial Products, Derivatives and Securitisation
  • Financial Accounting  and Managerial Accounting
  • Economics;
  • Corporate Governance

Publication

Duong P., Liu J., Eddie I., 2016, Securities Market Supervision: A Comparative Analysis of Developed and Emerging Market Regulatory Responses by IOSCO members to the Global Financial Crisis of 2008. Presentation and publication in the Proceedings of the Twenty-Eighth Asian-Pacific Conference on International Accounting Issues to be held in Maui, Hawaii, U.S.A., November 6-9, 2016;

Duong P., 2016, Impacts of the 2008 Global Financial Crisis on Securities Market Supervision and Implications for emerging Markets. PhD thesis submitted in fulfilment of the requirements for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy-Business School- Southern Cross University, Australia, June 30, 2016;

Duong P., Liu J., Eddie I., 2016, Governance of Securities Markets: An analysis of IOSCO member Regulatory Responses to the Global Financial Crisis of 2008’. Proceedings of the Second Governance and Law Conference: Cross All Borders, hosted by the College of Law and Justice, Victoria University, Melbourne, Australia, 28-29 April 2016;

Duong P., Liu J., Eddie I., 2015. Post-crisis securities market supervision policies – standard finance versus behavioral finance. in R Kumar (ed.), proceedings of the International Conference on Advances in Economics, Social Science and Human Behavior Study, pp. 19-21. ISBN: 9781632480415;

Duong P., Liu J., Eddie I., 2015. Development of the Regulatory Framework of Securities Market Supervision Post-GFC’ Publishing Switzerland 2014, DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-01125-7_14. Book chapter, Edited book: Globalisation of Financial Institutions (GFI), H. Dincer and Ü. Hacioglu (eds.), SPRINGER, Springer, New York. ISBN: 9783319011240. Springer International;

Duong P., 2012, The post-crisis evolution of securities market supervision – implications for emerging markets. Conference paper- 27th International Conference of the American Committee for Asian Economic Studies (ACAES) 26‐27 October 2012, Daikin University, Melbourne, Australia;

Duong P., Nguyen A, Nguyen C., 2011, How the regulators and policy makers took into consideration of the recommendations provided by the SERV-2 study report in market regulation and supervision. Research study short report- MUTRAP III, SERV-2A, European Union, March 2011;

Duong P., Nguyen A, Nguyen C., 2011, How business community responded on the recommendations in SERV-2 study report on advantages and challenges of market liberalization and how they should prepare for more competitiveness. Research study short report- Published Research Report, MUTRAP III, SERV-2A, European Union, March 2011;

Capon F., Pasini P., Duong P., Nguyen A, Nguyen C., 2010. Securities Market Liberalization in Vietnam- Key Issues for the Securities Regulators and the Domestic Securities Companies. Published Research Report, MUTRAP III, SERV-2A, European Union, October 2010.