Le Hong Hanh

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School: The Business School
Department: Economics & Finance
Position: Lecturer
Location: RMIT Hanoi
Email: hanh.lehong@rmit.edu.vn
ORCID iD: 0000-0003-3504-8744

Dr. Hanh is an experienced educator in the field of Banking and Finance. Prior to joining RMIT, she taught at renowned institutions such as the University of Rennes 1 in France and leading universities in Vietnam. With a keen interest in research, Dr. Hanh has actively participated in numerous national-level projects. Her research expertise lies in corporate finance, behavioral finance, and risk management.

  • Ph.D. in Finance, University of Rennes 1, France

  • Finance

  • Risk management
  • Behavioural finance
  • Blockchain and Finance
  • Sustainable finance

  • Pham, H., Ha, V., Le, H. H., Ramiah, V., & Frino, A. (2024). The effects of polluting behaviour, dirty energy and electricity consumption on firm performance: Evidence from the recent crises. Energy Economics, 129, 107247
  • Le, Hong Hanh, and Jean-Laurent Viviani. "Predicting bank failure: An improvement by implementing a machine-learning approach to classical financial ratios." Research in International Business and Finance 44 (2018): 16-25
  • Le, H. H., Nguyen, B. T., & Thien, N. N. (2023). Herding behavior in the cryptocurrency market: the case of the Russia–Ukraine conflict. Journal of Industrial and Business Economics, 1-12
  • Pham, H., Hong, T. N. V., Le, H., & Bui, M. (2023). The Effects of FinTech on the Banking Sector: Evidence From China and Vietnam. In Transformation for Sustainable Business and Management Practices: Exploring the Spectrum of Industry 5.0 (pp. 279-292). Emerald Publishing Limited
  • Le, H. H., Viviani, J. L., & Fauzi, F. (2023). Why do banks fail? An investigation via text mining. Cogent Economics & Finance, 11(2), 2251272
  • Pham, H., Ramiah, V., Le, H., Moosa, N., & Al-Hares, O. (2022). The effect of the royal wedding on the UK stock market. Cogent Economics & Finance, 10(1), 2122179

  • Aus4reform project - Funded by: Central Institute for Economic Management of Vietnam
  • Fintech - Does it improve the bank’s efficiency and profitability - Granted by RMIT

  • Excellent Teaching Award - 2021

  • Feb. 2021 - Present: Lecturer - The Business School, RMIT Vietnam
  • May 2020 - May 2022: Lecturer - Finance Department - Faculty of Finance and Banking, University of Economics and Business, VNU
  • Sep. 2016 - 2019: Lecturer - Banking Department, Ton Duc Thang University, Vietnam
  • November 2015 - November 2016: Lecturer, School of Management, University of Rennes 1