Linh Nguyen

School: School of Business & Management 
Department: Economics & Finance
Position: Lecturer
Location: RMIT Saigon South

Dr Linh Nguyen is a lecturer in Department of Economics and Finance and a CFA charterholder (CFA Institute). Linh has been teaching Finance and Accounting courses since 2015 and held various positions including Head of Accounting and Auditing Department (International University – Vietnam National University HCMC).

  • Doctor of Philosophy, QUT Business School, Queensland University of Technology, Australia 

  • CFA charterholder (CFA Institute)

  • Certificate in International Financial Reporting (Association of Chartered Certified Accountants, London)

  • Bachelor of Business Administration (Accounting and Finance major), International University – Vietnam National University HCMC, University Gold Medal 

Financial Markets, Cryptofinance and Cryptocurrency, Macroeconomics 1, Prices and Markets, Financial Management, Financial Accounting, Behavioral Finance

Financial services, blockchain governance, empirical finance

  • Nguyen, L. T. M., Nguyen, P. T., Tran, Q. N. N., & Trinh, T. T. G. (2021). Why does subjective financial literacy hinder retirement saving? The mediating roles of risk tolerance and risk perception. Review of Behavioral Finance.
  • Nguyen, L., Le, D., Tran, T., & Dang, T. (2021). Financial Reporting Quality, Corporate Governance, and Idiosyncratic Risk: Evidence from a Frontier Market. Australasian Accounting, Business and Finance Journal, 15(4), 28-46.
  • Shahzad, A., Azeem, M., Nazir, M. S., Vo, X. V., & Linh, N. T. (2021). The determinants of capital structure: Evidence from SAARC countries. International Journal of Finance & Economics, 26(4), 6471-6487.
  • Nguyen, L., Gallery, G., & Newton, C. (2019). The joint influence of financial risk perception and risk tolerance on individual investment decision‐making. Accounting & Finance, 59, 747-771.
  • Nguyen, L., Gallery, G., & Newton, C. (2016). The influence of financial risk tolerance on investment decision-making in a financial advice context. Australasian Accounting, Business and Finance Journal, 10(3), 3-22.

2021 CoBL Research Grant (RMIT University, Melbourne).

  • 1 PhD student (ongoing)
  • 4 Masters (completed)
  • 2019: Awarded a certificate for a top 20 most read paper in Accounting and Finance Journal (2017-2018) by Wiley 

  • 2012-2015: Full PhD scholarship (Australian Postgraduate Awards – Industry and International Postgraduate Research Scholarships) awarded by the Australian Research Council, Financial Services Council, and Queensland University of Technology 

  • 2011: University Gold Medal (International University – Vietnam National University HCMC).

  • Regular members: CFA Institute, CFA Society Melbourne, RMIT Fintech Crypto Hub 

  • 2020- present: RMIT University

  • 2015-2020: International University – Vietnam National University (HCMC)