Nguyen Vu Hong Thai

SBM Thai Nguyen
School: School of Business & Management 
Department: Economics & Finance
Position: Acting Head of Department
Location: RMIT Saigon South
Phone: 02836223605

Dr Thai Nguyen was a strategist at HSBC Bank before joining academia. His research interests include monetary policies, banking performance, financial technology and cryptocurrencies. 

BA (Hons), PhD

Finance and Economics

Monetary policy, banking, cryptocurrencies

  • Nguyen, V. H. T, Pham, T. T. T, Nguyen, P. C., and Nguyen, C. T. and Nguyen T. B. (2020). Excess liquidity and net interest margin: Evidence from Vietnamese banks. Journal of Economics and Business. In press. [Scimago: Q2]
  • Huynh, C. M. and Nguyen, V. H. T. (2020). One-way effect or multiple-way causality: foreign direct investment, institutional quality and shadow economy? International Economics and Economic policy. In press. [ABDC: B]
  • Nguyen, P. C., Schinckus, C. and Nguyen, V. H. T. (2019). Google Search and Stock Returns in Emerging Markets. Borsa Istabul Review. 19(4), 288-296. [Scimago: Q2]
  • Nguyen, V. H. T, Nguyen, T. B., Nguyen, C. T. and Nguyen, Q. Q. (2019). Bitcoin return: Impacts from the introduction of new altcoins. Research in International Business and Finance, 48, 420-425. [Scimago: Q1]
  • Nguyen, V. H. T., Nguyen, T. B., Nguyen, S. K. & Pham, H. (2019). Asymmetric Monetary Policy Effects on Cryptocurrency Markets, Research in International Business and Finance, 48, 335-339. [Scimago: Q1]
  • Nguyen, V. H. T., Boateng, A. & Pham, T. T. T. (2019). Involuntary Excess Reserves and Heterogeneous Transmission of Policy Rates to Bank Lending Rates in China, Empirical Economics, 57(3), 1023-1044. [ABDC: A]
  • Nguyen, P. C., Nguyen V. H. T. and Schinckus, C. (2019). Institutions, economic openness and stock return co-movements: An empirical investigation in emerging markets. Finance Research Letters, 28, 137-147. [ABDC: A]
  • Pham, T. T. T., Nguyen, V. H. T. & Nguyen, S. K. (2019). Does bank competition promote financial inclusion? A cross-country evidence, Applied Economics Letters, 26(13), 1133-1137. [ABDC: B]
  • Nguyen, V. H. T., Le, V. A. T. & Maheshwari, G. (2018). Excess Liquidity and Bank Managers’ Remuneration: The Role of Monetary Policy, Theoretical Economics Letters, 8(12), 2673-2681. [ABDC: B]
  • Nguyen, P. C., Su, D. T. and Nguyen, V. H. T. (2018). Institutional Quality and Economic Growth: The Case of Emerging Economies, Theoretical Economics Letters, 8(11), 1943-1956. [ABDC: B]
  • Nguyen, V. H. T., Boateng, A. & Nguyen, C. T. (2018). Involuntary Excess Reserve and Bankers’ Remuneration: Evidence from Chinese Banks, Applied Economics Letters, 25(8), 518-522. [ABDC: B]
  • Nguyen, P. C., Nguyen V. H. T. and Schinckus, C. (2018). Stock-Return Co-Movements and Institutional Quality: An Empirical Investigation of the European Emerging Markets, Theoretical Economics Letters, 8, 820-843. [ABDC: B]
  • Nguyen, P. C., Nguyen V. H. T. and Nguyen T. T. (2017), Institutional Quality and Fiscal Policy: An Empirical Investigation in Asia Pacific Countries, Empirical Economics Letters, 16(9), 873-882. [ABDC: C]
  • Nguyen, V. H. T., Boateng, A., & Newton, D. (2015).  Involuntary excess reserves, the reserve requirements and credit rationing in China. Applied Economics, 47 (14), 1424-1437. [ABDC: A] 
  • Nguyen, V. H. T. & Boateng, A. (2015).  Bank Excess Reserves in Emerging Economies: A Critical Review and Research Agenda. International Review of Financial Analysis, 39 (May 2015), 158-166. [Scimago: Q1]
  • Nguyen, V. H. T. & Boateng, A. (2015).  An analysis of involuntary excess reserves, monetary policy and risk-taking behaviour of Chinese Banks. International Review of Financial Analysis, 37 (January 2015), 63-72. [Scimago: Q1]
  • Nguyen, V. H. T. & Boateng, A. (2013).  The impact of excess reserves beyond precautionary levels on Bank Lending Channels in China. Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions and Money, 26, 358-377. [Scimago: Q1]
  • Euro 3,000 from The Regional Science Association International for the Nurturing Talent 2020 Workshop at 17th The Pacific Science Conference Organization (PRSCO) Summer Institute, 2020
  • $30,000 from Vietnamese Ministry of Science and Technology for the project “Does financial inclusion promote business innovation?”, 2017-2019
  • $10,000 from VinaCapital for the project “Vietnamese State-Owned Enterprises equitization”, 2018

HDR Supervisor 1 

College of Business Research Excellence Award 2018, RMIT

HSBC Bank strategist