Seminar Papers – 2015

The Program Committee approved the following papers submitted to VEAM 2015: Bach Nguyen, “Are Financing Constraints Really Obstacles for Economic Growth of Developing Countries: Evidence from Vietnam” Ho Sy Hoa, “Long-run determinants of sovereign bond index in emerging market: New evidence from asymmetric and nonlinear pass-through” Truong Hoang Yen, “Impact of Economic Volatility on Corporate Tax...

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Seminar Papers – 2016

Here is the list of presented papers in VEAM 2016 organized in Da Nang on 11 and 12 August 2016: Hoang Chi Cuong and Tran Thi Nhu Trang, “FTAs: How to evaluate its potential impacts, its real impacts”. Doan Ngoc Thang, “Free trade agreements, rules of origin and trade efficiency – a stochastic frontier gravity model approach”. Vo Huong and Tomoo Kikuchi, “The Implications of Tariff Reductions in Trans-Pacific Partnership...

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Seminar papers – 2012

The Program Committee approved the following papers submitted to VEAM 2012: 1. Belhadj Aram and BEJI Samouel, Bank lending channel in MENA Countries: Evidence from dynamic panel model 2. Patrick Leoni and Alvaro Sandroni, Can Patent Duration Hinder Medical Innovation for Neglected Diseases? 3. Prof. Hakan Yetkiner and Bahar Bayraktar Sağlam, A Romerian Contribution to the Empirics of Economic Growth 4. Kheswar Jankee, University of...

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Seminar papers – 2011

Keynotes of the workshop: 1. Professor Ngo Van Long, McGill University, Canada, “Capital-Labour Substitution, Structural Change, and Growth.” 2. Professor Le Van Cuong, CNRS, France, “On the existence, efficiency and bubbles of a Ramsey equilibrium with endogenous labor supply and borrowing constraints.” 3. Professor Aditya Goenka, NUS, Singapore, “Infectious Diseases and Endogenous Growth.” The...

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Seminar papers – 2010

The VEAM 2010 programme committee received the following submitted papers for VEAM 2010. Arnaud Reynaud(Toulouse School of Economics (LERNA-INRA), France), “Sequential sharing of a resource: an experimental investigation.” Đào Nguyên Thắng(Vietnam Center for Economic and Policy Research (VEPR), Vietnam), “Overlapping generation’s economy, environmental externalities, and taxation.” Lê Quang Thanh(School of Economics – The...

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