Lê Hồ An Châu

Lê Hồ An Châu

Ph.D, University of Birmingham, United Kingdom, United Kingdom

Research interests:

Economic & Financial Crises,  International  Financial Markets,  Cross-border Banking, Inflation-targeting  Monetary Policy,  Portfolio Management, Bank Supervision and Risk Management

  1. Le, C. H. A and D. G. Dickinson (2015). The systemic risk of cross-border banking: evidencefrom the sudden stop and interbank stress contagion in East Asia. Emerging Markets Finance and Trade, 1-18, 2015.
  2. Le, C. H. A (2015). Macro-financial linkages and bank behaviour: evidence from the secondround effects of the global financial crisis on East Asia. Eurasian Economic Review (forthcoming).
  3. Le, C. H. A and D. G. Dickinson (2014). Asset price volatility and financial contagion: analysisusing the MS-VAR framework. Eurasian Economic Review, Volume 4, Number 2, 133-162.
  4. Le Ho An Chau (2015). The macro-financial effects of capital buffer: an empirical study of the banking system in Vietnam. Journal of Economics and Development (forthcoming).
  5. Le Ho An Chau (2006). Analyzing Necessary Conditions to Develop the Derivatives Market in Vietnam. Banking Technology Review 13, Dec. 2006.
  6. Le Ho An Chau and Ngo Vi Trong (2003). Bancassurance – Selling insurance products through the banking system. Banking Review 8, August 2003.
  7. Le Ho An Chau and Ngo Vi Trong (2003). On the improvement of the outline of Decree on Banking Review No. Special Issue 2003 (Reality and Measures to expand individual account service in Vietnam at present), June 2003.
  8. Le Ho An Chau (2003). Developing Automatic Queuing System in Commercial Banks in Banking Science and Training Review No. 3, May 2003.
  9. Le Ho An Chau and Ngo Vi Trong (2003). A SWOT analysis of bancassurance in Vietnam. Economic Development Review 104, March – 2003.
  10. Le Ho An Chau and Ngo Vi Trong (2002). Problems in implementing the law on credit
    Banking Science & Training Review No.4, July 2002.






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