PhD, HEA Fellow
Dr Huong Vu is a Lecturer in Finance at University of Aberdeen. She joined the University of Aberdeen in September 2018. Prior to that, Dr Huong Vu had three years of experience as a lecturer in finance at Coventry Business School.
Dr Huong Vu got her Bachelor Degree in Economics from the Foreign Trade University, Vietnam in 2006. She did her Master Degree and PhD in Finance at Bangor Business School, Bangor University from 2008 to 2014.
Dr Huong Vu's PhD research addressed the causes and implications of split sovereign credit ratings for financial markets. In recent years, her research interests span different areas of finance including sovereign credit risk, credit ratings, credit rating agencies and corporate finance.
Sovereign Risks, Credit Ratings and Credit Rating Agencies, Corporate Finance
PhD Students Supervisor:
Azhuo Li (2023 - present)
Thi Hai Yen Tran (2020- present)
Shee-Yee Khoo (completed 2021 - minor corrections)
FI3004 - Corporate Finance
FI3505 - Advanced Corporate Finance
FI3503 - International Financial Management
FI2501 - Financial Markets and Regulation (SCNU)
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Leading from Behind: Sovereign Credit Ratings during COVID-19 PandemicWorking Papers: Preprint Papers
First-mover disadvantage: the sovereign ratings mousetrapFinancial Markets, Institutions & Instruments , vol. 31, no. 1, pp. 3-44Contributions to Journals: Articles
Does competition improve sovereign credit rating quality?Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions and Money, vol. 76, 101478Contributions to Journals: Articles
Sovereign credit ratings during the COVID-19 pandemicInternational Review of Financial Analysis, vol. 78, 101879Contributions to Journals: Articles
Are Sovereign Credit Ratings Inflated by Competition?Contributions to Conferences: Papers
Differences of opinion in sovereign credit signals during the European crisisEuropean Journal of Finance, vol. 23, no. 10, pp. 859-884Contributions to Journals: Articles
What drives differences of opinion in sovereign ratings? The roles of information disclosure and political riskInternational Journal of Finance and Economics, vol. 22, no. 3, pp. 216-233Contributions to Journals: Articles
The credit signals that matter most for sovereign bond spreads with split ratingJournal of International Money and Finance, vol. 53, pp. 174-191Contributions to Journals: Articles