Vietnam Symposium in Global Economic Issues (VSGE)

The 4th Vietnam Symposium in Global Economic Issues (VSGE), which took place on 30 – 31 October 2023 in Vietnam, was formerly known as Vietnam Symposium in International Business (VSIB) and benefited from the support of De Montfort University and the Emerging Markets Society. The conference was organized in a HYBRID FORMAT that allowed either residential or online presentations, encouraging participants to submit their work.
The VSGE conference was broadly intended to provide a platform for academics, practitioners, researchers, and policymakers from various fields to exchange knowledge and evolutions of disciplines related to international trade policy, the impacts of globalization, the experience of countries at different levels of development, and the interaction of different countries and institutions in the global context. Participants also had an excellent opportunity to present new research, exchange information, and discuss current issues of international economics, business, and finance.
The scientific and organizing committees welcomed submissions in all areas of international economics, business, and finance as well as their interfaces. The following topics, but not limited to, were particularly welcome:
– Climate Policy
– Climate Risks: Modelling and Assessment
– COVID-19 and International Business
– Cross-border Activities of Firms
– Digitalisation and Economic Growth
– Economic and Financial Integration
– Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) Performance
– Exchange Rate Dynamics and Pass-through
– Global Supply Chain Management
– Global Value Chain
– Globalisation and Business Environment
– International Corporate Governance
– International Factor Mobility
– International Finance
– International Financial Markets, Institutions and Money
– Macroeconomic Uncertainty
– Monetary and Fiscal Policies
– Regional and International Migration
– Risk Management
– Social Responsibility and Sustainability
– Technological Forecasting and Social Change
– Technology, Innovation and Entrepreneurship
– Trade Network, Spillover Effects, and Policies
– Trade, Investment and Growth

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