Dr Thao Tran is a Lecturer in Finance in the School of Economics, Finance and Marketing. She holds a Master of International Finance and a PhD in Finance from Deakin University.
Prior to joining RMIT University, she was a Lecturer and Research Fellow in Finance at Monash University (Malaysia) and Deakin University. Her research specialises in the area of corporate finance, banking and energy markets.
- Chiah, M.,Phan, D.,Tran, V.,Zhong, A. (2022). Energy price uncertainty and the value premium In: International Review of Financial Analysis, 81, 1 - 12
- Iyke, B.,Tran, T.,Narayana, P. (2021). Can energy security predict energy stock returns? In: Energy Economics, 94, 1 - 16
- Narayana, P.,Narayan, S.,Tran, T.,Thuraisamy, K. (2021). State-level politics: Do they influence corporate investment decisions? In: International Review of Financial Analysis, 74, 1 - 15
- Phan, D.,Tran, V.,Tee, C.,Nguyen, D. (2021). Oil price uncertainty, CSR and institutional quality: A cross-country evidence In: Energy Economics, 100, 1 - 14
- Phan, D.,Tran, V.,Tee, C.,Le, A. (2021). Carbon risk and corporate investment: A cross-country evidence In: Finance Research Letters, 46, 1 - 13
- Phan, D.,Tran, V.,Iyke, B. (2021). Geopolitical risk and bank stability In: Finance Research Letters, 46, 1 - 9
- Phan, D.,Tee, C.,Tran, T. (2020). Do different types of political connections affect corporate investments? Evidence from Malaysia In: Emerging Markets Review, 42, 1 - 13
- Phan, D.,Tran, V.,Nguyen, D.,Le, N. (2020). The importance of managerial ability on crude oil price uncertainty-firm performance relationship In: Energy Economics, 88, 1 - 14
- Phan, D.,Tran, V.,Nguyen, D. (2019). Crude oil price uncertainty and corporate investment: New global evidence In: Energy Economics, 77, 54 - 65
- Phan, D.,Sharma, S.,Tran, V. (2018). Can economic policy uncertainty predict stock returns? Global evidence In: Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions and Money, 55, 134 - 150
3 PhD Current Supervisions
- Polluters and access to informal finance - Is it important to go green?. Funded by: AFAANZ Research Grants 2018 onwards from (2021 to 2022)