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Viet joined Monash as a lecturer in Finance in June 2011 from University of Edinburgh (U.K.).

Prior to joining Monash, Viet was working at University of Edinburgh while finishing her PhD thesis on firms' investment and financing flexibility and the stock market anomalies as a Durham University Doctoral Fellow at Durham Business School, U.K. Prior to that, she finished her Master of Science in Finance and Investment from Durham Business School and Bachelor of Business from Monash University. She received several merit-based awards during her undergraduate studies at Monash. Her studies were funded by Durham University Doctoral Fellowship (PhD), UK FCO Chevening Scholarship (MSc), and Australian Government's AusAID scholarship (BBus).

Viet published her research in Journal of Banking and Finance and has been an ad-hoc reviewer of academic journals, such as Financial Review. She was awarded Monash Business School Dean's Teaching Commendation and received letters recognising her contribution to student learning and teaching from Monash University Vice-President. Her previous professional experience includes four years in Vietnam's financial sector as an auditor, consultant, and financial analyst with KPMG and Vietcombank Fund Management. Viet passed level 2 CFA examination and is a member of CFA Institute and CFA Society Melbourne.

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Research Output

Investment-related anomalies in Australia: evidence and explanations

Cao, V. N., Gray, P. & Zhong, A., Jan 2019, In : International Review of Financial Analysis. 61, p. 97-109 13 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticleResearchpeer-review

1 Citation (Scopus)

What explains the value premium? The case of adjustment costs, operating leverage and financial leverage

Cao, V. N., 2015, In : Journal of Banking and Finance. 59, p. 350 - 366 17 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticleResearchpeer-review

6 Citations (Scopus)