Tri Vo Dinh

Associate Professor of Finance



Phone: +33 1 5363 3600

Campus: Paris



2016: Ph.D. in Management Sciences, Evry and Paris-Saclay University

2010: MSc. in Management, CNAM-Paris

  • Biography
  • Selected publications
  • Professional experiences

Dinh Tri Vo is an Associate Professor at IPAG Business School, Paris. He received his MSc. in Management from the CNAM and his Ph.D. degree in Management Science (Finance & Insurance) from Paris Saclay University, France. He teaches finance and banking courses such as Financial Analysis, Financial Markets, and Global Banking and Financial Regulation, in both the “Grande Ecole” and dual degree programs (IPAG-Greenwich MSc. International Banking and Finance). His main research interests are insurance markets, impact investing, and sustainable finance. Besides teaching and research, he has consulting activities and publishes commentaries in some magazines and newspapers.

Vo, D. T. (2020). Dependency on FDI inflows and stock market linkages. Finance Research Letters, 101463

Nguyen, D. K., Sensoy, A., Vo, D. T., & von Mettenheim, H. J. (2020). Does Short-term Technical Trading Exist in the Vietnamese Stock Market?. Borsa Istanbul Review.

QT Ho, YN Nguyen, Bhavik Parikh, Vo, D.T (2020). Does foreign exchange risk matter to equity research analysts when forecasting stock prices? Evidence from U.S. firms. International Review of Financial Analysis, forthcoming

H., Hammamin, T., Ngo, D., Tripe, D.T., Vo (2020). Ranking with a Euclidean common set of weights in data envelopment analysis: with application to the Eurozone banking sector. Annals of Operations Research, forthcoming

Nguyen, D. K., & Vo, D. T. (2020). Enterprise risk management and solvency: The case of the listed EU insurers. Journal of Business Research, 113, 360-369.

Ha, D., Gillet, P., Le, P., & Vo, D. T. (2019). Banking integration in ASEAN-6: An empirical investigation. Economic Modelling

Zhu, B., Pang, R., Chevallier, J., Wei, Y. M., & Vo, D. T. (2019). Including intangible costs into the cost-of-illness approach: a method refinement illustrated based on the PM 2.5 economic burden in China. The European Journal of Health Economics, 20(4), 501-511.

2016: Assistant Professor, IPAG Business School

2007-2008: trainer for HSBC (Vietnam), BaoViet, Petro Vietnam Insurance, Ministry of Finance of Vietnam and ANZIIF (The Australian and New Zealand Institute of Insurance and Finance)

2006: Lecturer, University of Economics Hochiminh City

2003-2006: lecturer/trainer at BaoViet Holdings

Research Areas

Risk management & Insurance Business, Financial markets, Corporate Finance, Green Finance

Teaching Areas

Corporate Finance, Financial markets, Financial Analysis, Investment Management