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Thi Thuy Dung Phung

Dung re­ceived her bach­elor’s de­gree in eco­nom­ics from Col­or­ado State Uni­versity in 2014. After three years in her role as a man­age­ment con­sult­ant at Ernst & Young Vi­et­nam and com­plet­ing the CFA pro­gram, Dung de­cided to pur­sue an aca­demic ca­reer. She at­ten­ded the Mas­ter in Man­age­ment pro­gram at the Uni­versity of Man­nheim, dur­ing which she con­cen­trated on deep­en­ing her know­ledge of vari­ous areas of fin­ance and im­prov­ing her re­search skills by work­ing as a re­search assist­ant with the Chair of Fin­ance. Her mas­ter’s thesis ex­am­ines the im­pact of nom­inal stock prices on re­turn volat­il­ity and in­vestor at­ten­tion.

Dung’s main re­search in­terest is em­pir­ical as­set pri­cing, with a spe­cial fo­cus on in­cor­por­at­ing factors that rep­res­ent mis­pri­cing into as­set pri­cing mod­els.

  • Since 2020: PhD in Fin­ance at the Vi­enna Gradu­ate School of Fin­ance
  • 2020: MSc in Man­age­ment, Uni­versity of Man­nheim
  • 2014: BSc in Eco­nom­ics, Col­or­ado State Uni­versity
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