Trinh Q. Long, Project Consultant
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Trinh Q. Long
Trinh Q. Long joined the Asian Development Bank Institute (ADBI) as a project consultant in July 2015.
His current research interests include financial development (including fintech and financial inclusion in Asia), small and medium-sized enterprise development, international trade, structural change, and economic growth. Before joining the ADBI, he had worked as an economist at the Central Institute for Economic Management (CIEM), Viet Nam’s leading think-tank for more than 10 years. He received his PhD from the National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies in Tokyo, Japan.
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Family Business during the COVID-19 Pandemic in Asia: Role of Government Financial Aid and Coping StrategiesGovernment financial aid is associated with a lower probability of a decline in family business income and a higher probability of adopting coping strategies.
In-House R&D, Technology Transfer, and Firms’ PerformanceA long-term relationship with business partners along the supply chain can enhance the effectiveness of technology transfer, thus improving productivity.
Impacts of COVID-19 on Households’ Business, Employment and School Education: Evidence from Household Survey in CAREC CountriesThe COVID-19 crisis has severely affected employment and education in member countries of the Central Asia Regional Economic Cooperation.
Monetary Stance and Favorableness of Monetary Policy in the Media: The Case of Viet NamA change in monetary policy stance from easing to neutral/tightening, or from neutral to tightening is greatly appreciated by the media in Viet Nam.
Impacts of COVID-19 on Households in ASEAN Countries and Their Implications for Human Capital Development: Medium-Run Impacts and the Role of Government SupportThe outbreak of the COVID -19 virus and the resulting drop in demand are having a severe impact on Asian economies and, by extension, Asian households.
Impacts of COVID-19 on Households in CAREC CountriesThe COVID-19 pandemic has affected the income of all households, regardless of their economic status.
Individual Subjective Well-Being during the COVID-19 PandemicGovernments should not only focus on mitigating the financial and economic effects of the pandemic but also take into account nonfinancial effects since these are strongly associated with individual well-being.
Impacts of COVID-19 on Households in ASEAN Countries and Their Implications for Human Capital DevelopmentThe outbreak of the COVID-19 virus and the resulting falls in demand due both to uncertainty and policy interventions are having a severe impact on Asian economies and hence on Asian households.
Fintech and Financial Literacy in Viet NamA higher level of financial literacy has strong and positive effects on an individual’s awareness and use of fintech products.
Financial Literacy and Fintech Adoption in JapanHigher financial literacy is positively associated with a higher likelihood of using fintech services but negatively correlated with holdings of crypto assets.
The number of COVID-19 cases in many Asian developing countries is surprisingly low, but this may simply reflect inadequate levels of testing. The high correlation between rates of testing and per capita GDP strongly suggests that lower-income countries face a number of barriers to carrying out adequate testing.
Financial literacy has gained an important position in the policy agenda of many countries, and the importance of collecting informative, reliable data on the levels of financial literacy across adult populations has been widely recognized (OECD/INFE 2015a).
IThe fiscal burden of public pensions in most emerging Asian economies is relatively small, reflecting relatively young populations and limited coverage of the retired-age population in public pension programs.