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Tran Thi Phuong Thao

TRAN THI PHUONG THAO, MAc

Email: thaotran@lhu.edu.vn

Full name: Tran Thi Phuong Thao 

Sex: Female

Date of birth: 11st Sep, 1987

Place/Country of birth: Dong Nai Province, Vietnam

Employment History:

2009 - present: Lecturer, Faculty of Finance and Accounting, Lac Hong University, Vietnam

Qualifications:

2005 - 2009: Bachelor of Accounting

2013 - 2015: Master of Accounting

Other Training/ Certifications:

  • Certificate of University Teaching Methodology (2009)
  • Certificate of Master Teacher Learning Program (2009)
  • Certificate of Chief Accounting (2010)
  • Certificate of Critical Thinking Skills (2018)
  • Certificate of Flipped Classroom Skills (2021)

Subjects taught:

  • Principle of accounting
  • Financial accounting
  • International accounting comparison

Research Interests:

  • Research on the new rules in accounting, tax law, labor law, social insurance Vietnam;
  • Research on the consolidated financial statements;
  • Research on the IFRS and IAS;
  • Compare of IFRS and Vietnamese GAAP.

Publications:

Tran Thi Phuong Thao (2019), “Current situation of management accounting application in small and medium enterprises in Vietnam”, Journal of Accounting and Auditing,  pp. 70

Tran Thi Phuong Thao (2020), “Finishing accounting with cash in money, receivable customers at Hoang Long co., Ltd”, Journal of Accounting and Auditing, No.200, pp. 98-99

Tran Thi Phuong Thao (2020), “Factors affecting the management of accounting in the field of management and exploitation of land funds in the area of Dong Nai province by the department of natural resources and environment”, Journal of Accounting and Auditing, No.200, pp.119-123

Tran Thi Phuong Thao (2020), “Applying the balance scoreboard to evaluate the performance of the lottery limited liability company in Dong Nai province”, Journal of Accounting and Auditing, No.201, pp. 105-107

Tran Thi Phuong Thao (2020), “The role of management accounting in the current economy”, Journal of Accounting and Auditing, No.202, pp. 38-40

Briefly list the most recent professional development activities:

  • Conducting research
  • Enrolling in formal degree programs, courses, or workshops
  • Pursuing certificates, accreditations or other credentials through educational programs
  • Attending local, regional, national, and international meetings, conferences and workshops sponsored by professional organizations
  • Learning about new developments in my field
  • Keeping up with technology, systems, processes
  • Improving existing skills

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