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Workshop “Sustainability, Public Action, and Well-Being”

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Workshop “Sustainability, Public Action, and Well-Being”


July 18-19, 2022
Faculty of Political Economy, University of Economics and Business-Viet Nam National University, Hanoi


The BETA (CNRS, INRAE, University of Strasbourg, France), ECONOMIX (CNRS, University of Paris Nanterre, France), and the University of Economics and Business-VNU (UEB-VNU, Vietnam) will organize the workshop “Sustainability, Public Action and Well-Being” hosted by the Faculty of Political Economy (VNU-UEB-Vietnam), July 18-19, 2022.


We welcome applied and theoretical quality research from all fields of economics relative to Sustainability. Topics of interest include (but not limited to):

  • Economic Growth and Development
  • Individual Well-being
  • Education
  • Climate Change
  • Environmental Regulations
  • Circular Bioeconomy
  • North-South, Foreign Aid
  • Green Innovation
  • Green Finance
  • SMEs and Ecological Transition
  • Sustainable Productive Fabric

 

Please find in this link the final agenda of the workshop.

 

The workshop will be held hybrid, details:

Meeting ID: 243 754 7506
Passcode: ueb123456

 

Program

Monday, July 18th 2022

8:00-9:00am Hanoi: Registration & Coffee Meeting

9:00-9:20am Hanoi: Welcome SpeechThu Nguyen-Anh, Vice rector of University of Economics and Business, Vietnam National University

 

Session 1- Sustainability and Social Responsibility
Chair: Hong Diep Pham
9:20am-11:20am Hanoi / 4:20am-6:20am Paris

 

1. “Sustainability and Social Entrepreneurship: constraints of social enterprises and a path to resource allocations”
Speaker: Tra Tran-Thien, BETA-University of Strasbourg, thientra.tran@etu.unistra.fr (paper co-written with Véronique Schaeffer).
Discussant: Trinh Thi Thu, Institute of Social Sciences of Central Region, Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences

 

2. “Household education expenditure in urban areas of vietnam: a case study in haiphong city, vietnam“
Speaker: Quyen Do-Thu-Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Economics and Business, doquyenym@gmail.com (paper co-written with Bao Nguyen-Duc)
Discussant: Nguyen To-The, Faculty of Political Economics, VNU University of Economics and Business

 

3. “Correcting and endogenous bias: a new approach”
Speaker: Duong-Tu Quach (School of Economics, Can Tho University) qdtu@ctu.edu.vn

Discussant: Tuyen Dang-Trung, Faculty of Political Economics, VNU University of Economics and Business

 

11:20pm-1:00pm: Lunch

 

Session 2 – Environmental and Ecological Economics
Chair: Ngoc-Sang Pham
1:00pm-3:00pm Hanoi / 8:00am-10:00am Paris

 

1. “Reconsidering the interplay between endogenous growth and the Environmental Kuznets Curve”
Speaker: David Desmarchelier, BETA-University of Lorraine, david.desmarchelier@univ-lorraine.fr

Discussant: Ngoc-Sang Pham, Metis Lab, EM Normandie Business School.

 

2. “Impacts of public policy on the rebound effect of green heating services”
Speaker: Nguyen Nhat-Anh, BETA-University of Strasbourg, nhat-anh.nguyen@unistra.fr (paper co-written with Phu Nguyen-Van Phu, and Anne Stenger)
Discussant: Huy Nguyen-Quang, BETA-University of Strasbourg

 

3. “CSR and Business Performance: Evidence from Vietnamese SMEs”
Speaker: Thanh Tam Nguyen-Huu, Metis-Lab, EM Normandie Business School, tnguyenhuu@em-normandie.fr

Discussant: Vu Duy, Faculty of Political Economics, VNU University of Economics and Business

 

3:00pm-3:30pm: Coffee break

 

Session 3 – Economic Growth and Development
Chair: David Desmarchelier
3:30-5:30pm Hanoi / 10:30-12:30am Paris

 

1. “Impacts of (individual and aggregate) productivity and credit shocks on equilibrium aggregate production”
Speaker: Ngoc-Sang Pham, Metis Lab, EM Normandie Business School, pns.pham@gmail.com

Discussant: Phu Nguyen-Van, EconomiX-CNRS, University of Paris Nanterre

 

2. “Development loans, poverty trap, and economic dynamics”
Speaker: Thi Kim Cuong Pham, EconomiX, University of Paris Nanterre, pham_tkc@parisnanterre.fr (paper co-written with Cuong Le-Van and Ngoc-Sang Pham). Remotely
Discussant: David Desmarchelier, BETA-University of Lorraine

 

3. “Welfare effect of commercial activities and support policies: A multidimensional poverty assessment in Northern Vietnam”
Speaker: Chinh Hoang-Duc, Faculty of Political Economics, VNU University of Economics and Business, chinhhoanghdc@gmail.com (paper co-written with Tuan Nguyen-Anh, Hang Nguyen-Thu, Vuong Vu-Tien, and Nguyen To-The)
Discussant: Anne Stenger, BETA-INRAE, University of Strasbourg. Remotely

 

6:00pm- Workshop Diner

 

Tuesday, July 19th 2022

Session 4 – Sustainability and Social Responsibility
Chair: Vu Duy
9:00-11:00am Hanoi / 4:00-6:00am Paris

 

1. “The role of involuntary and voluntary joint bidding in promoting efficiency in conservation auction”
Speaker: Tuyen Tiet, UMT Business School, University of Management and Technology, tuyen.tiettong@gmail.com, Remotely (paper co-written with Jens Abildtrup, Géraldine Bocqueho, Kene Boun My, and Anne Stenger)
Discussant: Phu Nguyen-Van, EconomiX-CNRS, University of Paris Nanterre

 

2. “Impacts of carbon taxation on the foreign direct investments with carbon emission technologies”
Speaker: Thanh Le-Quoc, University Paris-Saclay and University of Finance-Marketing, lehaiduong68@gmail.com, (paper co-written with Cuong Le-Van)
Discussant: Bao Duc-Nguyen, Faculty of Political Economics, VNU University of Economics and Business

 

3. “What drives the acceptability of restrictive health policies? An economic modeling of individual preferences on anti-COVID 19 strategies”
Speaker: Phu Nguyen-Van, EconomiX-CNRS, University of Paris Nanterre, France, pnguyenvan@parisnanterre.fr

(paper co-written with Thierry Blayac, Dimitri Dubois, Sebastien Duchene, Bruno Ventelou, Marc Willinger)
Discussant: Martina Ayoub-NEOMA Business School & GAEL-University of Grenoble Alpes. Remotely

 

11:00am-11:30am Coffee break

 

Session 5: Bioeconomy and Sustainables Societies
Chair: Huong Nguyen
11:30-12:50am Hanoi / 6:30-7:50am Paris

 

1. “Sustainable tourism through green event perspectives in Danang city”
Speaker: Trinh Thi Thu, Institute of Social Sciences of Central Region, Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences, trinhthithudanang@gmail.com (paper co-written with Dinh The Toan)
Discussant: Huong Nguyen, Faculty of Political Economics, VNU University of Economics and Business

 

2. “Lost in transition: How to break out from the niche? The case of micro-algae “
Speaker: Martina Ayoub-NEOMA Business School & GAEL-University of Grenoble Alpes,  martina.a.walaan@gmail.com, Remotely (paper co-written with Mireille Matt & Nicolas Befort)
Discussant: Tra Tran-Thien, BETA-University of Strasbourg


Scientific committee


Cécile Couharde, Professor, EconomiX, University of Paris Nanterre
Le Nguyen-Truc, Associate Professor, Faculty of Political Economy, UEB-VNU
Thu Nguyen-Anh, Associate Professor, Faculty of Political Economy, UEB-VNU
Bao Duc-Nguyen, Lecturer, Faculty of Political Economy, UEB-VNU
Vu Duy, Lecturer, Faculty of Political Economy, UEB-VNU
Cuong Le-Van, Emeritus Research Director, CNRS, Paris School of Economics
Nadine Levratto, Research Director, EconomiX, CNRS, University of Paris Nanterre
Phu Nguyen-Van, Research Director, EconomiX, CNRS, University of Paris Nanterre
Thi Kim Cuong Pham, Professor, EconomiX, University of Paris Nanterre
Anne Stenger, Research Director, BETA, INRAE, University of Strasbourg
Nguyen To-The, Associate Professor, Faculty of Political Economy, UEB-VNU


Local organizers


Tuan Nguyen-Anh, Lam Nguyen-Duc, Anh Nguyen-Thi-Anh, Nguyen To-The (UEB-VNU)

 

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