Sustainable, healthy and effective development of private sector has become an important motivator of the socialist-oriented market economy in Vietnam. According to the Resolution 10-NQ/TW dated June 3rd, 2017 “Promoting communication activities to raise the awareness of enterprises and entrepreneurs in implementing the Resolution 10 on the private sector development process”. In fact, after more than 35 years of economic renovation, the Communist Party has constantly focused on developing every economic elements including private sector which is regarded as an essential composition of the national economy. Since the 6th Party Congress, the private sector of Vietnam has been focused and encouraged. The resolution of the 13th Party Congress offered updated views and directions on state administration of economy, among which, there were prominent viewpoints regarding private sector development such as: Enhancing the thinking renovation, raising awareness of private sector development to make it “an important motivator” of the socialist-oriented market economy; Encouraging the foundation of private multi-ownership economic groups and state-owned enterprises with private equity; Enhancing the linkage between private enterprises and other forms of business; Improving the efficiency of management and performance control of private enterprises; Removing the discrimination between private enterprises and other forms of business; Promoting the application of science and technology in the private sector, etc. In fact, however, there are different difficulties and challenges for the sustainable development of the private sector that require extra and effective measures
1. KEYNOTE SPEAKER
Associate Professor Simone DomenicoScagnelli
Associate Prof. Simone Domenico SCAGNELLI
Associate Dean, Accounting and Finance
School of Business and Law, Edith Cowan University, Perth, Australia
- Italian Research Center for Shared Value, Co-founder
- European Accounting Association, member
- Sustainability Accounting Standard Board Alliance, member
- Italian Academy of Business Administration (AIDEA), member
- Italian Society of Accounting Scholars (SIDREA), member
- Italian registry of professional Auditors, member
Associate Professor Scagnelli was awarded his Ph.D in 2005 from the University of Turin, in Italy, with a thesis focussing on the accountability and measurement issues of Management Information Systems.
Prior to joining ECU as Associate Professor, DrScagnelli was Associate Professor at the Department of Management, University of Turin, Italy, and was the Head of International Relations and Director of the International Bachelor in Business & Management. From 2012 to 2018, he was also Adjunct Professor of Financial & Managerial Accounting at ESCP Europe, one of the top Business Schools in the World.
Associate Professor Scagnelli's research has been mostly in Accounting, with a particular focus on Corporate Social Responsibility. He has presented at leading international conferences and published in scholarly international journals such as the Australian Accounting Review, Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management, and Pacific Accounting Review. His international research partnerships span the countries of Italy, UK, Germany, Russia, Australia and Japan, where has obtained a number of research grants. He has also supervised research students to completion at the PhD level.
Associate Professor Scagnelli has also developed an extensive experience in the industry. Prior to joining Academia, he was associate partner at a leading Italian Law and Accounting firm, providing advisory services to national and multinational companies in the Automotive, Aerospace and ICT industries.
Associate Professor Simone Scagnelli is now Associate Dean Accounting and Finance in School of Business and Law.
Associate Professor Farhad TAGHIZADEH-HESARY
Farhad TAGHIZADEH-HESARY, PhD/
Associate Professor of Economics, Tokai University/
Visiting Professor, Faculty of Economics, Keio University/
Dr. FarhadTaghizadeh-Hesary is an associate professor of economics at Tokai University in Japan, and a visiting professor at Keio University, Japan. He completed his master’s degree in energy economics from Tehran University, Iran, in 2011. Subsequently, He obtained a Ph.D. in energy economics from Keio University in 2015 with a scholarship from the government of Japan (MEXT). He has taught as an assistant professor at Keio following the completion of his Ph.D. until March 2018 and as an assistant professor at the faculty of political science and economics of WasedaUniversity 2018-2020.
He is a recipient of the Excellent Young Researcher (LEADER) status from the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science, and Technology (MEXT) of Japan with a five years’ competitive research grant (2019-2024). Presently he is also a visiting professor at Chiang Mai University (Thailand) and a distinguished research fellow and external scientific member at the University of Economics Ho Chi Minh City (Vietnam).
Dr. Taghizadeh-Hesary was visiting scholar, visiting professor, and visiting fellow at several institutions and universities such as the Institute of Energy Economics of Japan (IEEJ) (2013–2015); the Credit Risk Database (CRD) association of Japan (2014–2015); Graduate School of Economics of the University of Tokyo (2016–2017), Griffith University, (Australia; 2019); The University of Tasmania, (Australia; 2019).
Dr. Taghizadeh-Hesary has published a wide range of topics, including energy economics, energy policy, green finance, small and medium-sized enterprises finance, monetary policy, banking, and the Asian and Japanese economies.
Dr. Taghizadeh-Hesary led, managed, and has been involved in dozens of research, capacity building and training (CBT) and consulting projects on energy, economic, and financial related topics for the international organizations and institutions, including; United Nations; Asian Development Bank, Asian Development Bank Institute; Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia; Central Asian Regional Economic Cooperation Institute; and financial institutions and governments of various countries.
2. Date, Venue and Participants
Organizers: Academy of Finance and Universities, Institutes under Ministry of Finance, Vietnam
Date: November, 2021
Conference venue: Academy of Finance (Address: No. 58 Le Van Hien street, BacTuLiem district, Hanoi, Vietnam; website: http://hvtc.edu.vn/fasps3)
Form of conference: Online and direct meeting
Participants: Expectedly 300 scientists from international organizations, central agencies, local and global research institutes and academies namely UOG, Economic Committee of the Parliament, Office of the Government, Ho Chi Minh National Academy of Politics, National Financial Supervisory Commission, State Bank, Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Planning and Investment, Ministry of Industry and Trade, Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences, institutes and universities of economics and business administration, economists, business representatives, press agencies, etc.