Associate Prof., Dr. Nguyen Anh Tuan

Associate Prof., Dr. Nguyen Anh Tuan

MD Advisory Board | Member

Nguyen Anh Tuan got a bachelor degree of Economics at Moscow University (former Soviet Union) in 1986 and master and doctor degrees at University of Malaya (Malaysia) in 1995 and 2003 respectively. He worked at the Institute of World Economy (Academy of Social Sciences and Humanity of Vietnam) for 8 years, then a lecturer and dean of the Faculty of International Economics, the Diplomatic Academy of Vietnam (MOFA). He also completed 2 terms of foreign service at the Embassy of Vietnam in Malaysia and Australia. Now he deals with Diplomatic Academy of Vietnam as Editor-in-Chief of Journal of International Studies.  

A Vietnamese Australian is an Australian, either born in Vietnam or having Vietnamese ancestors. These people make up the community of Vietnamese Australians and contribute significantly to both the Australian and Vietnamese economies as well as the comprehensive partnership relationship between the two countries. The circumstance behind the establishment of this community, however, was anything but without incidents.

Public debt is a relatively complex concept that most current approaches agree to refer to the sum of debt whose obligation to repay falls on the government of a country[1]. According to the World Bank (WB)'s approach, public debt is understood as the liability of four main groups of institutions: