Nam Tran

Academic Director (MBA Programs)

Nam Tran joined Melbourne Business School in 2011.

Before completing his PhD and a Graduate Teaching Fellow position at the University of Oregon, Nam was an Auditor with Vietnam Auditing Company (Deloitte Vietnam), providing services to clients in various industries, such as cement, tobacco, brewing and beverages, and real estate.

Nam’s current research examines how managers’ perceptions of market competition affects their investment decisions and future operating returns, and how bidders' sources of financing affect M&A gains.

Nam teaches Financial Accounting, Financial Reporting and Analysis in our Full-time MBA, Part-time MBA and Executive MBA programs.

"The Relationship Between Corporate Social Responsibility, Financial Misstatements and SEC Enforcement Actions", Accounting and Finance (forthcoming)

"The Information Content of Managerial Perception of Forward-looking Competition", working paper.

"Does Debt Financing Matter for M&A Gains?", working paper.

"Tax Avoidance, Financial Statement Readability, Firm Risk and Cost of Debt", working paper.