Center for Vietnamese and Southeast Asian Studies, University of Social Sciences
Dr TRAN Dinh Lam, is currently the Director of the Center for Vietnamese and Southeast Asian Studies at the Vietnam National University of Social Sciences and Humanities. He obtained his PhD degree at Innsbruck University, Austria in 1998. His publications include The Economic, Cultural and Social Life of Bahnar People Sustainable Development (2011) which was awarded The Excellent Research Project by the President of Vietnam National University Ho Chi Minh City, Intellectual Property Rights in Developing Countries (2012), and Small and Medium-sized Enterprises: The Way to Success (2014). His research interests include economic development, ethnic minorities, culture and economy, copyright, sustainable development of environment and economy. His research projects have been funded by Japan Foundation, Erasmus Mundus, and Japan Society for the Promotion of Science. Dr. Lam Dinh Tran is also the Vice President of VAPEC, HCMC.