Discussion on Case Teaching Method in a Risk Management Case Study with Econometric Model at Vietnam Listed Banks – Issues Of Economic Education for Students


  • Do Thu Huong ,Dinh Tran Ngoc Huy ,Nguyen Thi Hang ,Pham Thi Huyen Trang ,Duong Thi Ngu


economic, risk management, listed banks, case teaching method, students, universities, teachers training


It is the time we need innovation approaches in teaching methods at our universities and colleges. Over years, in business and management schools, case teaching is used quite widely and prove students with real context and increase their problem solving skills. Authors mainly use qualitative methods including synthesis and inductive and explanatory methods. For quantitative methods we use OLS regression with Eview, statistics, calculation formulas. The study results show us that to achieve learning goals better, students need to obtain skills of situation and context analysis as well as quantitative skills in case teaching at schools. For instance, In this paper we will introduce a case teaching method for students at schools, esp. for economic subjects for students through a risk management case study at Vietnam listed banks in period 2011-2020. And student can draw out conclusions that: as R and Rf has positive effects on both beta ACB and beta SHB and VNIndex has positive effect on both beta: we would suggest policies to reduce R and Rf to reduce risk. Finally, this paper also address issues of training capabilities and skills for teachers.