Hien Vu holds a Master in Development Economics and International Project Management at the University of Paris-East Creteil.
From 2015 to 2017, Hien worked at the World Bank as the Team Assistant for the Transport program in Vietnam. She effectively contributed to the management of various development projects, from identification through evaluation phase. In 2018, Hien joined the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) as the trainee at the Development Centre. In this position, her main responsibility was to assist the Gender and Development Program, which encompasses researches, policy dialogues and knowledge exchange activities on gender equality topics.
At CEPS, Hien is a Research Assistant in the Global Governance, Regulation, Innovation and the Digital Economy Unit (GRID). More specifically, she is engaged in a wide range of studies on regulatory policy, including inter alia better regulation, analysis of public policies, research and innovation policy, industrial policy and SME policy. Her work puts a strong focus on cost-benefit analysis and evaluation of EU policies.