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Trading Partners in Economic Development?

In this event, we are very honored to have Professor Pham Hoang Van - as our speaker. 

Van Pham is a Professor of Economics at Baylor's Hankamer School of Business. His research applies tools from economic theory, game theory, and statistics to study diverse topics such as child labor and women workers in developing countries, health care in developing countries, poverty, immigration, regulation, sovereign debt, technology change, corruption, and the role of language in international trade and investment. Van's papers have been published in top economics journals including the American Economic Review, Journal of Development Economics, Journal of Economics and Management Strategy, World Economy; his research has been cited 2000 times. He has lectured to undergraduate and graduate students, academics, business executives, diplomats, and policy makers in the U.S., Australia, Canada, Korea, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam.

Van holds a Ph.D. in Economics from Cornell University and S.M and S.B. degrees in Mechanical Engineering from MIT. He spent the 2010-2011 academic year as a Fulbright Scholar at the University of Economics in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

The details of the seminar are as follows:

Title: Trading Partners in Economic Development?

Date: Monday, 29 March 2021

Time: 7am CST/8am EST/2pm Paris/7pm Hanoi/11pm Sydney

Platform: Zoom (a link to be provided later)

If you are interested in attending this seminar, please #register at

We will send you the Zoom information closer to the date.

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