Staff profile - Cong Pham
Dr Cong Pham
|Faculty or Division:||Faculty of Business & Law|
|Department:||Department of Economics|
|Campus:||Melbourne Burwood Campus|
|Phone:||+61 3 92446611 +61 3 92446611|
July 2005: Ph.D. in Economics, Maxwell School of Citizenship and
Public Affairs, Syracuse University, New York, United States.
July 1997: M.A. in International Relations, Laval University, Quebec,
August 1989: B.A. in International Relations, Institute for International Relations, Hanoi, Vietnam
Ph.D. Thesis Three Essays on the Mobility and Determinants of Trade Patterns
Thesis Co-Advisors: Mary E. Lovely and Devashish Mitra
March 2005-March 2008: Consultant, Development Research Group, the World Bank, Washington D.C. (Working and providing assistance in various research projects such as “Impact of Trade Facilitations on Trade”, “International remittances”, “Trade, Regulations and Growth”…etc)
April 2008 - now: Lecturer in Economics, School of Accounting, Economics and Finance, Deakin University, Victoria, Australia.
- GCHE Exempt, Deakin University, 2008
- Doctor of Philosophy (Economics), Syracuse University, 2005
From 2005 to 2008 I was working as a Consultant in the Economic Research Department - Trade Group of the World Bank, Washington D.C.
From 2008 - now I am a Lecturer in Economics at the School of Accounting, Economics and Finance, Deakin University.
I have been working as referee for a number of journals in Economics such as The Journal of Economic Geography, The American Journal of Agricultural Economics, The Journal of International Economics, The European Economic Review, The Canadian Journal of Economics, The Economic Record, The Economics Letters, The Australian Economic Papers, The Journal of International Trade and Economic Development, The International Review of Economics and Finance, The Journal of Asia Pacific Economy and the World Economy.
I was also involved in 2008 Econometric Society Australian Meeting as a member of the Conference Organizing Committee and the Academic Program Committee.
From 2013 to July 2014 I was assuming the role of the co-organizer of the Macro Seminar Series.
My teaching interests are international trade, introductory econometrics and advanced econometrics.
Subjects and units currently teaching
At Deakin University, I have been teaching MAE 303 International trade to third-year students, MAE 406 Business and Financial Econometrics and MAE 901 Advanced Econometrics to Honour and Ph.D. students.
I am an applied econometrician and have research interests in international trade, economic development, Asian economies such as China, India and Vietnam.
My software skills include STATA, GAUSS, Excel, Word, Power Point among others.
My language skills are English, French and Vietnamese (native).
1. U.S. Farm Subsidies and their Impact on the export flows of U.S. states: An Empirical Investigation. (with Lan-Anh TONG and Mehmet ULUBASOGLU).
June 2009, Lloyd's List Australia - The Daily Commercial News, "Australian Exports : Stuck in a Slow Lane".
August 2010, Lloyd's List Australia - The Dalily Commercial News, "Reefer Cargoes May Rise Owing to WTO Ruling".
Awards and prizes
2008: Excellence Research Award by the School of Accounting, Econmics and Finance, Deakin University, to the Best Research Article (Staff Level A-C).
2009: Excellence Research Award by the School of Accounting, Economics and Finance, Deakin University, to the Best Research Article (Staff Level A-C).
I am currently working on the following research projects:
1. Is China a Threat to Other Exporters? An Empirical Investigation of Trade in Electronics (with Mary E. Lovely, Syracuse University).
2. Arms Trade: An Empirical Investigation of Its Determinants.
3. Estimating the Gravity Equation when Zero Trade Flows are Frequent (with Will Martin, The World Bank).
My research interests include empirical international trade, applied econometrics, economic development. I also have interests in Asian economies such as China, India and Vietnam.
A. Journal Publications
1. Pham Cong S. (2008). "Product Specialization in International Trade: A Further Empirical Investigation". Journal of International Economics, 75(1): 214-218.
2. Djankov, Simeon, Caroline Freund and Cong S. Pham (2010). "Trading on Time", Review of Economics and Statistics, 92 (1): 166-173.
3. Pham, Cong S., Mary E. Lovely and Devashish Mitra. (2014). "The Home-Market Effect and Trade Patterns: A Reexamination of the Evidence". International Review of Economics and Finance, 30: 120-137.
4. Hoang, X.Trung, Cong S. Pham and Mehmet Ulubasoglu. (2014). "Nonfarm Activity, Household Expenditures and Poverty Reductions in Rural Vietnam 2002-2008.". The World Development, 64: 554-568.
5. Hoang, X. Trung., Cong S. Pham and Mehmet Ulubasoglu. (2015). "The Role of Rice in Poverty Dynamics in Rural Vietnam: 2002-2008." Forthcoming, The Journal of Asia Pacific Economy.
B. Edited Volumes & Book Chapters
1. Martin, Will., Anderson Kym and Cong S. Pham. (2011). "Effects of GATT/WTO on Asia's Trade". International Institutions and Asian Development, Eds by Shiro Amstrong and Thanh T. Vo, pg:50-73.
C. Papers Under Review
1. Pham, Cong S. and Mehmet Ulubasoglu. "The Role of Endowments, Technology and Size in International Trade: New Evidence from Product-Level Data". Invited for a Revise and Resubmit by the Journal of International Trade and Economic Development.
2. Pham, Cong S., Xuan Nguyen, Pasquale Srgo and Xueli Tang. "Has China Displaced Its Competitors in High-Tech Trade?". Under review at the World Economy.
3. Hoang, X.Trung., Cong S. Pham and Mehmet ULUBASOGLU. "Growth, Inequality and Poverty in Vietnam: How Did the Reforms Help the Poor? 2002-2008".Under review at the World Development.
D. Working Papers
1. Martin, Will and Cong S. Pham. (2015). "Estimating the Gravity Equation When Zero Trade Flows Are Frequent and Economically Determined". World Bank Policy Research Working Paper WPS7308.
2. Lovely Mary E. and Cong S. Pham. "Is China a Threat to Other Exporters? An Empirical Investigation in Electronics". Mimeo.