Dr Thu Phuong Pham

Senior Lecturer
Dr Thu Phuong Pham
  Org Unit Accounting and Finance
  Email thuphuong.pham@adelaide.edu.au
  Telephone +61 8 8313 4510
  Location Floor/Room 12 36 ,  Nexus 10 Tower ,   North Terrace

PhD Finance (University of Sydney, Australia); MSc Economics and Finance (Toulouse School of Economics, France); B. Finance (Honours) (National Economics University, Vietnam)

Selected Awards:

-           SIRCA Best Paper Award, 2016 Auckland Finance Meeting, New Zealand

-           Semi-finalist for the Best Paper Award in Market Microstructure; Top ten session in the 2016 FMA Annual Meeting (Las Vegas)

-     University of Tasmania Teaching Merit Certificates (2015)

-            Career Development Scholarships for the UTAS Academic Staff (2013)

-            University of Sydney Dean’s Citation for Tutoring (2009, 2010)

-            University of Sydney International Research Scholarship for PhD study (2008 – 2011)

-            Royal Economic Society Scholarship, UK (2010)

-            Visiting Scholar, University of Sydney (2007)

-            Eiffel Excellence Scholarship, France (2002-2003)

-            NEU Vice-Chancellor’s Certificate of Merit (2000)

Phuong's teaching experience spans across a number of Economics and Finance areas for both undergraduate and Master levels including Financial Risk Management, Corporate Finance and Banking in Sydney, Adelaide, Tasmania and Singapore. 

Current courses:

- CORPFIN 3504 - Treasury and Financial Risk Management III

- CORPFIN 7042NA - Corporate Financial Risk Management

- CORPFIN 4102 - Advanced Finance (H)

Market Microstructure, Banking, Corporate Governance and Applied Economics

External grants:

-            AFAANZ research grant 2015-2016

-            AFAANZ research grant 2015-2016 (with Joakim Westerholm)

-            AFAANZ research grant 2014-2015 (with Jean-Charles Rochet and Quynh Anh Vo)

-            AFAANZ research grant 2014-2015 (with Mardi Dungey, David Michayluk, Alex Frino and Maria Kim).

-            AFAANZ research grant 2012-2013 (with Joakim Westerholm)

 

Internal grants:

-            University of Tasmania: Research Enhancement Grants Scheme (REGS) 2015

-            University of Tasmania: TSBE Matching Fund, 2014-2015

-            University of Tasmania: Grant-Conference Support Scheme, 2014

-            University of Tasmania Faculty Research Grant 2012

-            University of Tasmania Faculty Conference Travel Grant 2011, 2012, 2014

-            University of Sydney: Postgraduate Research Support Scheme 2008, 2009, 2010

Published Academic Articles

1. Poverty among ethnic minorities: transition process, inequality and economic growth (with A.T. Bui and C.V. Nguyen), Applied Economics, Forthcoming.

2. Latency reduction and market quality:  The case of the Australian Stock Exchange” (with H. Murray and H. Singh), International Review of Financial Analysis, Volume 46, July 2016, Pages 257 - 265.

3. The impact of natural disasters on household income, expenditure, poverty and inequality: evidence from Vietnam(with A.T. Bui, M. Dungey and C.V. Nguyen), Applied Economics, (2014) 46:15, 1751-1766.

4.   “An international trend in market design: Endogenous effects of limit order book transparency on volatility, spreads, depth and volume” (with J. Westerholm), Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions & Money, (2013), 27, 202-223

5.            "Broker ID Transparency and Price Impact of Trades: Evidence from the Korean Exchange", International Journal of Managerial Finance (2015), Vol. 1, Iss 1 pp. 117 - 131.

6.   "A survey of research into securities market transparency” (with J. Westerholm), Australasian Accounting Business and Finance Journal (2015), Vol.9:1 Forthcoming

7.   “The time to shut down, (with A.T. Bui), Economics Bulletin, (2007), Vol. 7, No. 14 pp. 1-14.

 

Working Papers

·          'The curious case of changes in trading dynamics when firms switch from NYSE to Nasdaq' (with D. Michayluk).

·        'Intra-Day Revelation of Counterparty Identity in the World's Best-Lit Market' (with Peter L. Swan and P. Joakim Westerholm).

·       'The Full Story: Hidden Broker IDs at the Australian Securities Exchange' (with P.L. Swan, P. J. Westerholm).

·       'The Information Content of Bank Loan Announcements on Borrower Stock Returns and Liquidity' (with H.D. Duong and H. Singh).

·         'The impact of pre- and post- trade transparency on broker identities on market efficiency'  (with D. Michayluk, V. Patel and J. Westerholm)

·      'The impact of post-IPO changes in corporate governance mechanisms on firm performance: Evidence from young Australian firms' (with B. Chowdhury and M. Dungey).

·        'Does idiosyncratic risk matter? Evidence from mergers and acquisitions' (with P. Nguyen)

·      'Gender Equality in Education, Health Care, and Employment: Evidence from Vietnam' (with A.T. Bui and C.V. Nguyen).

·      'Son Preference and fertility behaviors evidence from Vietnam' (with A.T. Bui, C.V. Nguyen and T.H. To).

·               'Education and Health of Children living in Blended families in Vietnam' (with A.T. Bui, T.T.T. Le and C.V. Nguyen).

Journal Reviewer:

Journal of Banking and Finance; Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions and Money; Emerging Markets Review; Journal of the Asia Pacific Economy; International Journal of Managerial Finance; Journal of Asian and African Studies

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