Dr Thu Phuong Pham

Dr Thu Phuong Pham
 Position Senior Lecturer
 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
  • Qualifications

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

  • Awards & Achievements

    Selected Awards:


    -    University of Adelaide, Women's Research Excellence Award 2019.

    -    Semi-finalist for the Best Paper Awards, 2019 FMA Annual Meeting (New Orleans)

    -    Elsevier Outstanding Reviewer Award, 2017, Emerging Markets Review 

    -    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)


  • Teaching Interests

    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, Singapore, and Vietnam. 

  • Research Interests

    Market Microstructure, Environmental Finance, Banking, Corporate Finance, and Applied Economics.

  • Research Funding

    Selected 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)


    Selected Internal grants:


    -          University of Adelaide Business School: Small Research Grant 2016


    -      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

  • Publications

    Peer-reviewed Academic Articles


    1.    “The curious case of changes in trading dynamics when firms switch from NYSE to Nasdaq” (with V.A. Dang and D. Michayluk); Journal of Financial Markets (2018), 41, 17-35.

    2.    “Female Leadership and Borrowing Constraints: Evidence from an Emerging Economy” (with A.T. Bui, C.V. Nguyen, and T.D. Phung); International Review of Financial Analysis (2019), in press.

    3.    Impact of foreign investment on household welfare: Evidence from Vietnam” (with A.T. Bui and C. V. Nguyen), Journal of Asian Economics (2019), in press.

    4.      “The effect of tuition fee reduction and education subsidy on school enrollment: Evidence from Vietnam ” (with A.T Bui, C.V Nguyen, D.K Nguyen, and T.H.H Nguyen), Children and Youth Services Review (2019), in press.

    5.  “Does idiosyncratic risk matter? Evidence from mergers and acquisitions”, (with P. Nguyen, and Y. Ben Zaied), Journal of Risk Finance (2019), in press.

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

    7.      “Poverty among ethnic minorities: transition process, inequality, and economic growth” (with A.T. Bui and C.V. Nguyen), Applied Economics, (2017) 49, 3114-3128.

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

    9.    “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.

    10. 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.

    11. “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.

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


  • Community Engagement

    Journal of Banking & Finance

    Emerging Markets Review - Elsevier Outstanding Reviewer Award 2017

    Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions and Money

    World Development

    International Migration

    International Review of Economics and Finance

    Journal of Asian and African Studies

    Research in International Business and Finance

    Children and Youth Services Review

    Economic Modelling

    Finance Research Letters

    International Journal of Managerial Finance

    Journal of International Migration and Integration

    Journal of the Asia Pacific Economy

    Progress in Development Studies

    European Journal of Development Research


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