Welcome to my personal webpage!

I am a Ph.D. Candidate in Economics at The University of York, where I work under the supervision of Prof Thomas Cornelissen and Prof Emma Tominey. My research interests are in applied microeconomics focusing on causal evaluation in labour, education, health and development economics. 

Research-in-Progress

Welfare Reform and Mental Health: Evidence from Universal Credit (Joint with Mike BrewerEmma Tominey).

The Cultural Origins of Educational Success.

Child Education and Parental Health: Evidence from Finland (Joint with Mika Haapanen, Tuomo Suhonen). 

The Multigenerational Impacts of Educational Expansion: Evidence from Vietnam (Joint with Thomas Cornelissen). 

Pre-doctoral Research

Retirement and Health Services Utilization in a Low-income Country. R&R at The Economics of Transition and Institutional Change.

Spillover Effects of Health Insurance for Children on Parents’ Healthcare Services Utilization. R&R at Empirical Economics

Intergenerational Earnings and Income Mobility in Vietnam. LABOUR: Review of Labour Economics and Industrial Relations 34(1): 113-136, 2020. [pdf]

Quasi-experimental Evidence on the Political Impacts of Education in Vietnam. Education Economics 27(2): 207-221, 2019. [pdf]

Do the More Educated Utilize More Health Care Services? Evidence from Vietnam Using a Regression Discontinuity Design. International Journal of Health Economics and Management 18(3): 277-299, 2018. [pdf]