Academic title
EfD Center

Thang, Dang Dinh

I am a labor economist working on applied microeconomic topics in labor, education, family and health. My studies draw on causal research designs to explore questions related to the origins and consequences of education and human capital investments, and the determinants of inequality and social mobility. I received my PhD in economics from the University of York and my master’s degree in economics from Victoria University of Wellington.

Research interest

Applied Microeconomics: Labour, Education, Health and Family Economics

Curriculum vitae

People | 26 April 2020