Phạm Hữu Tài
- 2010 – 2017: Doctor of Philosophy of Mathematics and Statistics at University of Canberra.
- 2009 – 2010: Masters of International Economic Law at University of Canberra.
- 2007 – 2009: Masters of Marketing Communication at University of Canberra.
Australia and New Zealand: Potential Impact on ASEAN Growth
Pham, H. Tai - Scott H. Murray (2017) | Submitted to Socio-Economic Development.
TitleConstructing Extended Input-Output Tables for Estimating the Economic Effects of a Free Trade Agreement: Methodology and Case Study
Pham, H. Tai - Scott H. Murray (2017) | submitted to Socio-Economic Development.
Local Economic Development Theories
Pham, H. Tai (2002) | Economic Development Review vol 139
Applying Input-Output Model in Building Company Strategy Plan
Pham, H. Tai (2000) | Economic Development Review vol 114,
Methodology for Assessing the Impact of Shifting Capital and Labor between Sectors of the Economy
Pham, H. Tai (1999) | Economic Development Review, vol 115
RELEVANT CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS
The Role of Australia in Contributing to the Economic Growth of ASEAN
National University of Singapore (2011)
The Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement: an Opportunity for Vietnam to Reduce the Dependence of China Economy
Institut de Mathématiques de Toulouse, France (2013)
Estimating the Economic Effects of the Potential Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement on Vietnam Economy
Purdue University, Australia. (2014)
Preferential Trade Agreements: the Impacts on the Vietnamese Economy
Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin (HUB), Germany (2015)
Value Chains and Vietnam’s Policies of Export Promotion and Import Substitution
Academy of Arts, Prague, Czech (2016)
Ex-Post Assessment of Five Existing Free Trade Agreement of Viet Nam
Viet Nam Economists Annual Meeting (VEAM), Viet Nam. (2016)