Thanh Chu

Thanh Chu

  • 01202 968705
  • tchu at bournemouth dot ac dot uk
  • Lecturer
  • EBC 4th floor
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Biography

Dr Thanh Tuan Chu is currently a Lecturer in Statistics and Econometrics. Prior that he was a PhD student in Economics at Bournemouth University and a part-time lecturer teaching Introduction to Economics unit for first-year undergraduate students and International Investment Management seminars for postgraduate students.

Before having received the Vice-Chancellor Scholarship for studying PhD in Bournemouth University, Thanh had more than 2 year experiences as a financial consultant in energy state-owned company in Vietnam.

Research

His principal research interest lies in Macroeconomics, especially in fiscal policy. He has been working on comparing and contrasting the different impact of government expenditure composition on economic growth between high-income and low and middle-income economies for hisPhD. The relationship of corruption to economic growth in terms of government expenditure is also explored.

His research areas are to build on the foundation of my PhD to further develop models to investigate the impact of Education government expenditure on economic growth in Southeast Asia countries. Besides, the structure of taxation can be added as new variables to research the impact of government revenue on economic growth.

Favourites

  • Bui, H.T.M., Kuan, A. and Chu, T.T., 2018. Female entrepreneurship in patriarchal society: motivation and challenges. Journal of Small Business and Entrepreneurship, 30 (4), 325-343.
  • Chu, T.T., Hölscher, J. and McCarthy, D., 2018. The impact of productive and non-productive government expenditure on economic growth: an empirical analysis in high-income versus low- to middle-income economies. Empirical Economics.

Journal Articles

  • Bui, H.T.M., Kuan, A. and Chu, T.T., 2018. Female entrepreneurship in patriarchal society: motivation and challenges. Journal of Small Business and Entrepreneurship, 30 (4), 325-343.
  • Chu, T.T., Hölscher, J. and McCarthy, D., 2018. The impact of productive and non-productive government expenditure on economic growth: an empirical analysis in high-income versus low- to middle-income economies. Empirical Economics.

Profile of Teaching PG

  • International Investment Management - Master students

Profile of Teaching UG

  • Basic Statistical Techniques - First-year students
  • Mathematics for Economists - Second-year students
  • Introduction to Economics - First-year students

Invited Lectures

  • Visiting Lecturer, New College of the Humanities, London, 08 Nov 2018 more

External Responsibilities

  • New College of the Humanities, London, Visiting Lecturer (2018-)
  • Palgrave Macmillan UK, Freelancer Economist for The Statesman's Yearbook (2015-)

Conference Presentations

  • 14th European Association for Comparative Economic Studies Conference (EACES), 08 Sep 2016, Regensburg
  • Management International Conference, 01 Jun 2016, Pula, Croatia
  • 8th Annual Postgraduate Conference, 09 Mar 2016, Bournemouth University
  • International Association for Tourism Economics, 14 Dec 2015, Bournemouth
  • Entrepreneurship and Access to Finance for SMEs, 15 Sep 2014, Bournemouth

Qualifications

  • PhD in Economics (Bournemouth University, 2018)
  • MSc in Accounting and Finance (University of Bath, 2010)
  • BSc (Hons) in Accounting (Academy of Finance, Vietnam, 2007)

Honours

  • Full Vice-Chancellor Scholarship for PhD course (Bournemouth University, 2014)
  • Entrepreneurship and Access to Finance for SMEs’ Conference (First Prize for Poster Presentation competition, 2015)

Memberships

  • European Association for Comparative Economic Studies, Member (2016-),
  • Institute of Directors, Bournemouth University, Member (2015-),
  • Royal Economic Society, Member (2014-),
  • The Higher Education Academy, Fellow (2018-),
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