I am currently a lecturer in Economics at the International University (IU), Vietnam National University – Ho Chi Minh City. Before joining the IU, I worked at the University of Danang and the Ho Chi Minh City Open University. I got my PhD degree in Economics from the University of Georgia (USA) in 2010. My fields of research include applied econometrics, applied microeconomics, and climate change-related economic issues. I have published several papers on peer-reviewed journals and book series.
Industrial Organization, Applied Econometrics, Applied Microeconomics
- Hamza Alkhatib, Ingo Neumann, Vladik Kreinovich, and Chon Van Le “Why LASSO, EN, and CLOT: Invariance-based Explanation” in Data Science for Financial Econometrics, 2020. Springer, Cham (forthcoming).
- Chon Van Le “Detection of Structural Changes without Using P values”, in Kreinovich, V. et al. (eds) Beyond Traditional Probabilistic Methods in Economics, 2019. Springer, Cham.
- Chon Van Le “Smoothing Spline as A Guide to Elaborate Explanatory Modeling”, in Kreinovich, V. et al. (eds) Predictive Econometrics and Big Data, 2018. Springer, Cham.
- Vu Thi Thuong, and Chon Van Le “What Firms Must Pay Bribes and How Much? An Empirical Study of Small and Medium Enterprises in Vietnam”, in V.N. Huynh et al. (eds) Integrated Uncertainty in Knowledge Modelling and Decision Making, 2016, pp. 689-700. Springer, Cham.
- Hoang Thanh Huong, Le Van Chon, Le Dang Trung; and Oostendorp Remco “Regional Labor Market Integration”, in Hansen, Henrik and Nguyen, Thang (eds) Market, Policy and Poverty Reduction in Vietnam, 2008, pp. 30-58. Hanoi, Vietnam: Vietnam Culture and Information Publishing House.
- Bui Trinh, Le Ha Thanh, Nguyen Manh Toan, and Le Van Chon “Analyzing the Relationship between Income Groups and Final Demand based on Extended Input-Output Framework”, Vietnam’s Socio-Economic Development, 2007, vol. 49: 66-77.