Pham Thi Bich Ngoc is a senior lecturer with fifteen year experience in educating in higher education from bachelor to doctoral degrees in HoChiMinh city. She provides lectures in areas of international trade and research methodology. Dr. Ngoc got the PhD. degree at the Universtity of Kiel, Germany and has developed her expertise with advanced training courses by the Institute for the World Economy, the German Exchange Program, and United Nation ArtNet. She has published 13 papers in peer reviewed national and international journals, and worked as PIs, and Co-I of some research projects which are funded by Hinrich Foundation, the Vietnamese Ministry of Education and Training, and the Nafosted.
Microeconomics, International Economics, International Trade
- Backward Linkages from Foreign Direct Investment: The Role of Investors’ Origins, presented at the ARTNet/United Nations Workshop “Trade and Investment for Tomorrow: Promoting Asia-Pacific Regional Integration” (Macau, China, 10-12 December 2013)
- The Levinsohn and Petrin Method in Production Function Analysis: A Solution for Input Endogeneity, Proceedings in the International Conference on Statistics and its Interactions with Other Disciplines (SIOD 2013 Ho Chi Minh City – Organizers: Moncton University, Canada/ Ton Duc Thang University/ HCMC University of Science/University of Economics and Law/Can Tho University)
- Trade Liberalization and Labor Market Adjustments in Vietnamese Manufacturing (with Pham Dinh Long and Holger Görg), presented at the Vietnam Economist Annual Meeting (Hue, Vietnam, 18-19 June 2013).
- Foreign Direct Investment Spillover and the Absorptive Capacity through Managerial Skill and Ownership, Proceedings in the International Conference on Business, Economics and Information Technology (ICBEIT 2012 Ho Chi Minh City – Organizers: University of Guam & Penn State Altoona, USA/ Nagoya University, Japan, and University of Economics in HCMC, Vietnam).
- Foreign Direct Investment and Productivity Spillover: Evidence from Vietnamese Manufacturing, presented at the 14th International Student Conference in Economics (Ege University, Izmir, Turkey, 11-13/05/2011)