Ngoc Pham

Ngoc Pham

School of Architecture and Built Environment

Faculty of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences


Dr Ngoc (Anh) Pham is a researcher within the Housing and Healthy Cities Research Group at The University of Adelaide. Her current research is in understanding how social and economic public policy can be enhanced by evidence generated from the application of novel analytical strategies to diverse data.

Anh Pham is an ECR working in the Housing and Healthy Cities Research Group. Much of her recent work has focused on the distributional effect of unaffordable housing on mental health and the health impacts of housing related adversity in early life. She has expertise in econometric modelling using nationally representative household-based longitudinal surveys and large-scale administrative datasets. 

Anh completed her PhD in Economics and was awarded Dean’s Commendation for Doctoral Thesis Excellence in July 2016. Prior to joining the Healthy Cities Research Group, Anh worked as a visiting lecturer at the School of Economics at The University of Adelaide between 2016 and 2017.

 

Baryshnikova N. (UoA), Pham NTA. (UoA), Ueda M. (Waseda U), Noguchi H. (Waseda U) and Fu R. (Waseda U). 'Green Space in Japanese Cities'. Mawson Lakes Fellowship Program 2020.

Pham NTA. (UoA). SOAC Emerging Scholars Program 2019, The Australasian Cities Research Network (ACRN) and the Australasian Early Career Urban Research Network (AECURN).

Moskos M. (UoA), Isherwood L. (UoA), Baker E.(UoA),  Dockery M. (Curtin U) and Pham NTA. (UoA). `What works' to sustain Indigenous Tenancies in Australia, AHURI National Housing Research Program 2019.

Danie L. (UoA) and Pham NTA. (UoA) Early Career Researcher 2019, Faculty of the Professions, The University of Adelaide

Baker E. (UoA), Leishman C. (UoA), Lester L. (UoA), Bentley R. (UoM) and Pham NTA. (UoA). ‘Social Housing exit points, outcomes, and future pathways: An administrative data analysis’. AHURI National Housing Research Program 2018

Pham NTA. (UoA). Publication support 2016, Faculty of the Professions, The University of Adelaide

PhD courses

  • Econometrics IV (2012, 2013, 2014)
  • Econometrics V (2013)

Master courses

  • Macroeconomics (2016, 2017, 2019)
  • Econometrics (2012, 2013, 2014, 2015)
  • Public Economics (2011)
  • Quantitative Methods (2015)

Undergraduate courses

  • Econometrics (2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2018)
  • Public Economics (2011, 2013, 2014, 2015)
  • Macroeconomics (2011, 2016, 2017, 2018)

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