Thu Phuong Pham

Dr Thu Phuong Pham

Senior Lecturer

Adelaide Business School

Faculty of the Professions

Eligible to supervise Masters and PhD - email supervisor to discuss availability.


Phuong is currently a Senior Lecturer in Finance at the University of Adelaide. Before joining the University of Adelaide in 2016, she held prior academic positions at the University of Sydney and the University of Tasmania. She is also an affiliated researcher at the IPAG Business School, France.

She received her Ph.D. degree in Finance from the University of Sydney. Before that, she obtained her MSc degree in Economics and Finance from the Toulouse School of Economics, France. Phuong has been the individual and joint, recipient of a large national research grant and several AFAANZ research grants as well as competitive university research grants.

Her main research interests include financial markets, market microstructure, corporate finance, asset pricing, and applied economics. Her research work has been awarded a Best Paper Award at the 2016 Auckland Finance Meeting; nominated for the Best Paper Awards in multiple international peer-reviewed conferences including the Financial Management Association Annual Meetings. Her work has been published in international peer-reviewed journals. Phuong has also done advisory work for governments.

Phuong is currently a Senior Lecturer in Finance at the University of Adelaide. Before joining the University of Adelaide in 2016, she held prior academic positions at the University of Sydney and the University of Tasmania.

She received her Ph.D. degree in Finance from the University of Sydney. Before that, she obtained her MSc degree in Economics and Finance from the Toulouse School of Economics, France. Phuong has been the individual and joint, recipient of a large national research grant and several AFAANZ research grants as well as competitive university research grants.

Her main research interests include financial markets, market microstructure, corporate finance, asset pricing, and applied economics. Her research work has been awarded a Best Paper Award at the 2016 Auckland Finance Meeting; nominated for the Best Paper Awards in multiple international peer-reviewed conferences including the Financial Management Association Annual Meetings. Her work has been published in international peer-reviewed journals. Phuong has also done advisory work for governments.

Selected Awards:

  • Best Paper Award Nomination, 2019 FMA Annual Meeting (New Orleans, US) – Forthcoming (October 2019)
  • Best Paper Award Nomination, Financial Markets & Corporate Governance Conference, Melbourne (2018)
  • Elsevier Outstanding Reviewer Award for the journal: Emerging Markets Review (2017)
  • SIRCA Best Paper Award, Auckland Finance Meeting, New Zealand (2016)
  • Semi-finalist for the Best Paper Award in Market Microstructure,Top ten session in the 2016 FMA Annual Meeting, Las Vegas, US (2016)
  • University of Tasmania Teaching Merit Certificates (2015)
  • Career Development Scholarships for the UTAS Academic Staff (2013)
  • Dean’s Citation for Tutoring thanks to Excellent Teaching, University of Sydney (2009, 2010)
  • University of Sydney International Research Scholarship for PhD study (2008 – 2011)
  • FMA Doctoral Student Consortium, New York (2010)
  • Royal Economic Society Scholarship, UK (2010)
  • Visiting Scholar, University of Sydney (01/2007–07/2007)

Phuong's teaching experience spans across a number of Economics and Finance areas for both undergraduate and Master levels including Financial Risk Management, Corporate Finance, and Banking in Sydney, Adelaide, Tasmania and Singapore. 

Current courses:

- CORPFIN 3504 - Treasury and Financial Risk Management III

- CORPFIN 7042 - Corporate Financial Risk Management

- CORPFIN 4102 - Advanced Finance (H)

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  • Current Higher Degree by Research Supervision (University of Adelaide)

    Date Role Research Topic Program Degree Type Student Load Student Name
    2019 Principal Supervisor The Effect of Aggressive Tax Avoidance on Corporate Bond Liquidity and Yield Spreads on Bond Returns Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mr Jiaxin Yang
    2018 Principal Supervisor The Impact of Sovereign Re-rating on Systemic Risk: An Analysis of The Sovereign Ceiling Policy Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mr Md Abdul Wasi
    2017 Principal Supervisor Informed Trading Around Corporate Bankruptcy Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mr Dinh Trung Nguyen
    2016 Co-Supervisor Stock Market Behaviour: Fractal Nature of Selected Stock Market in Africa Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mr Emmanuel Joel Aikins Abakah
  • Position: Senior Lecturer
  • Phone: 83134510
  • Email: thuphuong.pham@adelaide.edu.au
  • Fax: 8313 4368
  • Campus: North Terrace
  • Building: Nexus 10 Tower, floor 12
  • Room: 12 36
  • Org Unit: Accounting and Finance

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