Doan Thi Thanh Ha

Doan Thi Thanh Ha

POSITION


Economist

PROFILE


Dr.Doan's research interests include international trade, economic growth and income distribution. Previously, she was a Research Associate at the Asian Development Bank Institute in Tokyo. Prior to ADBI, she was an academic staff at Foreign Trade University in Hanoi. She obtained her Ph.D in Economics from Yokohama National University.

 

 

EXPERTISE


  • Empirical Trade
  • Economic Growth
  • Income Distribution

EDUCATION


2015

Ph.D. in Economics
Yokohama National University, Yokohama, Japan

2012

M.A. in Economic Development
Ritsumeikan University, Shiga, Japan

2007

B.A. in International Economics (with Distinction)
Foreign Trade University, Hanoi, Vietnam

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE


2017

Economist
Economic Research Institute for Asean and East Asia, Jakarta, Indonesia

2017

Research Collaborator, OECD DynEmp and MultiProd projects
Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD)

2015-2017

Research Associate
Asian Development Bank Institute, Tokyo, Japan

2009-2010

Assistant Lecturer
Foreign Trade University, Faculty of International Business and Economics, Hanoi, Vietnam

2008

Teaching Assistant
Foreign Trade University, Faculty of International Business and Economics, Hanoi, Vietnam

2007

Business Development Officer
Communication and Television Development JSC., Hanoi, Vietnam

RECENT PUBLICATIONS


Journal article

2016

Doan Thi Thanh Ha, Kozo Kiyota and Yamanouchi Kenta, “Misallocation and Productivity: The Case of Vietnamese Manufacturing,” Asian Development Review, 33(2): 94-118.

2014

Ha, Doan Thi Thanh and Kozo Kiyota, “Firm-level Evidence on Productivity Differentials and Turnover in Vietnamese Manufacturing,” Japanese Economic Review, 65(2): 193-217.

Working paper

2017

Doan, Ha Thi Thanh and Guanghua Wan (2017), “Globalization and the Labor Share in National Income,” Asian Development Bank Institute Working Paper No. 639.

2015

Ha, Doan Thi Thanh and Kozo Kiyota (2015), “Misallocation, Productivity and Trade Liberalization: The Case of Vietnamese Manufacturing,” Keio-IES Discussion Paper Series 2015-007, Keio University.

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