I am a final year PhD candidate in Economics at Erasmus University Rotterdam (EUR) and Tinbergen Institute (TI) with primary research interests in natural language processing (NLP), applied microeconometrics, game theory and experimental economics.
In my research, I combine tools from text mining and high-dimensional econometric techniques to understand gender differences in strategic interactions and systematic biases. During Fall 2019, I visited Columbia Business School as a Staff Officer of Research to work with Professor Malia Mason of Management Division.
VfE Annual Conference – Gender Economics (cyberspace)
Economics of Gender & the Workplace Workshop (Rotterdam)
Science of Diversity & Inclusion (Berkeley)
Spring Meeting of Young Economists (Bologna)
postponed to 2021
Econometric Society’s World Congress 2020 (cyberspace)
EALE SOLE AASLE World Conference 2020 (cyberspace)
25 – 27.06.2020
ESE Female Network Meeting (cyberspace)
RGS Doctoral Conference in Economics (Dortmund)
Gender Inclusion Panel Discussion, World Universities Debate Championship (Bangkok)
European Econometric Society Winter Meeting (Rotterdam)
CBS Behavioral Research Lab Working Group Seminar (New York)
Columbia Business School Visiting Scholar Seminar of Jerome Chazen Institute for Global Business (New York)
Zurich Text as Data Workshop (Zurich)
Let’s get in touch!
Erasmus School of Economics, Department of Economics
Woudestein Campus, Office: E1-29A, E-building, Burgemeester Oudlaan, 3062PA, Rotterdam, Netherlands
Phone: +31 682 243 505
E-mail: h.nguyen [at] ese.eur.nl