My primary research interests are natural language processing (NLP), applied microeconometrics, the economics of gender & discrimination, and experimental economics.
My research combines tools from text & acoustic data mining and high-dimensional econometric techniques to understand gender differences in debate tournament speeches and negotiation exchanges, as well as how group deliberation impacts individual normative preferences. During Fall 2019, I visited Columbia Business School to work with Professor Malia Mason of the Management Division.
I am doing a small job search in this 21/22 academic job market, and am available for interviews at the EEA and ASSA meetings.
05.08.2021 I am incredibly excited that my Job Market Paper “The (great) Persuasion Divide? Gender Disparities in Debate Speeches and Evaluations” will be presented as part of the session “Analyzing Bias with Text, Images, And Sound” at the American Economic Association ASSA Meeting on Saturday 08.01.2022.
Have we met before?
DFG Research Conference Pandemic (Poster)
INTERSPEECH 2021 (Brno)
Let’s get in touch!
Universität Hamburg, WiWi Bunker, WiSo Fakultät
Von-Melle-Park 5, Office: 2068, 20146, Hamburg, Germany
Phone: +31 682 243 505
E-mail: h.nguyen [at] ese.eur.nl/ huyen.nguyen-1[at]uni-hamburg.de