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Canh Dang

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Contact details

Telephone: +44 (0)24 765 22800

Email: Canh dot Dang at warwick dot ac dot uk

Room: S1.140

Advice & feedback hours:

Friday 12:30 - 13:30 (dedicated for RAE students)

Thursday 11:00 - 12:00

Thursday 14:00 - 15:00

Or book me below

https://canhdang.youcanbook.me/

Or send me an email for meeting outside the office hours


Related links

Personal Webpage

https://sites.google.com/site/canhthiendang/ 

Moodle

https://moodle.warwick.ac.uk/

Tabula

https://tabula.warwick.ac.uk/profiles/

RAE Class


I joined the Department in September 2018. I use both theory and data to answer questions at the intersection of economics and public policies.

My current research focuses on the economics of nonprofit organisations, the effectiveness of aid, and the accuracy of financial data. I also am interested in research on Consumer Behaviours and Economic History.

Research Interests

  • Development Economics
  • Political Economy
  • Public Economics and Public Policies
  • Applied Econometrics

Journal Publications and Research Papers

For an updated academic CV and research papers, please visit https://sites.google.com/site/canhthiendang/


Teaching Duties

  • EC339 Applied Macroeconomics (Module Lecturer, Term 1)
  • PPH225 Interdisciplinary Topics (Module Lecturer, Term 2)
  • EC331 Research in Applied Economics (Project Supervisor)
  • Personal Development Module (Module co-Leader)

Supervising and Mentoring

I am keen to supervise and discuss with undergraduate and MSc students about potential topics for your final dissertations. I will be a good fit if your research interests are on:
  • The economics of charity and non-profit organisations (or the economics of altruism)
  • The economic effect of foreign aid on developing countries
  • Income shocks and consumption response
  • Public Economics and Political Economy
Drop me an email or come by my office during my office hours for a chat about your research interests before choosing your RAE topics.

For Year 1 students doing Economics Briefing Projects for PDM, please visit this link for guidance