Dr Jeremy Nguyen
- Faculty of Business and Law
- Swinburne Business School
- Centre for Transformative Innovation
- Department of Accounting, Economics and Finance
- BA1026 Hawthorn campus
Dr Jeremy Nguyen is a Senior Lecturer at the Swinburne Business School. He holds a PhD in Economics from the Australian National University. Prior to the current position at Swinburne, he was an Economist with the Reserve Bank of Australia, held teaching positions at the ANU and Griffith University, and was a Visiting Fellow at the Brookings Institution, Washington, D.C.
His research interests include applied econometrics and quantitative methods, macro-economics, renewable energy and CO2 emissions, the economics of happiness and life satisfaction, income inequality, population ageing, and innovations in the teaching of economics and business.
Jeremy received the 2018 Australian Awards for University Teaching (AAUT) Citation for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning, the 2016 Faculty of Business and Law Teaching Excellence Award, and the 2015 Best Publication, Early Career Researcher, Award.
Valadkhani, A., Smyth, R. and Nguyen, J. (2019). Effects of primary energy consumption on CO2 emissions under optimal thresholds: Evidence from sixty countries over the last half century, Energy Economics, [Accepted on 19 February 2019, SRA=Q1, ABDC=A*]
Valadkhani , A., Nguyen, J. and Smyth, R. (2018), Consumer electricity and gas prices across Australian capital cities: structural breaks, effects of policy reforms and interstate differences, Energy Economics, accepted 24 April 2018.
Gholipour, Hassan F. ; Tajaddini, Reza ; Nguyen, Jeremy (2016). Happiness and inbound tourism, Annals of Tourism Research, Vol. 57 (Mar 2016), pp. 251-253
Valadkhani, A, Nguyen, J and Bowden, M. (2019), Pathways to reduce CO2 emissions as countries proceed through stages of economic development, Energy Policy, (accepted on 8 February 2019), SRA=Quintile 1.
Valadkhani, A.; Nguyen, J.; Hajargasht, G.; (2019). Incorporating daily market uncertainty data into a conventional short-run dynamic model: The case of the black-market exchange rate in Iran, Applied Economics (accepted on 11 April 2019).
Minh Son Le, Jen-Je Su & Jeremy Nguyen (2019): Trade liberalisation, poverty, and inequality in Vietnam: a quantile regression approach, Applied Economics, DOI: 10.1080/00036846.2019.1588943 (in press).
Nguyen, Jeremy ; Valadkhani, Abbas ; Smyth, Russell (2018). Mortgage product diversity: responding to consumer demand or protecting lender profit? An asymmetric panel analysis, Applied Economics, Vol. 50, no. 43 (2018), pp. 4694-4704.
Bailey, Neil W. ; Nguyen, Jeremy ; Bialylew, Elise ; Corin, Steve E. ; Gilbertson, Tamsyn ; Chambers, Richard ; Fitzgerald, Paul B. (2018) Effect on well-being from an online mindfulness intervention: 'Mindful in May', Mindfulness.
Su, Jen-Je ; Nguyen, Jeremy ; 2013. Alternative unit root testing strategies using the Fourier approximation, Economics Letters, Vol. 121, no. 1 (Oct 2013), pp. 8-11.
PhD candidate and honours supervision
Higher degrees by research
Accredited to supervise Masters & Doctoral students as Principal Supervisor.
Fields of Research
- Applied Economics - 140200
Quantitative Research Methodology (PhD Coursework);Econometrics;Economics;Data Analysis
- 2018, National, Citation for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning, Australian Awards for University Teaching (AAUT)
- 2016, Swinburne, Teaching Excellence Award, Faculty of Business and Law, Swinburne University of Technology
- 2015, Swinburne, Best Publication, Early Career Researcher, Swinburne University of Technology
Also published as: Nguyen, Jeremy; Nguyen, J.; Nguyen, Jeremy K.
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Recent research grants awarded
- 2017: Strengthening capacity for policy analysis to support socio-economic development (Vietnam) *; DFAT Australia Awards Fellowships
* Chief Investigator