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Hoang Long Chu

Senior Lecturer, Crawford School of Public Policy


PhD in Economics (ANU) Master of International and Development Economics (ANU) Bachelor of Economics, Foreign Trade University (Hanoi)

Contact details

Phone: +61 2 6125 6557

Room: Crawford 3.41

Research interests

Hoang Long Chu is interested in developing applied models to support policy-making & policy evaluation processes in the following areas:

  • Biosecurity and disease controls: quarantine, surveillance & vaccination
  • Extraction strategy and infrastructure development of water & fishery resources
  • Structural reforms in developing countries
  • Green agriculture, low-carbon economy & environmental issues.

Current research

  • Payment for Environmental Services in Vietnam
  • Fishery management in Africa & Middle East
  • Optimal allocation of biosecurity budget in Australia
  • Models for scarcity pricing of water resources in Australia


Semester courses

  • Applied Economic Dynamics (IDEC8020): Masters/PhD
  • Masters Microeconomics (IDEC8064): Masters/PhD
  • Mathematical Methods in Applied Economics (IDEC8015): Masters
  • Microeconomic Analysis and Policy (IDEC8016): Masters

Intensive courses (selected)

  • Decision-making: Using Statistics (Department of Education, 2018)
  • Applied Models for Fishery Management (Australian Awards Africa Course, 2016-2017)
  • Introduction to CGE modeling for Policy Analysis (Restructure for a more competitive Vietnam project, 2015)
  • Applied Econometric Models (National Agriculture and Forestry Research Institute of Laos, 2015)
  • Econometrics for Policy Analysis (Institute of Policy and Strategy for Agriculture and Rural Development of Vietnam, 2015)
  • Quantitative Methods in Economics for Biosecurity Measures (Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development of Vietnam, 2011)
  • Introductory Academic Program Microeconomics and Macroeconomics: Masters and Graduate Diploma (ANU, 2006-2009).

Invited lectures (selected)

  • Data analysis in R
  • Applications of Neural Networks to Environmental Economics.
  • CGE Modeling for Policy Impact Evaluation.
  • Economics for Biosecurity Measures and Evaluation Methods.
  • Valuing Biosecurity: An Application of Choice Modelling.

PhD supervision

Awards (selected)

  • Outstanding Contribution to Community and Comprehensive Partnership between Australian and Vietnam 2014 (Embassy of Vietnam in Australia)
  • Notable Mention for Teaching Excellence Award 2014 (College of Asia and the Pacific, ANU)
  • National Eureka Prize for Water Research and Innovation 2011 (Press release, [PDF,78KB])
  • International Postgraduate Research Scholarship (IPRS) 2006-2009
  • Helen Hughes prize for the top rank in International and Development Economics 2004 (ANU)

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