Hoang Long Chu is interested in developing applied models to support policy making and policy evaluation processes in the following areas:
- Biosecurity and disease controls: quarantine, surveillance and vaccination
- Extraction strategy and infrastructure development of water and fishery resources
- Structural reforms in developing countries
- Green agriculture, low-carbon economy and environmental issues.
- Neural network approach to determining MEY for short-lived species
- Rice land planning in Vietnam
- Optimal surveillance for sleeper weeds
- Optimal allocation of biosecurity budget
- Farmers’ perception and adaptation to climate change in Vietnam.
Semester courses taught
- Applied Economic Dynamics (IDEC8020): Masters/PhD
- Masters Microeconomics (IDEC8064): Masters/PhD
- Mathematical Methods in Applied Economics (IDEC8015): Graduate Diploma/Masters
Intensive courses taught
- Introduction to CGE modelling 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).
- Economics for Biosecurity Measures and Evaluation Methods.
- Valuing Biosecurity: An Application of Choice Modelling.
- Chair: Minh Thuy Do, Lien Huong Do, Hang Hoang
- Panel member: Paul Wyrwoll, Nilar Aung
- Graduates: Khoi Dang
- 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)