Canh Thien Dang is a Lecturer in Economics at King's Business School. Canh uses both theory and data to answer questions at the intersection of economics and public policies. His research interests include:
- Development Economics
- Public Economics
- Applied Econometrics
Canh's current research focuses on the economics of nonprofit organisations, the measurement and transparency of financial and economic data, public good provision (housing, security, preferential tax treatment, and public procurement), and innovation.
Before joining King’s, Canh taught and conducted research at the Department of Economics at the London School of Economics as an LSE Fellow in Economics, and the Department of Economics at the University of Warwick as a Postdoctoral Fellow. He completed his PhD in Economics at the University of Nottingham in 2018. Outside King’s, He continues to serve an Academic Supervisor at the Institute of Finance and Technology, University College of London, and a Chief Examiner in Econometrics for the University of London International Programme administered by the LSE. Canh hold an HEA Fellowship since 2019.
For an up-to-date list of his research papers, publications, academic activities (external presentations, media features, editorship and referee services), teaching and professional experiences, please visit his personal website.
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