Xin chào! I'm an assistant professor in economics at the University of North Carolina.
My research lies broadly in macroeconomics and international macroeconomics, with particular focus on debt and asset bubbles. I am also interested in economic growth, climate change and political economy.
I teach the first year sequence of macroeconomics for PhD students, as well as undergraduate economic development & international economics.
Besides sciences, I also dabble in painting and drawing and a bit of social entrepreneurship.
I can be best reached at toanvphan @ gmail.com
My guiding mission (in science and in life) is to contribute to the collective effort of building a beautiful world, where poverty, environmental destruction and wars are only found in history museums. (You may say I'm a dreamer, but I'm not the only one... :)