I'm an economist and an assistant professor at the University of North Carolina. My research lies broadly in international macroeconomics, with particular focus on debt, asset bubbles, and capital flows. I am also interested in the macroeconomic impacts of climate change.
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 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... :)