Assistant Professor

Economics Department

Santa Clara University

500 El Camino Real

Santa Clara, CA 95053

tlnguyen@scu.edu

Phone: 408-554-4158

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Research

Published and Forthcoming Papers

Business cycles in small open economies: Evidence from panel data between 1900 and 2013

(with Wataru Miyamoto), International Economic Review, Vol. 58, Issue 3, August 2017, Pages 1007-1044. [Published version]

Understanding the Cross Country effects of U.S. Technology Shocks

(with Wataru Miyamoto), Journal of International Economics, Vol. 106, May 2017, Pages 143-164. [Published version]

Government Spending Multipliers under the Zero Lower Bound: Evidence from Japan

(with Wataru Miyamoto and Dmitriy Sergeyev), American Economic Journal: Macroeconomics, Vol. 10(3), July 2018, Pages 1-32. [Older version with a model] (April 2017)

The Effects of Tax Changes at the Zero Lower Bound: Evidence from Japan

(with Akihisa Kato, Wataru Miyamoto, and Dmitriy Sergeyev), AEA Papers & Proceedings, Vol. 108, May 2018, Pages 513-18. [Published version]

Working Papers

The Effects of Government Spending on Real Exchange Rates: Evidence from Military Spending Panel Data

(with Wataru Miyamoto and Viacheslav Sheremirov), (updated June 2017)

Revise & Resubmit at Journal of International Economics

The Expectational Effects of News in Business Cycles: Evidence from Forecast Data

(with Wataru Miyamoto), (updated October 2017) (This paper subsumes "News Shocks and Business Cycles")

Work-in-Progress

International Linkages and the Changing Nature of International Business Cycles (coming soon!)

(with Wataru Miyamoto)

Teaching

At Santa Clara University

Principles of Macroeconomics, Advanced Macroeconomics: Theory and Empirics

At Columbia University

Teaching Assistant

Intermediate Macroeconomics, Professor Steinsson

Introduction to Econometric, Professor Arkonac

Perspectives in Economics, Professors Stiglitz and Sachs and Chilchilnisky

Intermediate Macroeconomics, Professor Sala-i-Martin

EMBA Globalization and the changing landscape, Professors Stiglitz and Greenwald

Mathematics for Economist (MA level), Professor Asali