Trien T. Nguyen

Professor

Dr. Nguyen has a background in engineering, mathematics, and economics. His research interest includes computational economic modelling of international trade, environment, borders, and government policies on taxation, controls and regulations.

Graduate Supervision:

Students with interdisciplinary research interests in policy issues on aviation, airports, controls, pricing, and development and training are welcome. Some first-year introductory background in economics would be helpful but not absolutely necessary --- more important is a willingness to step into the new unknown frontier of aviation research.

Selected Publications:

  • Nguyen, T. T. (2009) “Environmental consequences of dioxin from the war in Vietnam: what has been done and what else could be done?” International Journal of Environmental Studies, 66(1), 9-26.
  • Nguyen, T. T. and R. M. Wigle (2009) “Welfare costs of border delays: numerical calculations from a Canadian regional trade model,” Canadian Journal of Regional Science, 32(2).
  • Nguyen, T. T. and R. M. Wigle. (2011). “Border delays re-emerging priority: within-country dimensions for Canada.” Canadian Public Policy, 37(1), March, 49-59.
 
Affiliation: 
University of Waterloo

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