Tam V. A. Le

SBM An Tam Le
School: School of Business & Management 
Department: Economics, Finance, Accounting and Law.
Position: Lecturer
Location: RMIT Saigon South
Email: tam.levian@rmit.edu.vn
Phone: +84 0907 702 730

Tam V.A. Le has experience in teaching and coordinating microeconomics courses. Her research interest is in the area of firm behavior toward food quality and safety. 

  • 2015 - now: PhD Candidate (Business), Graduate School of Business and Law, RMIT University, Australia. 
  • 2008 - 2010: MSc (Business Economics), University of Queensland, Australia.

Microeconomics: Prices and Markets, Price Theory, International Trade.

Business Statistics.

  • Firm behavior toward food quality and safety.
  • Innovations in agricultural businesses.
  • Sustainable food commercialization.
  • Development economics. 
  • Baulch, B. and Le, T.V.A., 2015. The progressivity and regressivity of aid to the social sectors. Journal of International Development, 27(8), pp.1366-1386. 
  • Nguyen, T.V.H., Le, T.V.A. and Maheshwari, G., 2018. Excess Liquidity and Bank Managers’ Remuneration: The Role of Monetary Policy. Theoretical Economics Letters, 8(12), p.2673.

Connecting RMIT students with industry partners: organizing the guest lectures of the Prices and Markets course.

  • Oct 2011 – present: Lecturer in Economics (full-time), Department of Economics, Finance, Accounting and Law, School of Business and Management, RMIT University Vietnam.
  • 2010 - 2011: Associate Research Manager (full-time), FTA – Market Research Agency, Vietnam.
  • March – May 2011: Research Designer and Analyst (part-time), Survey of Sanitary Services Market in An Giang Province, Sanitation Marketing Project – UNICEF.
  • Dec 2010 – Jan 2011: Field Research Supervisor (full-time), Sanitary Water and "Handwashing" Project of World Bank, Vietnam. Mekong Economics Consultancy, Ltd.Co.
  • 2003 – 2008: Lecturer (full-time), Department of Business Administration, An Giang University – Vietnam.
  • 2004 – 2006: Research Assistantships (part-time) of NGOs’ research surveys in Vietnam, CARE’s mushroom business survey, IRRI’s rice value chain, GTZ’s basa fish value chain.
  • 2002 – 2003: Sales Manager of Mekong Delta District (full-time), Coca-cola Beverages Co. Ltd, Vietnam.