Phuong Ho

Postdoctoral Researcher

 

E-mail: Phuong.Ho@snf.no
Phone: +47 55 95 95 44
Academic title: PhD
CV: https://phuongmho.github.io/CV_PhuongHo.pdf
Personal webpage: http://phuongmho.github.io
 

 

 

 

Phuong Ho joined SNF in 2019. She received her PhD in Economics from the University of Arizona in 2019. Her current research focuses on how firms and consumers make decisions that affect the environment and interact with environmental and resource policies. For example, in the municipal solid waste industry, how do waste haulers respond to waste flow controls? What are the costs of NIMBY regulations and their distributional effects? In fisheries, how do fishermen behave given private property rights? Do individual transferable quotas resolve the tragedy of the commons?

Research interests:

  • Environmental and energy economics
  • Industrial organization
  • Applied econometrics
  • Resource economics, fisheries economics

Publication:

Auctioning the Digital Dividend: A Model for Spectrum Auctions, with Toby Daglish and Yigit Saglam. International Journal of Industrial Organization, 53: 63-98, July 2017.  Link: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijindorg.2017.04.004

Reports:

Is the 'digital dividend' spectrum overpriced, with Toby Daglish and Yigit Saglam. Competition and Regulation Times, 41: 12, 2013. New Zealand Institute for the Study of Competition and Regulation. Link: https://ideas.repec.org/p/vuw/vuwcrt/379905.html

Divvying up the 'digital dividend', with Toby Daglish and Yigit Saglam. Competition and Regulation Times, 38: 1-2, 2012. New Zealand Institute for the Study of Competition and Regulation. Link: https://ideas-reprec.org/p/vuw/vuwcrt/373600.html  

Working papers:

When Not-In-My-Backyard Does Not Mean Protection: NIMBY and Environmental Justice

Race, Ethnicity, and the Distribution of Waste Flows

Quota Trading and Overinvestment in Fisheries