As postdoc researcher at the Department of International Economics, Government and Business, my research focus on international trade, upgrading global value chain and improving worker’s skill in the emerging markets, especially Vietnam.
I received my PhD from Southern Denmark University in 2013, the research focus on consumer’s choice and demand analysis for food products. I have participated in several international (e.g. Horizon 2020) and national (e.g. DANIDA, NORAD) projects as principal investigator and work package leader.
International trade, global value chain governance and worker’s skill development
Thong, N.T., & Olsen, S.O. (2012). Attitude toward and Consumption of Fish (Seafood) In Vietnam. Journal of Food Product Marketing. 18(2):79-95.
Thong, N.T., Solgaard, H.S., Wolfgang, H., Roth, E., Lars., R.J. (2015). Consumer Willingness to Pay for Quality Attributes of Fresh Seafood: A Labeled Latent Class Model. Journal of Food Preference and Quality. 41:225-236.
Thong, N. T., & Solgaard, H. S. (2017). Consumer’s food motives and seafood consumption. Food Quality and Preference, 56, 181-188.
Thong, N.T., Solgaard, H.S., Wolfgang, H., Roth, E., Lars., R.J. (2017). Using choice experiment to analyze competitions between seafood products. Agribusiness: An International Journal. 00: 1-27. https://doi.org/10.1002/agr.21504
Thong, NT, Solgaard, H.S, Yinkui, Y., and Thanh, Q.B (2017). The role of packaging format, alcohol level and brand in consumer’s choice of beer: A best-worst scaling multi-profile approach. Food Quality and Preference. Forthcoming
Yang, Yingkui, Jingzheng Ren, Hans Stubbe Solgaard, Di Xu, and Thong Tien Nguyen. "Using multi‐criteria analysis to prioritize renewable energy home heating technologies." Sustainable Energy Technologies and Assessments 29 (2018): 36-43.
Thong, N. T., Isaac Ankamah-Yeboah, Julia Bronnmann, Max Nielsen, Eva Roth, Birgit Schulze-Ehlers. (2020). Price transmission in the pangasius value chain from Vietnam to Germany. Aquaculture Reports, 16, 100266.