Phil Doan Pham
Health economics, economics of aging, people with disability
Phil Doan Pham is doing his PhD at the Bankwest Curtin Economics Centre. He holds a Master’s degree in Finance and Accounting from the University of Technology Sydney.
Prior to joining the Bankwest Curtin Economics Centre, Phil worked as a case manager in the aged and community care industry. He was responsible for collaborating with aged people and people with disability to ensure person-centred health and wellbeing outcomes are achieved by engaging with appropriate support systems and evaluating their effectiveness.
Phil is passionate about making research in health economics, economics of aging and people with disability. The focus of his research is on understanding the health and economic circumstances of aging population with particular emphasis on their late-life experiences, physical and mental health. Phil is also interested in investigating the factors affecting people with disability at work and how to improve their contribution to economic growth.