Long Vo

Dr., BEc NEU, MComFin VUW, PhD UWA, Mr

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Long Vo is a Research Fellow at the Planning and Transport Research Centre (PATREC), a collaborative initiative between the Government of Western Australia and local universities, constituted to conduct applied research and teaching in support of policy in the connected spaces of transport and land use planning. Prior to joining PATREC, he worked as a Research Officer at the Business School, The University of Western Australia (UWA) and a Teaching Fellow at both UWA Business School and the School of Business and Law, Edith Cowan University. He previously held a Lecturer position at the Faculty of Finance, Banking and Business Administration, Quy Nhon University, Vietnam.

Long has worked on a project that investigates the extent to which working-from-home (WFH) is being undertaken and will continue to be during the COVID-19 pandemic; the utility of WFH as a future demand management tool for the mitigation of congestion on all transport networks; and the productivity impact when WFH is compared to the workplace, from the perspective of Australian workers and employers. This project was funded by the Western Australian Department of Transport.

His macroeconomic research interest lies in the interplay of technological innovation, intangible capital investment, and transport networks in facilitating structural economic transformation and productivity improvement. In addition, Long's studies in international trade and finance involve modelling the global demand for energy, agricultural products and other resources; as well as the (mis)valuation of currencies. In the area of financial asset pricing, he specialises in analysing the dependence structure of high-frequency returns and volatilities.

His work has been published in Energy Economics, Economic Modelling, Economic Systems and North American Journal of Economics and Finance.

Long received his Ph.D in Economics from the University of Western Australia with support from an Australian Government's Postgraduate Research Award, and his Masters of Commerce in Finance from Victoria University of Wellington with support from a New Zealand Government's ASEAN Scholar Award.


Education/Academic qualification

Economics, PhD, UWA Business School


Finance, Master of Commerce, Victoria University of Wellington


Economics, Bachelor of Economics, National Economics University


External positions

Research Fellow, The Planning and Transport Research Centre (PATREC)

Jan 2021 → …

Teaching Assistant, Edith Cowan University

Mar 2020Jun 2021

Lecturer, Quy Nhon University


Industry keywords

  • Education
  • Finance and Business
  • Energy
  • Agriculture and Food
  • Mining and Resources
  • Environmental
  • Transport

Research expertise keywords

  • International economics
  • Applied econometrics
  • Financial markets
  • Agricultural economics
  • Resource economics
  • Energy economics
  • Macroeconomics
  • Accounting education
  • Banking
  • Wavelets


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