My Nguyen

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My Nguyen
MPC Primary Research Areas
Research Interests

I am interested in exploring the intersection of economics, organizational behavior, and sociology, with a particular emphasis on the dynamics of work, family, and time. My research is primarily centered around the critical examination of workplace issues, including discrimination, inequality, and gender disparities, within the broader context of global socioeconomic settings. My prior research endeavors have delved into a variety of subjects, such as the impact of parenthood penalties, the hiring practices of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and social enterprises, as well as the examination of gender discrimination occurrences in workplace environments.


I am interested in navigating the dynamic intersections between Economics and Sociology. My research is anchored in the realm of Economic Sociology, with a particular emphasis on the intricate web of financial deal-making, the mechanisms of capitalism, the intricate landscape of social networking, and the formation of transnational political-economic identities. I am planning to employ a mixed-methods approach, using quantitative population data analysis, to delve deeper into the multifaceted relationships and discrimination that underpin the global economic and financial landscape. My goal is to contribute to a deeper understanding of the complex forces shaping our interconnected world.