Han Huynh is an Economist in the Antitrust and Competition Practice at Bates White. She has extensive experience in microeconomics and behavioral and experimental economics, where she conducts surveys to evaluate consumer choices. Prior to joining Bates White, Dr. Huynh was an economist for Singapore Ministry of Trade and Industry and a teaching fellow at Columbia University, where she taught courses in microeconomic analysis and game theory. Dr. Huynh has received several research grants from both Columbia University and the National Science Foundation. Her doctoral research focused on the effects of incentives on financial choices.
PhD, Economics, Columbia University
BSocSci, Economics, National University of Singapore
BSci, Mathematics, National University of Singapore