Mr Phong Thanh Nguyen
Casual Academic

Mr Phong Thanh Nguyen

Business School
Sess Teaching Mgmt & Gov

Phong is a PhD student at UNSW School of Management and Governance. His dissertation focuses on how employees’ perceptions of organisational change processes influence their change attitudes and behaviours. Phong has also engaged in research in organisational diversity, individual financial behaviours (e.g., retirement saving), and corporate governance. 


  • Journal articles | 2021
    Nguyen LTM; Nguyen PT; Tran QNN; Trinh TTG, 2021, 'Why does subjective financial literacy hinder retirement saving? The mediating roles of risk tolerance and risk perception', Review of Behavioral Finance, vol. ahead-of-print,
    Journal articles | 2021
    Sanders K; Nguyen PT; Bouckenooghe D; Rafferty A; Schwarz GM; Elias A; Jorgensen F; Bish A; Kanar AM; Razinskas S; Li X; Kirk S; Amarakon U; Hartmann S; Steindorsdottir B; Babar S; Manuti A; Vakola M; Turnbull M; Watson BM; Lapointe É; Bednall TC; Katsaros K; Chen B; Jahanzeb S; Rafique Z, 2021, 'The Antecedents of HR strength in Times of Crisis: An attributional lens', Academy of Management Proceedings, vol. 2021, pp. 11154 - 11154,
    Journal articles | 2020
    Sanders K; Nguyen P; Bouckenooghe D; Rafferty A; Schwarz G, 2020, 'Unravelling the What and How of Organizational Communication to Employees during COVID-19 pandemic: Adopting an Attributional Lens', The Journal of Applied Behavioral Science

Managing and Leading People (Tutor)