Joining the ASEAN+3 Macroeconomic Research Office (AMRO) in 2014, Dr. Huang has been working on surveillance issues and covering several member countries. He is currenly the country economist for Myanmar and back-up economist of Cambodia, Japan, and Hong Kong (China). Before that, he also worked on Cambodia as country economist, mission team member to Brunei and Lao PDR.
Before joining AMRO, Dr. Huang was a visiting scholar in the University of New South Wales in Australia and worked in various functions in the private sector. He has diversified research interests, and his articles have been published in journals such as Social Science and Medicine, Environmental and Resource Economics, and Emerging Markets Finance and Trade.
Dr. Huang holds a Ph.D. degree in Public Economics from the National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies (GRIPS) in Japan. He was also a graduate of the Global Leadership Program, the University of Tokyo, and holds M.A. degree from Antai College of Economics & Management, Shanghai Jiaotong University in China.