Toan Le

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Law and Society in Asia Land Disputes in Asia Labour Law Taxation Law New Technology and its intersection with the Law

20062020

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Biography

 

Dr Toan Le is a Lecturer at Monash Business School, Monash University, Australia. He has acted as an international consultant for UNDP Vietnam. Previous to his academic career, he was a consultant at an international business advisory firm.

 

Toan has a PhD in Law at Monash University and has Masters of Law from University of Melbourne. He also has an Honours degree in Law and a degree in Commerce from Deakin University. He is the director/co-ordinator of the Tax Law Research Group and has published articles and book chapters in international refereed journals including the New Zealand Journal of Tax Law and Policy, Journal of World Trade and Asian Comparative Law Journal and the leading A* ranked journal, the Sydney Law Review. His publications have also appear  in the influential The Diplomat webpage. His opinion pieces have been quoted in press articles, including the Asian Nikkei Review, The Equal Times, the Evan Whitton report and the Vietnamese webpage, ‘Viet Studies’. His writing in English has also been translated into French’s language.

 

His current research interests are taxation issues in relation to cryptocurrencies,  studying the impact of e-government and the use of algorithm on civic society and investigating how workers’ rights are being threatened by the force of globalisation and new technology as the world enters the fourth industrial revolution. Toan is currently collaboratively engaged in a study into precarious work in Vietnam and interviewing e-taxi drivers in relation to extra-legal strategies employed by the drivers to cope with exploitation by digital platform entities with researchers from Oxford University and Ho Chi Minh Law University. He is also undertaking research to develop a framework to regulate cryptocurrencies in Australia, Asia, South Africa and the United States with scholars from the Universities of Auckland, Nottingham and Sydney.

 

 



Research area keywords

  • Asian Law and Society
  • Law and Technology
  • Taxation Law
  • Labour Law
  • Land disputes

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