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Wannaphong Durongkaveroj

Nationality
Thai

Qualifications

BEcon (CMU), MEcon (CMU)

Contact details

Wannaphong Durongkaveroj is currently a PhD student at Arndt-Corden Department of Economics, Crawford School of Public Policy, ANU College of Asia and Pacific. His interests cover trade, poverty, and inequality.

PhD programme

Economics

Supervisor(s) and panel members

Topic title

Trade, Poverty, and Equity: Global Overview and Three Essays

Publications

Peer Reviewed Articles

(2018) ‘Tolerance for inequality: Hirschman’s tunnel effect revisited’, Journal of International Development, Vol. 30 No. 7, pp. 1240-1247 Link

Book Chapter

‘Financing welfare state in Thailand’, in C. Aspalter (ed.) Financing Welfare State Systems in Asia, London: Routledge (forthcoming, expected 2019/2020).

Book Review

(2019a) ‘Book Review: Krongkaew, M 2018 Reflections on the Thai economy, School of Development Economics, National Institute of Development Administration (NIDA), Bangkok’, Forthcoming in Asian-Pacific Economic Literature.

(2019b) ‘Book Review: Giugale, M 2017, Economic Development: What every one needs to know (second edition), Oxford University Press, New York’, Forthcoming in the Journal of Southeast Asian Economies (formerly ASEAN Economic Bulletin).

(2018a) ‘Book Review: Milanovic, B 2016, Global inequality: a new approach for the age of globalization, Harvard University Press, Cambridge MA’, Singapore Economic Review, Vol. 63, No. 03, pp.793-797 Link

(2018b) ‘Book Review: Mazzucato, M 2018, The value of everything: making and taking in the global economy’, LSE Review of Book (October 9, 2018) Link

Conference

“Trade in value-added, equity, and employment” at the 14th Australasian Trade Workshop, 23-24 March 2019, RMIT, Melbourne.

“Tolerance of inequality: review of Hirschman’s ‘tunnel effect’ with possible extensions” at Development Studies Association (DSA) Annual Conference at the University of Manchester (Panel E02: Psy-expertise, behavioural approaches and therapeutic cultures: exacerbating or mitigating global inequalities?). 26-28 June, 2018

“Global Production Sharing and Gains from Manufacturing Exports: Do Linkages Matter?” at the 16th International Convention of the East Asian Economics Association (EAEA) held at National Taiwan University, Taiwan. 27-28 October 2018

Op-ed articles/Blog

(2018a) ‘Unequal Thailand: trends and consequences’, Development Policy Blog. Link

(2018b) ‘Revisiting Hirschman’s tunnel effect and its relevance for China’, Developing Economics (blog). Link

(2018c) ‘Not in the zone: Thailand’s special economic zones fail to meet expectations’, Asia and the Pacific Policy Society Policy Forum. Link

(2018d) ‘An end to poverty in Thailand is not on the cards’, Asia and the Pacific Policy Society Policy Forum. Link

Working Paper

(2018) ‘Trade Liberalisation and Poverty: Evidence from Thailand’ [with Taehyun Ryu], ARTNeT Working Paper Series No. 180, June 2018, Bangkok. Link

(2017) ‘Minimum Wage and Lives of the Poor: Evidence from Thailand’, PIER Discussion Paper No.76, Puey Ungphakorn Institute for Economic Research. Link

Policy Brief

(2015) ‘Using CGE modelling for Thailand’s policymaking’ [with Luca Parisotto], Asia-Pacific Research and Training Network on Trade Policy Brief no. 48, December 2015Link

Employment history

Tutor in RSE’s ECON2900 “Development, Poverty and Famine”

Personal links

Mailing address

Crawford School of Public Policy
ANU College of Asia & the Pacific
J.G. Crawford Building No. 132
Lennox Crossing
The Australian National University
Canberra ACT 2601 Australia

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