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 main interests are trade, poverty and inequality. He is also working on welfare state and tax reform.
Supervisor(s) and panel members
First paper: Tolerance for inequality in the process of economic development: theory and evidence (presented 8 March 2019)
Second paper: Global production sharing, value-added in manufacturing exports, and employment generation: evidence from Thailand (Presented 22 Nov 2019)
Third paper: Openness and the growth-poverty nexus: Reappraisal with a new openness indicator
Fourth paper: Globalization, structural change, and inequality
Peer Reviewed Articles
Durongkaveroj, Wannaphong.2018. ‘Tolerance for inequality: Hirschman’s tunnel effect revisited.’ Journal of International Development, Vol. 30 No. 7, pp. 1240-1247
Durongkaveroj, Wannaphong. and Ryu, Taehyun. 2019. Relative effects of trade liberalization on poverty: Evidence from Thailand Progress in Development Studies, Vol. 19, No. 4, pp. 264–283.
‘Financing welfare state in Thailand’, in C. Aspalter (ed.) Financing Welfare State Systems in Asia, London: Routledge (forthcoming, expected late 2020/2021).
Baldwin, Richard, (2019), Globotics Upheaval: Globalization, Robotics and the Future of Work LSE Review of Books (February 20, 2020)
Giugale, Marcelo, (2017), Economic Development: What every one needs to know (second edition) Journal of Southeast Asian Economies (formerly ASEAN Economic Bulletin), Vol. 36, No. 1, pp. 137-138.
Krongkaew, Medhi, (2018), Reflections on the Thai economy Asian-Pacific Economic Literature, Vol. 33, No. 1, pp. 132-134.
Milanovic, Branko, (2016), Global inequality: a new approach for the age of globalization Singapore Economic Review, Vol. 63, No. 03, pp.793-797
Mazzucato, Mariana, (2018), The value of everything: making and taking in the global economy LSE Review of Books (October 9, 2018)
The 4th Adelaide PhD Summer Institute in International Trade, 18-19 March 2020, University of South Australia, Adelaide
The Nineteenth World Congress of the International Economic Association “Equity, Sustainability and Prosperity in a Fractured World”, 3-7 July 2020, Bali, Indonesia.
The 44th Annual Conference of the Federation of ASEAN Economic Association (FAEA), 28-30 November 2019, at Singapore (invited, as a rep of Economics Society of Thailand). Link
The UNU-WIDER Development Conference in partnership with UNESCAP, 11-13 September 2019, at UNESCAP, Bangkok, Thailand LINK
The 32nd Annual PhD Conference in Economics and Business, 31 Oct–1 Nov 2019, at the Australian National University
The 14th Australasian Trade Workshop, 23-24 March 2019, RMIT, Melbourne.
The 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
The 16th International Convention of the East Asian Economics Association (EAEA) held at National Taiwan University, Taiwan. 27-28 October 2018
Durongkaveroj, Wannaphong. 2020. Thailand’s Grand Welfare Experiment in Policy Forum
Durongkaveroj, Wannaphong. 2019. Hirschman’s Linkages: Passé in the Age of Global Production Sharing? in Developing Economics (blog)
Durongkaveroj, Wannaphong. 2018a. Unequal Thailand: trends and consequences in Devpolicy Blog (Development Policy Centre)
Durongkaveroj, Wannaphong. 2018b. Revisiting Hirschman’s tunnel effect and its relevance for China in Developing Economics Blog
Durongkaveroj, Wannaphong. 2018c. Not in the zone: Thailand’s special economic zones fail to meet expectations in Asia and the Pacific Policy Society Policy Forum
Durongkaveroj, Wannaphong. 2018d. An end to poverty in Thailand is not on the cards’, Asia and the Pacific Policy Society Policy Forum in Asia and the Pacific Policy Society Policy Forum
(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
(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
Crawford School of Public Policy
ANU College of Asia & the Pacific
J.G. Crawford Building No. 132
The Australian National University
Canberra ACT 2601 Australia