Thammasat Review of Economic and Social Policy
the journal is dedicated to serving as a platform for debate and critical discussion pertaining to the current issues of public policy. The outcome of such research is expected to yield concrete policy implications. Some of the targeted issues include urban and regional socio-economic disparities, ageing society, healthcare, education and welfare policies, environmental and natural resources, local communities, labour migration, productivity, economic and political integration, political economy, macroeconomic instability, trade and investment, fiscal imbalances, decentralisation, gender issues, behavioural economics and regulations; and law and economics. The journal makes its best effort to cater to a wide range of audience, including policymakers, practitioners in the public and business sectors, researchers as well as graduate students.