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Keynote/Plenary Speakers

 ***Abstract Submission for the Third ICADA 2014 is now closed.***

Keynote Speaker

Assistant Professor Charit Tingsabadh, Ph.D.
Director, Centre for European Studies, Chulalongkorn Univesrity

1968-1971: B.A., Economics Tripos, Magdalene College,Cambridge University, U.K. 
1971-1974: M.Soc.Sci.(National Economic Planning), Birmingham University, U.K. 
1976-1981: Ph.D., Development Planning,University College London,London University, U.K.

Positions Held
1974-1975: Economist, Regional Planning Division,National Economic and Social Development Board 
1975-Present: Lecturer, Faculty of Economics, Chulalongkorn University 
1981-1984: Assistant Director, Social Research Institute,Chulalongkorn University 
1986: Assistant Professor, Faculty of Economics, Chulalongkorn University 
1987-1991: Deputy Director, Social Research Institute, Chulalongkorn University 
1991-1995: Deputy Director, Environmental Research Institute, Chulalongkorn University 
1996-2000: Director, Centre for Ecological Economics, Faculty of Economics,Chulalongkorn University 
1996-Present: Member, Research Subcommittee on Forestry and Multipurpose Trees,National Research Council 
2000-Present: Director, Centre for European Studies, Chulalongkorn University

Relevant Interests
As Director of the Centre for Euroepan Studies in Thailand, Assistant Professor Charit Tingsabadh is interested in developing co-operation with similar centres in Poland through joint activities such as exchanges of information, research and scholarly exchanges. Of particular interests will be institutions with a focus on looking at the role of Poland and the new (as of May 1 2004) member states in the EU. Assistant Professor Charit Tingsabadh believes that it would be helpful to have an interest in the broader theoretical aspects of regional integration, and how it may apply in the case of other regions, particularly the ASEAN region.

Also, Assistant Professor Charit Tingsabadh’s own interest is in the field of economics of the environment, and in this field it would be interesting to look at co-operation between the EU-Poland with ASEAN-Thailand in this field. Specific issues that he has worked on include: climate change, forestry development, and urban environmental management.

Plenary Speakers


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