Browsing by Author "Athakrit Thepmongkol"
ADIREK VAJRAPATKUL; ADIREK VAJRAPATKUL; Athakrit Thepmongkol; อัธกฤตย์ เทพมงคล; National Institute of Development Administration. School of Development Economics; Athakrit Thepmongkol; อัธกฤตย์ เทพมงคล (National Institute of Development Administration, 12/8/2022)
This study examines the impact of digital technology on economic volatility, also known as the business cycle, by using a famous methodology called the DSGE model. Two major models are constructed, namely the baseline one-sector model and the two-sector model. The baseline one-sector model is constructed to express the reactions of variables to technology, fiscal policy, and monetary policy shocks in both closed and open economies. The two-sector model is formulated by separating the production part of the economy into two sectors, namely the ...
Pichet Kaytanyaluk; Athakrit Thepmongkol (National Institute of Development Administration, 2020)
The aim of this dissertation is to study the bubbles in the economy. There are two separated studies which are 1) “Testing the bubbles and the crashes of the asset prices: The evidence from the southeast Asian countries.” and 2) “Can government bond replace rational bubbles? The empirical investigation on Singapore and Thailand.” combined in this dissertation. For the long period of time, many economists try to find the detector for the existense and the crashes of the bubble. However, many of econometric models might distinquish the explosive ...
Household debt and universal health coverage in Thailand : empirical evidence on the household savings Pongsak Thaweesatidsatean; Athakrit Thepmongkol (National Institute of Development Administration, 2021)
Many studies have found that social security system such as pension system depresses household savings. The Universal Health Coverage (UHC) scheme is a type of social security system in Thailand, but it is questionable whether or not it is contributes to household debt. The two purposes of this paper are to theoretically analyze the pros and cons of implementing the UHC or Co-Payment Scheme (CPS) in a small open economy with the focus on Thailand by using a two-period Overlapping Generations Model (OLG), and to analyze the causal relationship ...
Qin Dingyi; Qin Dingyi; Athakrit Thepmongkol; อัธกฤตย์ เทพมงคล; Athakrit Thepmongkol; อัธกฤตย์ เทพมงคล (National Institute of Development Administration, 7/1/2022)
Finance is the general hub of modern market economy operation and plays a non-substitutable important position in economic progress. The fact of financial integration in promoting the economy has been confirmed in some places, but for the Chengdu-Chongqing Economic Circle, there is still little research for this "new topic", this field of research is still waiting for people to explore. This paper firstly combs the relevant theories of financial integration. On this basis, the sixteen cities that constitute the Chengdu-Chongqing Economic Circle ...
Xiao Qi; Xiao Qi; Athakrit Thepmongkol; อัธกฤตย์ เทพมงคล; Athakrit Thepmongkol; อัธกฤตย์ เทพมงคล (National Institute of Development Administration, 7/1/2022)
Since China entered an aging society at the end of the twentieth century, the proportion of the elderly population has been increasing and the aging rate has been accelerating, and it has become one of the countries with the fastest population aging development in the world. The deepening of population aging means the gradual disappearance of the demographic dividend, which will have an important impact on my country's economic development. Since 2008, world economic growth has slowed down. With the tightening of the international market, my ...
Zhang Yanyun; Zhang Yanyun; Athakrit Thepmongkol; อัธกฤตย์ เทพมงคล; Athakrit Thepmongkol; อัธกฤตย์ เทพมงคล (National Institute of Development Administration, 12/8/2022)
This thesis investigates whether openness determines investment in each region of China over the period of 2002 to 2017. In particular, the investment is decomposed into the foreign direct investment and the domestic investment. Using the panel data analysis, the results show that openness has no impact on all types of investment except the positive impact on FDI in the east of China. This implies that more policies should be implemented in the western region to be more foreigner-friendly in order to attract more FDI.