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    Allocation of carbon emission quotas for selected industries of Thailand to ally with economic efficiency of the market system for carbon emission permits 

    Isaree Jirajariyavech; Sompote Kunnoot (National Institute of Development Administration, 2019)

    Thailand Emission Trading Scheme (Thailand ETS) was established to prepare for Thailand’s emission trading in playing a part in the global movement for the reduction of CO2 emissions. The energy intensive sectors, including, petrochemicals, cement, iron and steel, electricity, and aviation industries, are selected to target industries to achieve the reduction of CO2 emission. The implementation of Thailand ETS can be expected to effect change in the Thailand economy. This study applied the concept of economic cost as the external cost is introduced ...
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    Economic and environmental impacts of rail transportation investment 

    Gritsana Patjakreng; Sompote Kunnoot (National Institute of Development Administration, 2016)

    The transportation system in Thailand has been biased in favor of road transport as investment in rail transport involves large scale budget and government policy. The favorable attribute of rail transport is more competitive freight cost in exchange for large investment. This study employs the computable general equilibrium (CGE) model in ORANI tradition (Dixon et al., 1982) as the tool for the accounting of economic benefits, economic cost, environmental benefits and environmental costs. The increase in rail transport investment is feed ...