In order to generate one job, the Thai government would have to invest as much as 5 billion baht ($152.53 million) per year in terms of tax revenue reduction from the super-generous tax incentives, according to a study conducted by the TDRI
Somkiat Tangkitvanich, a TDRI
research director, said Chinese imports under the ACFTA with certificates of origin amounted to merely $251 million, or 1.76 per cent of Thailand's total imports from China.
(4.) Sopon Chomchan, Banasopit Mekvichai, and David Foster, "Lessons from the Samut Prakan Land Use Plan," TDRI
Quarterly Review 5, no.
of Finance and Planning, Waigani Philippines San Miguel Company, Manila/PIDS, Manila Singapore Merrill Lynch Spain Junta de Castilla y Leon, Valladolid Sweden University of Gothenburg Taiwan Academia Sinica, Taipei/ Chung-Hua Institute for Economic Research, Taipei Thailand TDRI
, Bangkok Tunisia Ministere du Plan et du D.R., Tunis Turkey Central Bank of Turkey, Ankara/ State Institute of Statistics, Ankara United Kingdom Overseas Development Institute, London/ Bank of England United States East-West Center, Honolulu/ University of Hawaii, Honolulu/ Stanford University/ University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia/ Boston University/FAPRI/Iowa State University, Ames/Institute for International Economics, Washington/Council on Foreign Relations, New York/U.S.
(2.) The Thailand Development Research Institute (TDRI
) and the National Economic and Social Development Board (NESDB).
The 1990 TDRI
Year-End Conference on Industrializing Thailand and Its Impact on the Environment.
Report prepared for the 1990 TDRI
Year-End Conference on Industrializing Thailand and its Impact on the Environment, December 8-9, Chon Buri, Thailand.
Moreover, in accordance with the ASEAN IPR Action Plan, Thailand is in the process of acceding to The Hague Agreement and the Madrid Protocol (TDRI
Nevertheless, it did during those years offer valuable early support to the Thailand Development Research Institute, or TDRI
, which subsequently emerged as the country's leading independent policy shop.
A Computable General Equilibrium (CGE) model of the Thai economy developed by Thailand Development Research Institute (TDRI
) suggests that removal of all foreign workers would reduce total GDP by around 0.5 percent per annum, contribute to a 4 percent rise in the wages of unskilled workers (substitutes for most migrant workers), and a fall of approximately 4 percent in skilled wages.
On Thailand's global position, see Viroj NaRanong, "The Thai Sugar Industry: Crisis and Opportunities," TDRI
Quarterly Review 15, no.