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Apiwat Ratanawaraha
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Education:

B.Eng. (Urban Engineering), University of Tokyo
M.Phil. (Land Economy), University of Cambridge
M.C.P. (International Development), Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Ph.D. (Economic Development and Technology Policy), Massachusetts Institute of Technology

 


Research
/ Publications:

“Infrastructure and Innovation Systems” (in Thai) in Youngsuksathaporn, P. (ed.) I5: Innovation Dynamics. Bangkok: National Innovation Agency. 2006.

“Measuring Geography of Innovation: A Literature Review” (with Polenske, K.R. ) in Polenske, K.R. (ed) The Economic Geography of Innovation. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. 2005.

“Infrastructure as Technological Foundation” (with Juma, C.) Background paper for Juma, C. and Lee, Y.C. “Innovation: Applying Knowledge in Development” a report by the U.N. Millenium Project, Task Force on Science, Technology, and Innovation. London: Earthscan. 2005.

“Drivers of Travel Demand in Cities of the Developing World : Kuala Lumpur Case” Background paper for a report by Gakenheimer, R. and Zegras, C. “Mobility 2030: Meeting the Challenges to Sustainability”, Geneva: World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD). 2004.

“Does Income Distribution Affect Innovation?” in Gibson, D., Heitor, M. and Ibarra-Yunez, A. (eds.) “Connecting People, Ideas, and Resources across Communities”, Series on “Technology Policy and Innovation”, Purdue University Press. Forthcoming.
Late Standardization: From Catching-Up to Forging Ahead” paper presented at the 1st ASIALICS International Conference “Innovation Policy and Management in Changing Asia, Jeju Island, South Korea. April 2005.

“International Standards, Trade, and Technological Development: Issues and Implications for Developing Countries”, paper presented at the 1st ASIALICS International Conference “Innovation Systems and Clusters in Asia: Challenges and Regional Integration”, Bangkok, Thailand. April 2004.

“Best Practices in Technology Transfer and Capability Building: South Korea, Singapore, Malaysia, and Costa Rica”, a report for the Division on Investment, Technology and Enterprise Development United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD). 2003.

“Knowledge, Institutions, and Urban Economic Development”, paper presented at the 8th Inter-University Conference on Asian Megacities, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China. March 2003.

“Hypermarkets and Traditional Fresh Markets in Transition: the Bangkok Case”, paper presented at the 5th Inter-University Seminar on Asian Megacities, Seoul National University, South Korea. February 2000.

“Jobs-Housing Balance as a Concept for Metropolitan Planning: A Review and Critique” (in Thai), Proceedings of the National Conference on Megacity, Bangkok, Thailand, November 1999.

“Take Over, Control, or Let Go: A Critique on Government Intervention in Informal Transportation Services in Bangkok” (in Thai), Journal of the Faculty of Architecture, Chulalongkorn University. November 1999.

“An Econometric Analysis of the Relationship between Employment Structure and Urban Population Growth in Thailand” (in Thai). Research report submitted to Chulalongkorn University. 1999.



 
Daranee Thavinpipatkul, Ph.D. Sakchai Kirinpanu, Ph.D. Wannasilpa Peerapun, Ph.D. Charuvan Limpasanee Siriwan  Silapacharanan, Ph.d. Suwattana Thadaniti, Ph.D. Doosadee Thaitakoo, Ph.D. Nopanant Tapananont, Ph.D.

Rahuth Rodjanapradied, Ph.D.

Chaichana Saengsawang Khaisri PaksukCharern, Ph.D. Apiwat Ratanawaraha, Ph.D. Panit Pujinda, Ph.d. Niramon Piadaeng, Ph.D. Supapim Harinasuta

 

Department of Urban and Regional Planning, Faculty of Architecture
Chulalongkorn University, Phayathai Road, Patumwan, Bangkok10330, Thailand Tel:  66 2218  4441  Fax: 66 2218 4440