Navarat Temsumrit graduated with her Ph.D. in Economics and Finance from the University of St.Gallen, Switzerland in 2020. She is currently working as an economics lecturer at the Faculty of Economics, Kasetsart University. Her research interests are macroeconomic policy, financial economics, especially research related to the future of financial institutions and public sectors, digital currency and behavior of heterogeneous investors, capital market regulatory, and development economics.
Selected working papers
• “Can Ageing Population Affect Economic Development through the Channel of Government Spending? : Empirical Evidence”, funded by KURDI
• “Structural Transformation of Thailand: A Quantitative Analysis” (joint work with Hongsilp Sriket, Ph.D.), funded by Department of Economics, Kasetsart University
• Temsumrit, Navarat. (forthcoming). Democracy, institutional quality and fiscal policy cycle: evidence from developing countries. Applied Economics, 1-24. (online published) https://doi.org/10.1080/00036846.2021.1959894
macroeconomic policy, financial economics (future of financial institutions and public sectors), digital currency, behavior of heterogeneous investors, capital market regulatory, development economics