Para Jansuwan

PhD Candidate

Para Jansuwan has completed his bachelor's degree of economics with second class honours from Faculty of Economics, Kasetsart University in Bangkok, Thailand in 2006. He has finished two master’s degrees. The first one is master of economics from Faculty of Economics, Kasetsart University in Bangkok, Thailand in 2010. The second one is master of science in development evaluation and management from Institute of Development Policy and Management, University of Antwerp in Antwerp, Belgium in 2014. He is a Thailand civil servant. He works for Centre for Project and Programme Evaluation, Office of Agricultural Economics, Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives in Bangkok, Thailand as a professional economist since 2012 before receiving Royal Thai Government scholarship to do PhD at Northern Institute, Charles Darwin University in Darwin, Australia in 2017.

PhD Project Title

Understanding succession plans and farm aspirations of ageing and young farmers in Prachin Buri province, Thailand

Research Interests

  1. Program or policy impact evaluation
  2. Quantitative methods
  3. Development economics
  4. Agricultural economics

Supervisors

Dr Kerstin Zander, Principal (Northern Institute, College of Indigenous Futures, Arts & Society, Charles Darwin University)
Dr Rabindra Nepal (Tasmanian School of Business and Economics, University of Tasmania)
Dr Tom Wilson (Northern Institute, College of Indigenous Futures, Arts & Society, Charles Darwin University)

Para Jansuwan

Contacts

T: 088 946 7657
E: para.jansuwan@cdu.edu.au

Casuarina Campus, Darwin NT