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December 11, 2015, 15:30-17:30  Venue:CIGS Meeting Room3

Dr. Bandid Nijathaworn Seminar "Global Economic Outlook and Implications for ASEAN"

The Canon Institute for Global Studies (CIGS) held a seminar on December 11, 2015 inviting Dr. Bandid Nijathaworn, President & CEO, Thai Institute of Directors, Former Deputy Governer of the Bank of Thailand.

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(Dr. Bandid Nijathaworn, Mr. Kotegawa from the left)

Seminar outline
Title: "Global Economic Outlook and Implications for ASEAN"
Speaker: Bandid Nijathaworn, President & CEO, Thai Institute of Directors, Former Deputy Governer of the Bank of Thailand
Moderator: Daisuke Kotegawa, Research Director, CIGS


Program
ProgramPDF:108KB


Contents of the presentation
・Economic outlook and global spillover
・How the ASEAN economies are coping?
・A closer look at Thailand
・Longer term challenge and the AEC


Dr. Bandid Nijathaworn's profile
Dr. Bandid Nijathaworn is presently chairman of the Thai Bond Market Association, President and CEO of the Thai Institute of Directors, and member of the Council of trustees and the board of directors of Thailand Development Research Institute. Dr. Bandid was formerly a deputy governor at the Bank of Thailand where he held the position of Deputy Governor for Monetary Stability from January 2004 to October 2010, and spent a brief period between 2006 and 2009 as Deputy Governor in charge of financial stability, financial policy and banking supervision. Prior to joining the Bank of Thailand in 1992, Dr. Bandid was an economist at the International Monetary Fund where he joined as a young professional in the IMF's Economist Program. Earlier in his career, he taught as an assistant professor in economics at Thammasat University, Bangkok, Thailand. Dr. Bandid graduated with a B.A. (Hons.) in Mathematical Economics from the University of Essex, Colchester, England, and holds a PhD in economics from La Trobe University Melbourne, Australia. In 2011, he attended the Advanced Management Program at Harvard University, Boston, USA.