Behavioural Economics for Sustainability

Behavioural Economics for Sustainability

How can behavioural economics help achieve the SDGs?  by Neil Gains In recent years, behavioural economics has challenged the long-standing view that people make rational choices that are in their best interests. Many approaches to social innovation focus on...
Looking Back on 2019

Looking Back on 2019

Before we kick-start the first semester of 2020, it is worth reflecting on 2019, which was an exciting year at Thammasat University’s School of Global Studies. We launched Thailand’s first Masters in Social Innovation and Sustainability and welcomed 14...
Looking Back on 2019

Looking Back on 2019

Before we kick-start the first semester of 2020, it is worth reflecting on 2019, which was an exciting year at Thammasat University’s School of Global Studies. We launched Thailand’s first Masters in Social Innovation and Sustainability and welcomed 14...
Creating Inclusive Education in Thailand

Creating Inclusive Education in Thailand

Today in Thailand there is an estimated 400,000 migrant youth below the age of 16 years-old living in the country. Of those numbers, approximately 150,000 youth are in Thai public schools, with an additional 30,000 receiving education from Migrant Learning Centers. ...