TDRI Quarterly Review, September 1997

Contents Chalongphob Sussangkarn ASEAN Beyond AFTA: Initiatives in Labor Market Co-operation and Integration Ivory Tower Mexico 1994 versus Thailand 1997 Mathana Phananiramai Population Changes and Economic Development in Thailand: Their Implications on Women’s Status Carel Dieperink International Regime Development: Lessons from the Rhine Catchment Area

TDRI Quarterly Review, December 1996

Contents Ammar Siamwalla Thai Agriculture: From Engine of Growth to Sunset Status Mathana Phananiramai, Somchai Suksiriserekul Projection of Morbidity, Health Care Utilization and the Demand for Physicians Frank Flatters Projection Rackets and Thai Development Bryne Purchase Strategies for Implementing Organizational Change in a Public Sector Context: The Case of Canada

TDRI Quarterly Review, March 1996

Contents Ammar Siamwalla Two and A Half Cheers for Economic Growth: An Assessment of Long-term Changes in the Thai Economy Mingsarn Kaosa-ard Valuation of Natural Resources and Environmental Degradation: A First Step to Conflict Resolution Sumeth Vongpanitlerd Toward Social Equity and Prosperity: Thailand IT 2000 Direk Patmasiriwat Pre-hospital Service for Victims of Road Traffic Accidents: […]

TDRI Quarterly Review, December 1995

Contents Anand Panyarachun Prospects for Strengthening Food Security through International Trade Tarrin Nimmanahaeminda Financing Nature Conservation and Full Cost Resources Accounting Mingsarn Kaosa-ard Sharing the Benefits and Costs of Forest Conservation Nipon Poapongsakorn, Sorachai Bhisabutra, Manat Voramaneeratana An Estimate of the Number of Narcotics Addicts in Thailand Wisarn Pupphavesa APEC: Myths and Realities

TDRI Quarterly Review, September 1995

Contents Frank Flatters, Theodore M. Horbulyk Economic Perspectives on Water Conflicts in Thailand Mathana Phananiramai Thailand National Report: Employment Situation, Problem and Policy Pakorn Vichyanond The Evolutionof Thailand’s Financial System: Future Trends Sunil Subhanrao Pednekar NGOs and Natural Resource Management in Mainland Southeast Asia

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