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VIPAN PRACHUABMOH

Aj.Vipan

Given Name  Vipan 
Surname Prachuabmoh 
Country(s) of nationality Thailand
Country of residence Thailand
Mailing address

College of Population Studies Chulalongkorn University Visid Prachuabmoh Building Phyathai Rd., Patumwan Bangkok 10330

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Telephone (Home)

(66) 02-331-2299 (66) 02-311-3107

Telephone (Office) (66) 02-218-7350
Highest degree  Doctoral degree 
Year:  1991 
Institution: University of Chicago
Discipline: Sociology
Current employment/position Associate Professor

Previous employment
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Other honorary or professional positions
1. Dean of College of Population Studies (2008-present)
2. President of Thai Population Association (TPA) (2010-present)
3. Director of the Asian MetaCentre for Population and Sustainable Development Analysis (2000-present)

Publication
1. Shripad Tuljapurka, Ian Pool, Vipan Prachuabmoh (Eds). 2005. Population, Resources, and Development: Riding the Age Wave Volume1. Netherlands: Springer.
2. Wongboonsin K., P. Guest, and V. Prachuabmoh. 2005. "Demographic Change and the Demographic Dividend in Thailand" Asian Population Studies 1 (2): 245-256.
3. Prachuabmoh, Vipan, and Preeya Mithranon. ―Below-Replacement Fertility in Thailand and its Policy Implications.‖ Journal of Population Research Vol.20, No.1, 2003.
4. Prachuabmoh, Vipan. ―Globalization and Population Issues.‖ In The 16th Asian Parliamentarians‘ Meeting on Population and Development Reports. Tokyo: AFPPD, UNFPA, and IPPF, 2000.
5. Prachuamoh, Vipan and Napaporn Chayovan. Consequences of Low Fertility and Policy Responses in Thailand. In Low Fertility and Policy Responses to Issues of Aging and Welfare. Seoul: KIHASA and UNFPA, 2000.
6. Chayovan, Napaporn, Sara Peracca, and Vipan Prachuabmoh 2000. Thailand‘s Economic Crisis and Reproductive Health: A Case Study of Bangkok, Ang Tong and Sri Saket.