Ammar Siamwalla

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Ammar Siamwalla (Thai: อัมมาร สยามวาลา) is one of Thailand's most prominent economists. His ancestors were Indians who immigrated and founded a local stationary business, .


Ammar attended St. Paul's School, Darjeeling in India, he went on to receive a B.Sc. in Economics from the London School of Economics and a Ph.D. in Economics from Harvard University. His teachers at Harvard were Alexander Gerschenkron, Wassily Leontief and Edward Chamberlin among others.


He began his career as an assistant professor and research staff economist at Department of Economics, Yale University before moving to Faculty of Economics Thammasat University as a Rockefeller Scholar at the advice of Dr. Puey who was then dean of faculty. Like Dr. Puey and other scholars, Ammar left Thammasat after the October 6, 1976 student massacre in Thammasat University.

He was a visiting professor at the Food Research Institute, Stanford University as well as a Research Fellow with the International Food Policy Research Institute Washington, D.C.

He has been active at the Thailand Development Research Institute (TDRI) as a program director for agriculture and rural development, and as President of TDRI in 1990-1995.

Ammar is an expert in Thai Rice, Thai Agricultural Economics, and Development Economics. As one of the first Thai trained in neoclassical economics, he has contributed considerably in the development of modern economic discipline in...
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