Over the past two decades, Thailand has pursued an ambitious development policy, which has lifted millions out of poverty and improved the overall standard of living.
But how much do we really understand about the consequences of development on the well-being of Thai households?
A study by TDRI, led by Ammar Siamwalla and myself entitled "The Life of Thai People During the Two Decades of Development", seeks to understand these development phenomena by focusing on the changing nature of the family structure and living standards. The study has several important implications.
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