About BRC:

 Introduce Organization, Committee and Staffs.

  Background

Research Guideline for TBS

            TBS has been supporting research and innovation since its inception.  The Business Research Center (BRC) has been assigned to support research projects by the faculties and being aligned with the TBS strategy.  Publications in renowned journals both national and international are funded.  Academic works to support learning such as simulation games, and online learning contents are support.  To maintain the opinion leader status, TBS set the direction of research on three key areas, competitiveness, corporate social responsibility, and sustainability.

            Currently, TBS requires all faculties to have at least one published academic paper a year.  The international publication in the selected list not only entitles the researchers for publication award but also fulfill the minimum requirement for annual assessment.  Unlike other workloads such as teaching or administering, there is no ceiling on the man-hour counted from research loads.  This reflects the TBS commitment on research and innovation. 

           Faculty of Commerce and Accountancy, Thammasat University realizes the importance of constant development of knowledge and techniques in business administration to be at the leading edge with application in the real world and appropriate with ever-changing business environment. The faculty always strives to provide quality education and training for the management of public sector, state enterprises, and private sector businesses.

           At present, the research center has three sources of funding: Faculty allocation, Faculty Research Fund and government budget support. 

           1. Faculty budget allocation and Faculty Research Fund are divided into three categories:  

            -- Institution Research is concerned with gathering systematic data to be used in faculty administration and improving a faculty unit's performance. Duration should not be more than 6 months. Research topic must involve planning or administration of a faculty's unit.

            -- Academic Research is a systematic academic research with clear hypothesis or problems to be tackled. The research must state specific objectives, data gathering method, analytical tool selection and interpretation, together with conclusion that can answer the project's goal.

           2. Government budget support research must conform to the National Research Council's guideline and gets state funding. Research topic must be submitted by July of the budget year to request for state support in the next budget year.

  BRC Committee & Staffs
1 Assoc.Prof.Dr.Sathaporn Opasanon Assistant Dean for Research
2 Assoc.Prof.Dr.Ruth Banomyong Committee
3 Assoc.Prof.Dr.Sakun Boon-Itt Committee
4 Assoc.Prof.Dr.Pantisa Pavabutr Committee
5 Assoc.Prof.Dr.Nopadol Rompho Committee
6 Asst.Prof.Dr.Surat Teerakapibal Committee
7 Asst.Prof.Dr.Orapan Yolrabil Committee
8 Acting Sub Lieutenant Anuwan Thongmooh Secretary of Committee
9 Mr.Bhrasert Ruangritworagul Assistant Secretary of committee
  BRC Executive & Staffs

1. Assoc.Prof.Dr.Sathaporn Opasanon
Position : Assistant Dean for Research
Tel : 02-696-5744 E-mail: opasanon@gmail.com

2. Mrs.Chalaw Jaroonroch Na Ayuthaya
Position : Head of Business Research Center
Tel : 02-696-5744 E-mail: chalaw.j@tbs.tu.ac.th

3. Acting Sub Lieutenant Anuwan Thongmooh
Position : Head of Research Coordinate and Administrator Unit
Tel : 02-696-5744 E-mail: anuwan.t@tbs.tu.ac.th

4. Mr.Bhrasert Ruangritworagul
Position : Management and Administrator Officer, Practitioner Level
Tel : 02-696-5745 E-mail: bhrasert.r@tbs.tu.ac.th

  BRC Office

Business Research Center (Rangsit Campus)
Thammasat Business School
Thammasat University,Rangsit Campus
99 m.18 Klongnung, Klongluang,Pathumthani,Thailand 12121
Tel: +662-696-5744-5
Fax : +662-696-5738