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 Room: I-029 (Building 1501) 

 Office hours: by appointment

 E-Mail: leckcivilizeaoek.uni-hannover.de

Research interest

  • Applied Econometrics
  • Labour Economics
  • International Economics
  • Economics of Migration
  • Supply Chain

Education

London School of Economics and Political Science,  UK

2009 − 2014    M.Res/Ph.D. Economics

2007 − 2008    M.Sc. Economics

Chulalongkorn University,  Thailand

2000 − 2004    B.A. Economics (First Class)

Teaching Experience

Postgraduate Teaching

Leibniz Universität Hannover

2014/15 - 2015/16    •  Econometrics for Ph.D. students

2014/15 - 2015/16    •  Applied Econometrics

London School of Economics and Political Science

2012 - 2013             •  EC402 Econometrics

Undergraduate Teaching

Leibniz Universität Hannover

2015 - 2016             •  Microeconometrics

2014 - 2015             •  Labour and Development

2014                       •  Labour Economics I

2013/14                     •  Empirical Economic Research with Stata

London School of Economics and Political Science

2009/10 - 2011/12         •  Macroeconomic Principles

2008/09              •  Introduction to Econometrics

University College London

2009/10 - 2011/12         •  Macroeconomic Theory and Policy

2010/11              •  Introduction to Mathematics for Economics II

2009/10              •  International Trade

Relevant Positions held and Work Experience

2013 - present    Research Fellow, Leibniz University of Hannover, Germany

2012 - 2013     Teaching Fellow, London School of Economics and                                                  Political Science, UK

2010 - 2012     Research Assistant, Centre for Economic Performance London, UK

2008 - 2012     Teaching Assistant, University College London UK

2005 - 2007     Researcher, Thailand Development Research Institute Thailand

List of Publications and Research in Progress

Publications

Leckcivilize, A. (2015). Does the minimum wage reduce wage inequality?: Evidence from Thailand. IZA Journal of Labor & Development, 4(21).

Leckcivilize, A. (2013). The Impact of Supply Chain Disruptions: Evidence from the Japanese Tsunami. Papers and Proceedings for the European Economic Association Annual Congress 2013, Gothenburg Sweden.

NaRanong, V., NaRanong, A. and Leckcivilize, A. (2008). Measuring Catastrophic Health Expenditures Using the Poverty Approach. Journal of Health Systems Research, Jul-Sep 2008. (In Thai)

Research in Progress

Labour Supply Responses to Migration. (Co-authoring with Jun. Prof. Susan Steiner)

Minimum Wage and Employment Effects in the Formal and Informal Labour Market: Evidence from Doubling Minimum Wage in Thailand.

Regional Economic Integration and Foreign Direct Investment: The case of Japanese, and Chinese Investment in ASEAN. (Co-authoring with Dr. Siriwan Hutangkabodee)

The extent of FDI liberalisation at the early stage of economic development and its effect on industrialisation process in developing countries. (Co-authoring with Dr. Siriwan Hutangkabodee)

Are job applicants in Germany discriminated by their appearance and religious practice? - A lab experiment. (Co-authoring with Alexander Straub)

Invited Seminars and Conference Presentations

2015    Warsaw International Economic Meeting, Potsdam PhD Workshop in Empirical Economics, Evaluation-Minimum Wages Summer School

2014    Spring Meeting of Young Economists, the 5th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting in Economic Sciences

2013    University of Southern Denmark Department of Border Region Studies seminar series, Annual Congress of the European Economic Association, 21st International Input-Output Conference, 9th Danish International Economics Workshop, 2nd Project Southeast Asia University of Oxford

2012    LSE labour seminar, Chulalongkorn University

2009    Thailand Development Research Institute