Suparit Suwanik is currently a senior researcher at Puey Ungphakorn Institute for Economic Research. His interests lie in macroeconomics, monetary policy, household finance, international finance, and digital economy.
Mr. Suwanik has working experiences in macroeconomic analysis, financial stability, financial markets, banking, finance and research in domestic and international organizations. He was selected to be a research assistant to Robert M. Townsend, Professor of Economics at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Miles S. Kimball, Professor of Economics and Survey Research at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.
In addition, Mr. Suwanik is a columnist of Thairath newspaper’s “Bangkhunprom Chuankid” and one of the best-seller writers of the pocket book, “Bangkhunprom Chuankid 1.0”.
Mr. Suwanik received a Master in Applied Economics, majoring in International Economics, at the University of Michigan under full time scholarship from the BOT, a Master in Public Administration at Thammasat University and a Bachelor of Business Administration (1st class honours) majoring in Banking and Finance at Chulalongkorn University.