Ph.D. in Economics,Chulalongkorn University, 2015
Master degree in Commerce and Economics (Major: Finance), UNSW, 2007
Bachelor degree in Business and Commerce (Major: Economics), Monash University, 2005
Prapaipanich, N. (2018). A study of elderly welfare by comparing private and public retirement homes: A case study in Bangkok, Business and Economic Horizons, 14 (2), 243-255.
Prapaipanich, N. (2018, January – June). An exploratory study of the relationship between household size and individuals’ subjective well-being: A case study in Bangkok, Srinakharinwirot Research and Development Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, 10 (19), 46-58. (In Thai)
Herberholz, C. & Prapaipanich, N. (2018). Conspicuous consumption of online social networking devices and subjective well-being of Bangkokians, The Singapore Economic Review, 6(1), 1-25.
Prapaipanich, N. (2017, September). An Exploratory Study of the Relationship between Organic Products and Individuals’ Subjective Well-being, International Journal of Applied Economics, 14(2), 71-86.
Prapaipanich, N. & Herberholz, C. (2017, July – December). Consumption of Material and Experiential Goods, Social Comparison and Subjective Well-being in Cosmopolitan Bangkok, Southeast Asian Journal of Economics, 5 (2), 1-26.
Prapaipanich, N. (2013). A review of the relationship between subjective well-being and consumption, World Journal of Social Sciences, 5 (3), 39-48.
Conference (Proceeding Full Paper)
Prapaipanich, Nattaya. Determinants of Chinese Tourists Traveling to Thailand. Proceedings of the 30th international conference on implications of research in business, economics, management social sciences and humanities (IRBEMSH); 2019 March 16-17; Osaka, Japan.
Prapaipanich, Nattaya. A study of the relationship between online social network goods and individuals’ subjective well-being. Proceedings of the 13th Eurasia Business and Economics Society Conference; 2014 June 5-7; pp.2493-2532; Istanbul, Turkey.