B.E. student win the best paper award in the second international conference on "Multidisciplinary Trends in Academic Research 2015"

Sirin Tangpornpaiboon and Tanat Anutrakulchai, BE students, have been selected to present their research papers in the second international conference on "Multidisciplinary Trends in Academic Research 2015", held during 29-30 September 2015, in Bangkok, Thailand. Tanat also won the best paper award from his research titled "The Long-Horizon Invalidity of Uncovered Interest Parity (UIP) after the Global Financial Crisis: the Case of Thailand and Singapore using Panel Cointegration Test ".