About the Journal
Aims and Scope
Since 1996, Thammasat Review has published high-quality articles in-print but started its online platform in 2014. Drawing on Thammasat University’s strong reputation and long tradition in encouraging academic freedom, Thammasat Review’s primary focus is to advance scholarly debates and enhance the development of knowledge within the social sciences and humanities in the broadest sense of the terms. Thammasat Review invites manuscripts with a special focus on Thailand and Asia on a wide range of topics in the following disciplines:
- Political sciences
- Business and management sciences
- International politics
- Liberal arts
- Sociology and anthropology
Thammasat Review welcomes manuscripts, written in English, in the following categories:
- Research articles
- Review articles
- Case studies
- Book reviews
Thammasat Review publishes two issues a year focusing on twelve to fourteen manuscripts per issue:
Thammasat Review is currently indexed in the Tier1-Thai-Journal Citation Index (TCI) and the ASEAN Citation Index (ACI). The journal has adopted a double-blinded review policy whereby both the author(s) and reviewers remain anonymous throughout the process
Open Access Policy
This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle of making research freely accessible to the public.
There are no charges in connection with submitting and publishing an article in the Thammasat Review. All articles published in our journal are open access and freely and widely available to all readers via the journal website.
Thammasat Review with registered number ISSN (Print) 0859-5747; ISSN (Online) 2630-0303 have been indexed in:
- ASEAN Citation Index (ACI)
- Thailand Citation Index (TCI-1)
- Google Scholar
Thammasat University (TU) was established on 27 June 1934 making it the second oldest and most prestigious public university in Thailand. Throughout its 88 years since its inception, Thammasat University’s Faculty members and students have played a leading role in various social and political movements which have influenced the making of Thailand’s contemporary societal, economic and political landscapes. Most prominent was in the 1970s when the University became the epicentre of student uprising which called for political reform and the people’s freedom’s to be protected via a new constitution and the restoration of parliamentary democracy. This long tradition for upholding freedom, democracy and ethics as reflected in the University’s motto, “I love Thammasat because Thammasat teaches me to love the people”, still continues in contemporary times. Notable examples include the 2011 floods when the University became a temporary shelter for those who had lost their homes and in 2021 when the University offered to be a vaccination centre in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.