About the Journal

Aims and Scope

The Thammasat Review is a peer-reviewed journal published by the Research Administration Division of Thammasat University. The journal has been publishing articles since 1996 and started its online platform in 2014. Its primary focus is on advancing academic debates and enhancing the development of knowledge within the social sciences and humanities in the broadest sense of the terms. All submissions go through initial screening by our editorial team prior to a double blind peer-reviewed process by two anonymous referees that are highly regarded within their field. The journal accepts English-language manuscripts of original research and review articles which have never been published elsewhere. With journals accepting articles in the category of academic articles, research articles, book reviews and case studies etc.

Areas covered in our journal include:

– Humanities
– Political Economy
– Economics
– Business and Management Sciences
– International Politics
– Law
– History
– Liberal Arts
– Sociology and anthropology

A necessary condition for publication in Thammasat Review is that the answer to a research question needs to make a significant scholarly contribution to the service of society, promotion of arts and culture, social equality and social justices under the philosophies of constitution and democracy.

Thammasat Review is published two volumes per annum (June and December) with support from Thammasat University, however the opinions expressed are those of the authors.

Print ISSN: 0859-5747

Online ISSN: 2630-0303

Language: English

Publication Fee: Free

Open Access Policy

This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public. 

Publication Charges

There are no charges to submit and publish an article in the Thammasat Review journal. All articles published in our journal are open access and are freely and widely available to all readers via the journal website.