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Ms T. (Thidaporn) Sirithaporn LLM


  • Faculty of Law
    Tax Law
  • Visiting address
    BG 13a
    Nieuwe Doelenstraat 15  
  • Postal address:
    Nieuwe Doelenstraat  15
    1012 CP  Amsterdam
  • T.Sirithaporn@uva.nl

Current Position

Thidaporn (Thida) Sirithaporn is a PhD candidate at the Amsterdam Centre for Tax Law (ACTL) since 2012, conducting research within the scope of the ACTL research programme on Tax Sovereignty versus Globalisation  led by Prof.Dr.Dennis Weber. Her research focuses on the influence of regional tax integration on national tax sovereignty with the core objective being to try and establish sound principles for a regional tax regulatory framework model within ASEAN by analysing the relationship between regional tax regulatory framework and its influence on national tax sovereignty drawing from the experiences of the EU which has most closely integrated. The significance therefore of the thesis will be to examine this dynamic and contribute to the extant literature relating to tax integration frameworks for regional trade blocs. It would also attempt to provide practical and reasoned proposals for relevant ASEAN authorities.

Background

Thida obtained her LLB (first class honours) from Chulalongkorn University, Thailand in 2003, she majored in business law. After obtaining her bachelor degree, she obtained her LLMs from both the University of Cambridge, UK (2005) and the University of Virginia, USA (2006) focusing her studies on business laws with an emphasis on competition laws.      
In 2008, Thida was appointed as a permanent member of the law faculty at Chulalongkorn University and lectured in various courses, for example, Law on Business Organisations, Competition Law, International Trade Law etc. In 2009, she was appointed as the deputy director of the LLM (Finance and Tax Law) programme. In this capacity she had the opportunity to engage with professional and fellow academics in research projects for a number of Thai government departments including: the Ministry of Commerce - the initial project focused on the extent to which modification of Thai domestic trade laws and regulations would be necessitated to support existing and upcoming free trade negotiation/flow. A second project was an investigation of the extent to which Thai competition law regarding the process of filing the complaint needed amending through a case study of EU regulations; Minister of Industry - the project involved providing guidelines for drafting/amending the current law to promote outward foreign direct investment; National Broadcasting Telecommunication Commission - involved in drafting regulations pertaining to foreign ownership and control within the telecommunication sector.

Publications

  • Sirithaporn T. Opportunity for Thai Investors in Chinese Financial Market,  In: Kasikorn Bank Group, editor, Chinese Economy and Regulation: Reformat Crossroad Facing the Global Financial Crisis.  Bangkok: Kasikorn Bank Group Publication; 2012: 37-43. (Thai)
  • Sirithaporn T. Pattern of Laws and Illusion of Injustice: A Case Study on Adverse Possession of Immovable Property Part IIThailand Economic and Business Review , Feb. 2012: 46-49. (Thai)
  • Sirithaporn T.  Pattern of Laws and Illusion of Injustice: A Case Study on Adverse Possession of Immovable Property Part I,   Thailand Economic and Business Review, Jan. 2012: 46-49.  (Thai)
  • Sirithaporn T. The Application of Economic Evidence in Judicial Proceedings , Journal of Thai Justice System, Oct.-Nov. 2009: 59-83. (Thai) 
  • Chuerboonchai T., Sirithaporn T. The 2007 Constitution of the Kingdom of Thailand, Seoul: Korea Legislation Research Institute; 2008.
  • Sirithaporn T. Contemporary International Issues and their Impact on Competition Law - A Comparative Study , Chulalongkorn Law Review , 27-1 (2008): 137-177

2014

  • Weber, D., & Sirithaporn, T. (2014). Legal certainty, Legitimate Expectations, Legislative Drafting, Harmonization and Legal Enforcement in EU Tax Law. In C. Brokelind (Ed.), Principles of law: function, status and impact in EU tax law. (pp. 235-272). Amsterdam: IBFD. [details]
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