- Current students
School of Applied Business
PhD Exeter, MA Exeter, BA Econ Thammasat, BA Com Sukhothai
Nonthipoth obtained his PhD in Finance from the University of Exeter, United Kingdom, where he also worked as a Graduate Teaching Assistant in the Xfi Centre for Finance and Investment.
Nonthipoth's research interests include time variations in the equity premium and asset pricing.
Prior to becoming an academic, Nonthipoth worked as a researcher for a research project funded by the Asian Development Bank in which he also work in collaboration with a team of national consultants from the UNESCO Principal Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific.
Buranavityawut, N., & Freeman, M. (2015). Unemployment risk and the time-varying equity premium before the twenty-first century. Accounting and Finance Association of Australia and New Zealand (AFAANZ), Hobart, Australia.
Buranavityawut, N. (2013). The effects of investor sentiment and the conditional volatility in New Zealand stock market. Auckland Region Accounting Conference, Auckland, New Zealand.