Sarut Wittayarungruangsri works on advisory projects for sovereign clients and private companies, including feasibility studies, economic impact studies relating to free trade agreements (“FTAs”), and research design and analysis. His specialization is in the area of quantitative economic analysis and trade policy. He has conducted extensive research into the effects and implications of trade remedy measures, especially anti-dumping actions.
Dr. Wittayarungruangsri provides reports on the impact of FTAs, barriers to cross-border trade and investment, and trade negotiation strategies for government agencies. He also assists clients on customs related matters and on utilization of preferential treatment under FTAs.
Dr. Wittayarungruangsri is frequently invited to lecture at various universities on a range of topics, including economics, trade policy, and commercial policy. He has also given talks on anti-dumping regulations at venues in the US, Europe, and Thailand. His work on anti-dumping has been published in academic journals of international repute.
Before joining Bryan Cave International Consulting, Dr. Wittayarungruangsri was at Synovate (Thailand) where he provided business analyses and strategies for major commercial banks. Prior to that, he was at Fiscal Policy Research Institute (“FPRI”), engaging in many projects regarding Thailand’s international trade and industrial policies for various government agencies.
Dr. Wittayarungruangsri had served in the Sub-Committee on Budget Management Monitoring, the House of Representatives.
Bar and Court Admissions
University of Nottingham, Ph.D., 2005
University of Nottingham, M.S., 2001
Chulalongkorn University (Thailand), B.S., 2000