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Thailand is a country defined within the Copyright Evidence wiki.

The following studies include coverage of this country (9):

Andrés (2006b)Andrés, A. R. (2006). Software piracy and income inequality. Applied Economics Letters, 13(2), 101-105.
Branstetter, Fisman and Foley (2006)Branstetter, L.G., Fisman, R., & Foley, C. F. (2006). Do stronger intellectual property rights increase international technology transfer? Empirical evidence from U.S. firm-level panel data. The Quarterly Journal of Economics, 121(1), 321-349.
Giletti (2012)Giletti, T., Why Pay if it’s Free? Streaming, Downloading and Digital Music Consumption in the “iTunes Era”, (2012)
Handke, Guibault and Vallbe (2015)Handke, C., Guibault, L., & Vallbé, J. J. (2015). Is Europe Falling Behind in Data Mining? Copyright's Impact on Data Mining in Academic Research. Copyright's Impact on Data Mining in Academic Research (May 20, 2015).
Kini, Ramakrishna and Vijayaraman (2003)Kini, R. B., Ramakrishna, H. V., & Vijayaraman, B. S. (2003). An exploratory study of moral intensity regarding software piracy of students in Thailand. Behaviour & Information Technology, 22(1), 63-70.
Kuchma (2011)Kuchma, I (2011). Report on the implementation of open content licenses in developing and transition countries.
Moores and Esichaikul (2011)Moores, T. T., & Esichaikul, V. (2011). Socialization and software piracy: A study. Journal of Computer Information Systems, 51(3), 1.
Poort et al (2018)Poort, J., Quintais, J.P., van der Ende, M., Yagafarova, A., and Haeraats, M. (2018) Global Online Piracy Study.
Quintais and Poort (2019)Quintais, J. and Poort, J. (2019) The Decline of Online Piracy: How Markets – Not Enforcement – Drive Down Copyright Infringement. American University International Law Review, 34(4), pp. 807-876