รหัสดีโอไอ 10.14456/rjsh.2022.8
Creator Pathathai Sinliamthong
Title Electronic Payment System: Types, Trends, and its Impacts on Thai Economy
Contributor Issara Suwanragsa, Pallapa Srivalosakul, Nopphon Tangjitprom, Chainarin Srinutshasad
Publisher Rangsit University
Publication Year 2022
Journal Title Rangsit Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities
Journal Vol. 9
Journal No. 1
Page no. 92-107
Keyword E-payments, Internet banking, Mobile banking, E-Money, private consumption expenditure growth, economic growth
URL Website https://rjsh.rsu.ac.th/
ISSN 2539-5513
Abstract Electronic Payment helps enhancing economic growth, promoting online trading, decreasing cash holding, and reducing friction in trade transactions, resulting in an increase in private consumption expenditure (PCE) and real gross domestic product (RGDP) in the country. There are various forms of E-payments; however, the examination of each type of E-payments regarding its trends and impacts on the emerging economy is still limited. The present study fills this gap by exploring types, trends, and relationships between E-payments and the impacts on Thai economy. Literature review was employed to explore the characteristics of each type of E-payments. Descriptive statistics was applied to explore the trends of E-payments during 2010-2020. Pearson correlations and regression analysis using Newey-West standard errors were employed to analyze the effects of E-payments growth on PCE growth and RGDP growth in Thailand. The results indicated that E-payments were significantly and positively related to PCE growth and RGDP growth. Payment transactions via Internet/Mobile banking and E-Money increased remarkably, while transactions via ATM cards decreased over time. Transactions via debit cards remained stable, whereas transactions via credit cards showed a slightly increasing trend. Credit cards, Internet/Mobile banking, and E-Money positively and significantly related to PCE growth and RGDP growth, while there were no relationships between ATM cards relating to PCE growth and RGDP growth in Thailand. Overall, a 1% growth in E-payments results in 0.13% growth in PCE and 0.12% growth in RGDP.
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Pathathai Sinliamthong และ Issara Suwanragsa; Pallapa Srivalosakul; Nopphon Tangjitprom; Chainarin Srinutshasad. (2022) Electronic Payment System: Types, Trends, and its Impacts on Thai Economy. Rangsit Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, 9(1), 92-107.
Pathathai Sinliamthong และ Issara Suwanragsa; Pallapa Srivalosakul; Nopphon Tangjitprom; Chainarin Srinutshasad. "Electronic Payment System: Types, Trends, and its Impacts on Thai Economy". Rangsit Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities 9 (2022):92-107.
Pathathai Sinliamthong และ Issara Suwanragsa; Pallapa Srivalosakul; Nopphon Tangjitprom; Chainarin Srinutshasad. Electronic Payment System: Types, Trends, and its Impacts on Thai Economy. Rangsit University:ม.ป.ท. 2022.