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    Key determinants of education quality of secondary schools in Bangkok 

    Pimsiri Pootrakul; Chindalak Vadhanasindhu (National Institute of Development Administration, 2014)

    This study aims to investigate the key determinants of the quality of education of upper-secondary schools in Thailand focusing on the Bangkok Metropolitan area. Among the 219 the upper-secondary schools located in the studied territory, 149 schools under the supervision of the Office of the Basic Education Commission, Bangkok Metropolitan Administration, the Office of the Higher Education Commission, and the Office of the Private Education Commission were randomly selected. This sample size provided a 95 percent confidence level for all statistical ...
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    Key factors affecting the success of organic agriculture policy implementation in thai local communities 

    Pasupha Chinvarasopak; Ponlapat Burakom (National Institute of Development Administration, 2015)

    Organic agriculture in Thailand officially became a public policy in 2005 and its current provisions are described in the Second National Strategic Plan for Organic Agriculture Development (2013-2016). While organic agriculture has been implemented for a decade and while the global growth rate of organic agriculture has increased; the amount of land dedicated to organic agriculture in Thailand has increased at a rate of only 0.1% annually and comprises only 0.2% of the total land in the nation under cultivation. This is in sharp contrast ...
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    Key psychological determinants of staff's job performance in department of tourism (Thailand) 

    Potjanee Muangsillapasart; Chindalak Vadhanasindhu, advisor (National Institute of Development Administration, 2012)
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    Key success factors in the organic agriculture policy implementation 

    Kulchaya Temchavala; Pairote Pathranarakul (National Institute of Development Administration, 2015)

    The objectives of the study of key success factors in the organic agriculture policy implementation was to identify problems of, obstacles to and restrictions on the putting the national organic agriculture policy into practice, to evaluate the success factors of implementing the organic agriculture policy, and to propose an organic agricultural policy model for sustainable policy implementation.
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    KICE ศูนย์กลางการประชุมใหม่ขอนแก่น 

    Unknown author (มติชน, 2018-02-21)

    KICE ศูนย์กลางการประชุมใหม่ขอนแก่น
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    Knowledge management practices and organizational performance : a case of the Royal Thai Air Force 

    Pranee Mooklai; Tippawan Lorsuwannarat (National Institute of Development Administration, 2014)

    The objectives of the research were 1) to develop a model of knowledge management practices and organizational performance, 2) to validate the relationship of knowledge management practices and organizational performance in the model, and 3) to suggest for the improvement of knowledge management practices and organizational performance. This study investigated one independent variable (knowledge management practices), one intervening variable (innovation) and one dependent variable (organizational performance). Both quantitative research ...
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    Knowledge transfer effectiveness of university-industry alliances 

    Patthareeya Lakpetch; Tippawan Lorsuwannarat, advisor (National Institute of Development Administration, 2009)
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    KOOLลุ้นไฮซีซั่นหนุนงบQ2กางแผนส่ง 3 กลยุทธ์หลักดันรายได้ปีนี้โต 

    Unknown author (ข่าวหุ้น, 2020-05-28)

    KOOL ส่งซิกไตรมาส 2 ดีสุดของปี ชูเป็นช่วงไฮซีซั่นของธุรกิจ คาดครึ่งปีหลังจะเริ่มมีออเดอร์จากโซนซีกโลกใต้มากขึ้น มั่นใจรายได้รวมปี 63 โต ชู 3 กลยุทธ์หลัก "เน้นขายออนไลน์-เพิ่มสินค้าสุขภาพ-สร้างตัวแทนหลักเพื่อการส่งออกที่ต่อเนื่อง"
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    KPI YEARBOOK 2561 

    สุรสิทธิ์ วชิรขจร (บริษัท เอ.พี. กราฟิค ดีไซน์และการพิมพ์ จำกัด, 2018-08)
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    KTIS ร่วมเปิดค่ายเยาวชน AEC 

    Unknown author (ไทยโพสต์, 2561-08-11)

    KTIS ร่วมเปิดค่ายเยาวชน AEC
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    L2 Writing processes of Thai graduate students 

    Petcharat Pongkasamepongon; Aree Manosuthikit (National Institute of Development Administration, 2018)

    This research article aims to discover L2 writing processes of Thai graduate students using the model of composing processes by Chenoweth and Hayes (2003). The participants were six graduate students from the Graduate School of Language and Communication. The participants were given an English argumentative writing task to complete while being observed through the use of the think-aloud protocol (TAP). Later, the participants were interviewed immediately after finishing the writing task. The finding validates the model of composing processes ...
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    Labor mobility across occupations, economic sectors, and geographical areas in Thailand 

    Yuwadee Sonsaneeyarat; Duanpen Theerawanviwat, chairperson (National Institute of Development Administration, 1997)

    The first part of this study applies a Markov chain model to investigate patterns of labor mobility across occupations, economic sectors, and geographical areas. These patterns of mobility are then compared between in peak and the off agricultural seasons. The second part investigates factors affecting single type of mobility and combination of various types of mobility using data from two levels as explanatory variables: individual and contextual. / Data for the study of mobility patterns is based on rounds 1 (off agricultural season) and 3 (peak ...
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    Labour force participation, time allocation and quality of life of the aged in Bangkok Metropolis 

    Khaisang Rukvanich; Suchart Prasith-rathsint, advisor (National Institute of Development Administration, 1992)

    The study investigates factors affecting the labour force participation and desire to work of elderly Bangkok residents. In addition the study analyzes the activities and time utilization of the working and nonworking elderly and investigates the respondents' quality of life.
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    Labour migration and human trafficking in Southeast Asia : critical perspectives 

    Schendel, Willem van.; Lyons, Lenore.; Ford, Michele. (Routledge, 2012)

    Since the signing of the UN Trafficking Protocol, anti-trafficking laws, policies and other initiatives have been implemented at the local, national and regional levels. These activities have received little scholarly attention. This volume aims to begin to fill this gap by documenting the micro-processes through which an anti-trafficking framework has been translated, implemented and resisted in mainland and island Southeast Asia. The detailed ethnographic accounts in this collection examine the everyday practices of the diverse range of actors ...
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    Labour standards and the U.S. Free Trade Agreements (FTAs) : implications for development countries 

    Tashmai Rikshasuta (International Institute for Trade and Development, 2008)

    This part of the research focuses on the Labour Chapter of the 4 US FTAs: US-Australia, US-Chile, CAFTA (Central American Free Trade Agreement), and US-Panama. The objective is to study guidelines of the US in determining labour conditions with its trading partners, and the implication of such Labour Chapters on the ILO Core Labour Standards and to study domestic labour laws in Vietnam, Bangladesh, Cambodia, and Thailand to examine relevance of domestic laws in each country with ILO Core Labour Standards in an attempt to determine whether: ...
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    Labour standards and trade : the case of Bangladesh 

    Philip S. Robertson Jr. (International Institute for Trade and Development, 2008)

    With the phase out of the Multi-Fiber Agreement and the end of guaranteed quotas for Bangladesh garment products in the EU and the US, the RMG industry of Bangladesh faces many competitive challenges. The increased focus of international brands on ensuring garment producers in their supply chains comply with codes of conducts has created a stronger linkage between labour standards and trade than has heretofore been experience by Bangladesh’s RMG industry.
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    Labour standards and trade : the case of Cambodia 

    Voravidh Charoenloet (International Institute for Trade and Development, 2008)

    Cambodia has battled through a hegemonic era with powerful nations and through its horrific and fratricidal civil war and remarkably emerged with a constitution after peace negotiations in 1991. This event marked a major turning point from a one party nation to democracy. It also transformed Cambodia’s centralised economic structure to a market economy. In 1992, Cambodia promulgated a new labour law that provided significant labour protection to its workers by incorporating international labour standards and conventions. At the same time, the ...
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    Labour standards and trade: the case of Thailand 

    Chokchai Suttawet (International Institute for Trade and Development, 2008)

    The issue of labour standards and trade has become increasingly important in the international trade arena. Hence, research on trade and labour-related policies is highly important to governments of developing countries and other important stakeholders, such as companies and their workforce. Consequently, this research project on “Labour Standards and Trade: the Case of Thailand” aimed to achieve three main objectives: 1. Studying various international labour standards adopted by Thailand; 2. Examining conditions and problems of different ...
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    Labour standards and trade: the case of Viet Nam 

    Lae Dilokvidhyarat (International Institute for Trade and Development, 2008)

    Viet Nam’s economic expansion, measured in terms of per-capita income, imports and exports, and the expansion of economic institutions which support the market-oriented economy, (including the banking sector, stock markets and especially the manufacturing sector for export of textile, garments and footwear) has become increasingly visible in global commerce in recent years. The expansion of labour intensive industries, with low-cost labour as investment incentives, is a phenomenon that draws the attention of foreign investment capital by businesses ...
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    The Law of Volenti non fit injuria : A Comparative Study of Thai - United State  

    Phanupong Pongsachai; Chanit Suntapan (NIDA, 5/15/19)

    Volenti non fit injuria is a concept developed by the Roman legal system that focuses on the presentation of the intent of the person, in other words, if the person expresses his will, it must accept the result. The intent is whether the result is good or bad. The United States is one country that influenced the concept of Volenti non fit injuria of Roman law system, although inherited from England again. At present, the United States has enacted the provisions of Section 496A of the Restatement of law (Second), of tort, defining definitions and ...