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    L2 WRITING PROCESSES OF THAI GRADUATE STUDENTS 

    Petcharat Pongkasamepongon; Aree Manosuthikit (NIDA, 4/20/19)

    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 ...
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    Leadership behavior, learning organization culture and employee involvement climate effecting organizational effectiveness : a study of Thai energy sector 

    Watit Intuluck; Chindalak Vadhanasindhu (National Institute of Development Administration, 2014)

    The objectives of this dissertation are (1) to identify characteristics oftransformational leadership behaviors, learning organization culture, employeeinvolvement climate and organizational effectiveness among four main publicenterprises within the Thai energy sector, (2) to explore the relationships amongtransformational leadership behaviors, learning organization culture, and employeeinvolvement climate on organizational effectiveness within the Thai energy sector, (3)to propose a structural model of organizational effectiveness regarding the ...
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    Learning within and across international development projects : Case studies in the health sector of Lao pdr 

    Malaython Phanavanh; Suchitra Punyaratabandhu (National Institute of Development Administration, 2015)

    Having realized its limited capacity, Lao People’s Democratic Republic (Lao PDR) relies on foreign assistance and concessional loans from multilateral and bilateral development agencies to support social development programs. To ensure effectiveness and efficiency of grant fund management, the development partners impose several requirements and conditions for compliance. To satisfy the donor requirements and achieve project goals on time, project learning is highly important and needed. Thus, the purpose of this study was to explore firstly ...
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    Legal issues concerning the transfer of appropriations 

    Preekasem Pratchayapruit; Chanit Suntapan (NIDA, 5/2/19)

             To transfer annual expenditure is one of the most important process within executive department as a results, it increase flexibility and easiness responding both economic and social changing by governmental policy or social demand in order to maximize the benefits to society at large. Even money transaction required to change the definition in Budget Expenditure Transfer Act considered by legislative branch, though the predictable annual expenditure might be different. In case of that, to transfer annual expenditure is important mechanism ...
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    Legal Measure for the protection on choreographer right 

    Supattra Kumpa; Wariya Lamlert (NIDA, 8/2/19)

    The primary purposes of this research are (1) to study the concept of theory of copyright protection of choreographers, (2) to investigate and compare the Laws of Thailand regarding the creative level of choreography by comparing studies with the international law, (3) to study and analyze the protection of Choreographers’ rights that are currently protected by copyright laws in Thailand by making comparisons between copyright laws of Thailand and international copyright law abroad (United States and Australia), and (4) to find solutions and ...
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    Legal Measures for Animal Protection and Animal Welfare from Public Display or Exhibitions 

    Kanlayanee Theerawongpinyo; Varaporn Vanaphituk (NIDA, 5/17/19)

              The objectives of this research were the following: 1) to study meanings, concepts, and principles of animal protection and welfare provisions used with animals in shows; 2) to investigate legal measures and animal welfare provisions that apply to animals in shows in the United States, Australia, and Singapore; 3) to study the legal status of animals in foreign countries and in Thailand related to issues of exhibiting animals in shows and the scope of law enforcement scope as well issues related to limiting the rights and freedoms of ...
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    Legal pluralism in Indonesia : bridging the unbridgeable 

    Lukito, Ratno. (Routledge, 2013)

    With the revival of Islamic law and adat (customary) law in the country, this book investigates the history and phenomenon of legal pluralism in Indonesia. It looks at how the ideal of modernity in Indonesia has been characterized by a state-driven effort in the post-colonial era to make the institution of law an inseparable part of national development. Focusing on the aspects of political and ‘conflictual’ domains of legal pluralism in Indonesia, the book discusses the understanding of the state’s attitude and behaviour towards the three ...
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    A Legal Problem regarding a Control of Food Safety and Food Quality 

    Natrapee Wongchanadech; Chanit Suntapun (NIDA, 9/11/19)

    This thesis aims to study issues related to food safety in the supply chain with regards to a quality control system as well as a preventive method for any problems that might be occurred from unsafe food by applying existing legal procedure. The research is a qualitative research. The author gathered legal information and legal documents in relation to a quality control system, a quality control operation and prevention under Thai and foreign laws, namely European Union and People’s Republic of China. In addition, the research used a quantitative ...
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    Legal Problems on Information Technology Management Justice Process  

    Thitiphong Phiwatwuttigul; Chanit Suntapan (NIDA, 5/14/19)

    The aim of this thesis is study the legal issues about information technology management. According to the National Institute of Justice Development Act, 2006, and the Guidelines for the Filing of Information Technology for the Republic of Korea and the United States of America. Include analysis of legal problems and obstacles, and find guidelines for measures to manage information technology. The National Justice Administration Development Act, 2006, is designed to provide the justice work needed to create order in society. Both in terms of ...
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    Level trends determinants and demographic consequences of contraceptive sterilization in Thailand 

    Tuangtip Chantra; Pichit Pitaktepsombati, advisor (National Institute of Development Administration, 1995)

    The purposes of this study is to find out levels and trends of contraceptive sterilization in Thailand during the past decade by using data collected from the Family Planning Unit, Dept of Health as indicators. The findings indicate an increasing trend in female contraceptive sterilization but a decreasing trend in male contraceptive sterlization. The study on determinants of contraceptive sterilization used the data from the survey of "Contraceptive Use Patterns in Thailand", by the Institute for Population and Social Research, Mahidlo University. ...
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    LIFE CYCLE COST ANALYSIS OF END-OF-LIFE VEHICLE TO EXAMINE THE ECONOMIC FEASIBILITY AND MANAGEMENT POLICY IN THAILAND 

    Pongsak Wonglertkunakorn; Aweewan Panyagometh (NIDA, 3/12/19)

    A vehicle that is no longer used is called an End-of-Life Vehicle (ELV). ELV management is a crucial issue that is addressed by many countries who are keen to reduce waste and improve the ELV treatment process. In developed countries, regardless of the different policies they chose, ELV management is stable and systematic. In Thailand, there is no direct law or regulation for ELV management. In addition, the current policy promotes the use of old cars because the annual tax registration renewal fee is reduced from year six by ten percent every ...