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    Innovative leadership affecting organizational performance through organizational culture, strategy of the medium enterprises 

    Kunnaree Thanomsuk; Boon-anan Phinaitrup (National Institute of Development Administration, 2016)

    This research aims to 1) study the level of innovative leadership and organizational performance of the medium enterprises, 2) study the relationship among innovative leadership, organizational culture, and strategy that affect organizational performance of the medium enterprises, and 3) establish and validate the consistency of the causal model of the innovative leadership that affects organizational culture, strategy, and organizational performance of the medium enterprises, which has been developed with empirical data. Samples consist ...
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    Institutional and resource dependence determinants of environmental management system adoption in Thai manufacturing firms 

    Pornlert Arpanutud; Tippawan Lorsuwannarat, chairperson (National Institute of Development Administration, 2003)
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    Institutional logics in child rearing: a case study of early childhood with developmental delay in Cha-Am district, Phetchaburi province 

    Thannaphat Khotsing; Phichai Ratanatilaka Na Bhuket (National Institute of Development Administration, 2020)

    The purposes of this research included 1) to study the relation between family determinants and child development in Cha-am District, Phetchaburi Province, 2) to examine the parental practices of families and identify the sets of institutional logics found in the field of child rearing, and 3) to investigate and analyze the sets of institutional logic in the child-rearing field related to developmental delay. Multiphase mixed-methods research applying qualitative and quantitative research was used for the research design. It was found that 33.3% ...
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    Instructional Design that Affect Learning Effectiveness  through Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs)  of the Generation Y Workers in Bangkok 

    Benyasikarn Kanjanathanaseth; เบญญศิกานต์ กาญจนาธนเสฏฐ์; Chaiyuth Chinokul; ชัยยุทธ ชิโนกุล; Chaiyuth Chinokul; ชัยยุทธ ชิโนกุล (National Institute of Development Administration, 4/6/2021)

    The objectives of this research were to analyze the structural designs, contributing factors, learning data, and overall benefits of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) for Generation Y people in Bangkok. This survey research was based on both quantitative and qualitative  data. The sample consisted of 355 people employed in Bangkok and born between 1981 and 1999. They participated in Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) from service providers in Thailand and completed a survey about their experience. The measures used to analyze the data were ...
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    Integrated budgeting in Thailand : A case study of the narcotic integrated budget plan 

    Jaroowan Wichayaapa; Nuttakrit Powintara (National Institute of Development Administration, 2018)

    This study aims to provide information on an integrated budgeting plan in Thailand detailing the planning and implementation of development and its challenges, with an attempt at making the concept of integrated planning less impervious by exploring contemporary meanings and mechanisms of integrated planning for a Thailand Narcotic Integral Budgeting Plan. This study attempts to explore the concept that uses an integrated policy for Thailand through a case study of the Narcotic Integrated Budgeting Plan. The effort also covers the effectiveness ...
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    Integrated management model of day spas in Thailand 

    Pornphen Lalitnuntikul; Kassara Sukpatch (National Institute of Development Administration, 2014)

    Day spa as a business unit is capable of generating meaningful revenue if properly managed. This study was set out to study the contexts of day spa management in Thailand and to study the tourists’ attitudes towards day spas in Thailand in order to develop an integrated management model for day spas in Thailand. The integrated management model is practical and efficient for day spas in Thailand to use for both return on investment and environmental concerns. It encompasses finance, training, new development, customers’ satisfactions, quality ...
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    Integrated model of public policy formulation by stakeholders in the Thai rice strategy implementation 

    Wareerat Srisathidwattana; Montree Socatiyanurak (National Institute of Development Administration, 2018)

    The purpose of this study was to 1) to study the integrated model of public policy formulation by stakeholders in the implementation of the Thai rice strategy 2) to analyze factors influencing Thai rice public policy and 3) to develop an integrated model of public policy formulation by the stakeholders in the implementation of the Thai rice strategy. This research was conducted adopting a qualitative approach. Data collection was done by studying and reviewing relevant literature, including in-depth interviews and observations of key informants. ...
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    Integrated secure multipath mobile ad hoc network 

    Supachote Lertvorratham; Pipat Hiranvanichakorn, advisor (National Institute of Development Administration, 2010)

    The dramatic growth of wireless communication technology today makes wireless equipment affordable and widely used. In a situation where a temporary wireless network needs to be established but fixed-base station is not available, a mobile ad hoc network can be implemented. For implementing a mobile ad hoc network, I realize that there are some challenges. Firstly, most of mobile ad hoc network routings rely on establishment of minimum hops route. I argue in this case that there can be some other metrics, which can be used to establish a better ...
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    Interactional metadiscourse markers in applied linguistics research articles: a cross-cultural and cross-sectional analysis 

    Thapanee Musiget; Kanyarat Getkham (National Institute of Development Administration, 2017)

    This study examines how interactional metadiscourse markers, written by native and non-native English writers in English applied linguistics research articles, are cross-culturally and cross-sectionally used. The selection of five leading journals, Journal of Second Language Writing, Language Learning, English for Specific Purposes, Studies in Second Language Acquisition and Reading and Writing, was based on SCImago Journal Rank 2014. A total number of 60 research articles were randomly selected. The model of analysis was suggested by Hyland’s ...
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    Interactional Patterns of Thai politicians' answers during broadcast tv interviews 

    Kornkamol Waiyaraphutra; Jirapa Abhakorn (National Institute of Development Administration, 2016)

    Though a number of studies reveal different discursive techniques used by politicians during live interviews, few has been conducted in Thai political contexts. This study examines patterns of answering developed by the Thai politicians to respond to different types of questions in broadcast news interviews during an electoral campaign for Bangkok governor in 2013. With an application of conversation analysis (CA), this study also reveals the relationship between the interviewer (IR) and the interviewees’ (IEs) discursive and cooperative ...
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    Intercultural communication in the employment of burmese workers by local business in Southern Thailand 

    Preeda Nakaray; Yubol Benjarongkij (สถาบันบัณพิตพัฒนบริหารศาสตร์, 2017)

    The aims of this present study are: 1) to investigate intercultural communications between Thai employers and Burmese workers in the south of Thailand; 2) to compare their attitudes towards Thai and Burmese cultures; and 3) to examine relationship between their personal and organization factors and adaptive abilities. A mixed-methods research design was employed. An in-depth interview was conducted with Thai employers and Burmese employees to provide qualitative data. For the quantitative part a questionnaire was distributed for data ...
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    Intergovernmental networks in Thailand : the initiative in Lampang, Kanchanaburi, and Rayong Provinces 

    Atchara Worasinchai; Chandra-nuj Mahakanjana, advisor (National Institute of Development Administration, 2011)

    One of the important roles of local government in Thailand is “public service.” In the past, local governments there were limited to this role, but now the central government has delegated more functions to the local governments, which has resulted in local governments having more responsibilities than before. Moreover, some of their duties have become more complicated and difficult to manage, e.g., environmental and infrastructural management. The public service of local government can be improved by using various means; the encouragement of ...
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    Intergovernmental transfer in Thailand : a test of horizontal equity 

    Darunee Pumkaew; Achakorn Wongpreedee (National Institute of Development Administration, 2015)

    This research proved the existing fiscal equality of the intergovernmental grant allocation. The research objectives were 1) to investigate the intergovernmental transfer in Thailand and to test the hypothesis on horizontal fiscal balance among the local governments, 2) to conduct a qualitative study with an emphasis on general grant and specific grant allocation in order to strengthen the horizontal fiscal balance, and 3) to provide recommendations to policymakers and concerned parties on the ement of grant allocation. The mixed method was ...
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    International marketing communication: a case study of Thai spa products and services in the United Arab Emirates 

    Alhuda Chanitphattana; Jitraporn Sudhivoraseth (National Institute of Development Administration)

    The objectives of this research, International Marketing Communications: A Case Study of Thai Spa Products and Services in the United Arab Emirates are 1) To study marketing communication between Thailand and overseas in terms of product export and service of spa business in the United Arab Emirates; 2) To study beliefs, cultures, and lifestyle of the Muslim people in the United Arab Emirates; 3) To study satisfaction and expectations of spa users in the United Arab Emirates towards product and service of Thai spa businesses; 4) To study ...
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    Interorganizational collaboration effectiveness : a study of international joint programs between Vietnamese Higher Education Institutions and foreign academic partners 

    Phuong Ngoc Duy Nguyen; Suchitra Punyaratabandhu, advisor (National Institute of Development Administration, 2012)

    Drawing on modern management theory, organization theory, and empirical studies in the field of education, this paper seeks to examine inter-organizational collaboration (IOC) effectiveness in the field of higher education. The study focuses on the relationship between Vietnamese Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) and foreign academic partners in international joint programs (JPs). The objectives of this study are: 1) to identify the determinants of IOC, aimed at achieving effectiveness of IOC in JPs between Vietnamese HEIs and foreign counterparts; ...
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    Suwadee Bunmajarinon; สุวดี บุญมาจรินนท์; Kanokkarn Kaewnuch; กนกกานต์ แก้วนุช; National Institute of Development Administration. The Graduate School of Tourism Management; Kanokkarn Kaewnuch; กนกกานต์ แก้วนุช (National Institute of Development Administration, 7/1/2023)

      The objectives of this research are 1) To explore cultural capital that leads to memorable tourism experience and the types of interpreters for community-based cultural tourism destination, 2) To study the millennial generation tourist behavior in using the interpretation of tourist activities in community-based cultural tourism destination, 3) To compare the level of perceived value of importance and performance of the interpretation of tourism activities contributing the memorable tourism experience for millennial generation tourist in ...
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    Interrelationship among human capital, structural capital and relational capital in the intellectual capital and their effects on performance of Thai private universities 

    Chalida Kanjanajuta; Wichai Utsahajit (National Institute of Development Administration, 2016)

    Today global transforming into a knowledge-based economymore rapidly even in the developing countries, the major role of intellectual capital (comprise of human capital, structural capital and relational capital) that effects and impacts on performance and sustainability in every organization is becoming more and more prominent. It is represented and promoted as the organization's most valuable resource for establishing the sustainable business and organization’s wealth; also it is recognized as the most important source of organizations' ...
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    Inversion of web service invocation using publish/subscribe push-based architecture 

    Thanisa Numnonda; Rattakorn Poonsuph, advisor (National Institute of Development Administration, 2012)

    Among enterprise application integration solutions, Web Service is a promising technology to achieve the interoperability in heterogeneous environments. However, traditional Web Service invocation may lead to unnecessary network traffic, long response time, and bottleneck problems at service providers. While a publish/subscribe model provides an advantage of prompt notification which can eliminate unnecessary network traffic, its achievement in interoperability is still limited. By integrating Web Service technologies with a publish/subscribe ...
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    Investigation of credit rating agency payment scheme to improve profit abilityand rating quality 

    Kittiphod Charoontham; Thunyarat Amornpetchkul (National Institute of Development, 2017)

    This dissertation aims to examine the impact of incentive compensation mechanism on encouraging credit rating agencies (CRAs) to exert effort in the rating evaluation process and report ratings truthfully. Two analytical studies: one focusing on the CRA’s effort and rating decisions, and the other focusing on the investor’s information acquisition decision and the resulting CRA’s behavior, are conducted.
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    ISO adoption in Thai public hospitals : institutional and strategic choice perspectives 

    Pharkphoom Rukhamate; Pichit Pitaktepsombati, chairperson (National Institute of Development Administration, 2003)