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    University student loyalty model : structural equation modelling of student loyalty in autonomous, state, transformed, and private universities in Bangkok 

    Viriya Taecharungroj; Kasemsarn Chotchakornpant (สถาบันบัณฑิตพัฒนบริหารศาสตร์, 2013)

    University student loyalty is a key factor that contributes to the long-term growth and survivability of the university through financial stability, increased enrolment, and better reputation. The objective of this research is to develop a comprehensive university student loyalty model that incorporates important constructs in a service quality dimension and a relationship quality dimension as well as image and reputation perception. The model is tested using the structural equation modelling approach. The multiple group analysis is conducted ...
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    University-industry interaction and project's performance on innovation : perspective of university's researcher 

    Atthapong Sakunsriprasert; Chindalak Vadhanasindhu, advisor (National Institute of Development Administration, 2009)
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    Unlocking the "black box" in the talent management employee performance relationship : evidence from the Ghanaian banking sector 

    Mensah, James Kwame; Nisada Wedchayanon (National Institute of Development Administration, 2015)

    Recent years have witnessed ever-increasing focus on the effective management of people that represent special significance to their organisations’ success, and perhaps this has been one of the most important developments in human resource management (HRM). Specifically, talent management (TM) has been the focus and centre of attention of both HRM scholars and practitioners since it entered the managerial lexicon in the 1990s. From the work of the McKinsey consultants, the field of TM has gain much respect and attention across corporate ...
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    Unraveling the enigma of internationalization : the case of Thai manufacturing small and medium-sized enterprises 

    Apichart Thananan; Juree Vichit-Vadakan (National Institute of Development Administration, 2015)

    Globalization, together with the reduction in trade barriers and development in information and communication technology, provide an opportunity for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to expand their business into foreign markets. SME internationalization has been widely researched in developed countries but little is known about how and why internationalization takes place in the developing countries and this lack of evidence in the literature provides strong grounds for this study.
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    Urbanization-Regionalism and Voting Behavior in Thailand: Spatial Regression Model 

    Sutthasinee Lampasri; Arnond Sakworawich (NIDA, 3/11/19)

    This study aims at exploring the relationship between urbanization and latest voting behavior (2011) in Thailand using spatial error regression analysis. Urbanization index has been constructed by principal component analysis, and two components are revealed, namely urban socioeconomic index (USEI) and urban density index (UDI). Vote share is gathered from Election Commission of Thailand and its variety is measured by normalized entropy derived from information theory. This study supports a tale of two democracy theory of Anek Laothamatas in ...
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    The uses and gratifications of food information sharing among househusbands and housewives on Facebook 

    Siras Pankow; Pornpun Prajaknate (NIDA, 6/7/17)

    In this present research, the uses and gratification theory was used to examine househusbands and housewives’ needs toward food information sharing behaviors on Facebook. The respondents of this research were Facebook users, ages between 25 and 65 years old. Online survey were distributed to 414 respondents (131 male and 283 female) who joined food and cooking community Facebook groups which have more than ten thousand members. To be eligible for survey, respondent must share food information on Facebook fanpage at least one time in three ...
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    A VALUE-ADDED MODEL IN FOOD TOURISM SERVICES: A CASE STUDY OF STREET FOOD IN BANGKOK, THAILAND  

    Cheewanan Wuttipan; Kanokkarn Kaewnuch (NIDA, 3/8/19)

    A Street food in Thailand offers food and beverage for local people in everyday life reflecting their own way of life and local culture and becoming a great tourist attraction. Bangkok is a case of this study where is one of the best cities in the world for the street food. Previous studies have shown that adding value to products and services can lead to a creation of memorable experience for customers. Indeed, the adding value is able to maintain customers and succeed a long-run for businesses. The purpose of this study was to create a value-added ...
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    Valuing cultural heritage: a contingent valuation study of temples in Chiang Saen 

    Pongsan Sanyakamdhorn; Udomsak Seenprachawong (National Institute of Development Administration, 2017)

    This paper presents a study of willingness to pay of Thai population to preserve historic temples in Chiang Saen, ancient city in Chiang Rai, Thailand as those temples are at risk of degradation and deterioration.  This study aims to estimate the factors that affect willingness to pay of people for cultural heritage in Chiang Saen and to investigate willingness to pay and its attributions. The contingent valuation method was used as a valuation technique to conduct an economic valuation of non-market values of preservation of the ancient temples. ...
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    Valuing cultural heritage: A contingent valuation study of temples in Chiang Saen 

    Pongsan Sanyakamdhorn; Udomsak Seenprachawong (สถาบันบัณฑิตพัฒนบริหารศาสตร์, 2017)

    This paper presents a study of willingness to pay of Thai population to preserve historic temples in Chiang Saen, ancient city in Chiang Rai, Thailand as those temples are at risk of degradation and deterioration.  This study aims to estimate the factors that affect willingness to pay of people for cultural heritage in Chiang Saen and to investigate willingness to pay and its attributions. The contingent valuation method was used as a valuation technique to conduct an economic valuation of non-market values of preservation of the ancient temples. ...
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    Variance estimation for adaptive cluster sampling with a single primary unit and the partially systematic adaptive cluster sampling 

    Urairat Netharn; Dryver, Arthur L, advisor (National Institute of Development Administration, 2009)
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    Vietnam tourism 

    Berger, Arthur Asa, 1933- (Routledge, 2012-12)

    Explore the travel/tourism possibilities of this exotic yet tourist-friendly country
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    Vietnam's foreign policy under Doi Moi 

    Le, Hong Hiep.; Tsvetov, Anton. (ISEAS-Yusof Ishak Institute, 2018)

    In 1986, the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) adopted the Doi Moi (Renovation) policy at its sixth national congress, opening up a new chapter in the country's modern history. Under Doi Moi, Vietnam has undergone significant socio-economic, political and foreign policy reforms that have transformed the country in many meaningful ways. This edited volume aims to provide an in-depth analysis of the multiple aspects and transformations of Vietnam's foreign policy over the past thirty years. The book is divided into three sections. The first covers ...
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    Wage inequality in manufacturing sector 

    Piyanan Suwanmana; Adis Israngkura, advisor (National Institute of Development Administration, 2011)
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    THE WATER FOOTPRINT ASSESSMENT OF HOTEL TYPE1 IN BANGKOK 

    Jariya Sanamthong; Wisakha Phoochinda (NIDA, 10/13/19)

    This research aimed to investigate hotels type 1 in Bangkok to: (1) assess their water footprint,  (2) study their water management, and (3) propose a water management guideline. Questionnaire was employed to reveal water management of 54 hotels type1 and to assess water footprint of 19 hotels type 1 through the calculation based on Hotel Water Measurement Initiative (HWMI) Methodology. The informants were representatives of 54 hotels type 1 in Bangkok. The level of water consumption was also obtained from Metropolitan Waterworks Authority. ...
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    Water rights and social justice in the Mekong region 

    Lazarus, Kate (Routledge, 2012-06)

    The Mekong Region has come to represent many of the important water governance challenges faced more broadly by the mainland Southeast Asian region. This book focuses on the complex nature of water rights and social justice in the Mekong region. The chapters delve into the diverse social, political and cultural dynamics that shape the various realities and scales of water governance in the region, in an effort to bring to the forefront some of the local nuances required in the formulation of a larger vision of justice in water governance. It is ...
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    Welfare analysis of household demand for vehicle fuel 

    Wilaiwan Sirirotjanaput; Adis Israngkura, advisor (National Institute of Development Administration, 2012)
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    WICE ซุ่ม M&A เพิ่ม 2-3 ดึลฮุบ UWT กำไรนิวไฮ 

    Unknown author (มิติหุ้น, 2018-02-20)

    WICE ซุ่ม M&A เพิ่ม 2-3 ดึลฮุบ UWT กำไรนิวไฮ
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    Women business communities : case study of Kamphaengphet and Tak Provinces 

    Pajaree Polprasert; Suwanlee Piampiti, chairperson (National Institute of Development Administration, 2003)
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    Women's decision-making power in the rural family in Northeastern Thailand 

    Piengjit Boonto; Duanpen Theerawanviwat, advisor (National Institute of Development Administration, 2008)
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    Women's educational achievement and their participation in the Thai central region local political decision-making process 

    Ratchaneepan Sodsangchan; Kanikar Sookasame, advisor (National Institute of Development Administration, 2008)