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    Anti-corruption regime and corruption resolutions in local self-government : a case study of subdistrict administrative organization (SAO) in southern part of northeastern region of Thailand 

    Pratueng Moung-On; Achakorn Wongpreedee (National Institute of Development Administration, 2013)

    Research on the systems regarding the anti-corruption regime and corruption resolution in local self-government: A case study of Sub-District Administrative Organizations (SAO) in the Southern part of the Northeastern region of Thailand aims to study the following: 1) Forms of corruption within the Sub-District Administrative Organizations. 2) Anti-corruption systems in Thailand. 3) Problems in the anticorruption regime and corruption resolution within Sub-District Administrative Organization. A qualitative research method was employed to ...
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    Autonomy in budgeting decisions of union councils : a study of Sunamganj district in Banglades 

    Talukdar, Mohammad Rafiqul Islam; Achakorn Wongpreedee (National Institute of Development Administration, 2018)

    A 2001 study of Khan observes that one of the vital concerns in relation to decentralization in Bangladesh is greater autonomy of the local state. The principal premise of the thesis is that a greater autonomy of the local state helps improve the effectiveness of decentralization. The main research concern is the exploration of the nature, cause, and consequences of a specific deep-rooted problem concerning the dimensions of influences and magnitude of autonomy in budgeting decisions of local government Union Councils in Bangladesh.  These ...
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    Evaluative criteria for good governance of local governments according to the viewpoint of local government executives 

    Supatra Assavasukee; Achakorn Wongpreedee (National Institute of Development Administration, 2014)

    This study covers new ground in the evaluative criteria for good governance by local governments. Commonly, such evaluative criteria would be set by the central state. It is a true top-down process. The evaluative criteria, on the other hand, from a bottom-up approach, that is, from the viewpoint of local governments, are rarely found. Therefore, this study will discuss on the evaluative criteria for the good governance of local governments according to the viewpoint of local government executives. Such criteria will center on six principles ...
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    Smart city development in China : a case study of urban management of Shanghai city 

    Samita Temphoemphoon; Achakorn Wongpreedee (National Institute of Development Administration, 2019)

    China has the largest number and size of smart cities in the world (Deloitte, 2018b). Relevant agencies formulate plans and conducted public hearings with all sectors. They have also drafted a white paper to serve as a guideline to be applied by cities in order for them to develop as smart cities. Thus, this study of the Chinese experience is beneficial for the development of smart cities in Thailand. This  dissertation is aimed at 1) studying previous development of smart cities used by Shanghai City, China, such as background, process, steps ...
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    The meta-evaluation of revolving funds evaluation in Thailand 

    Theeranuch Tongchiw; Achakorn Wongpreedee (สถาบันบัณฑิตพัฒนบริหารศาสตร์, 2013)

    This research aims to investigate and its purposes were 1) to evaluate the effectiveness of revolving funds and the quality of evaluation reports; 2) to compare the effectiveness of revolving-funds and the quality of the evaluation reports; and 3) to examine the content synthesis of the evaluation reports of revolving funds. For the evaluating report results of revolving funds in the accounting annual year B.E. 2554, data was collected from 50 assessment reports. The tools used consisted of metaevaluation checklists. The data was analyzed ...