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    An ordered probit model on quitting decision of secondary public school teachers in Bhutan 

    Choden, Kuenga; Anan Wattanakuljarus (National Institute of Development Administration, 2018)

    Retaining trained teachers is an issue for almost every country despite its socioeconomic differences. A small developing country, Bhutan is facing the problem of retaining its trained and experienced teachers. Teachers leaving the profession on a voluntary basis have been increasing year by year. It became more serious in 2017 where the Ministry of Education had to train and employ 360 fresh graduates as contact teachers to overcome the problem of teacher shortage.  Cross-sectional data were collected through a questionnaire distributed randomly ...
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    The impact of government debt on the economic growth of Bhutan 

    Wangmo, Sonam; Anan Wattanakuljarus (National Institute of Development Administration, 2018)

    The study is motivated by the unprecedented increase in the level of government debt currently prevailing in Bhutan.  An understanding of the relationship between government debt and economic growth is considered crucial. For this purpose, the study aims to empirically examine the relationship between the government debt and economic growth in Bhutan. To determine the relationship the data were obtained from different sources such as the World Economic Outlook (IMF), World Bank and National statistics Bureau of Bhutan.  Time series data from the ...
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    Malaina Sadettan; Malaina Sadettan; Anan Wattanakuljarus; อนันต์ วัฒนกุลจรัส; National Institute of Development Administration. School of Development Economics; Anan Wattanakuljarus; อนันต์ วัฒนกุลจรัส (National Institute of Development Administration, 7/1/2023)

    This research investigates the significance of cognitive skills and socio-emotional skills in explaining wage variability in less-developed countries such as Lao PDR. The analysis is using an expanded Mincerian model based on data collected from the Skills toward Employment and Productivity (STEP) Household Survey which is a study conducted by the World Bank (2012). The results revealed that for a cognitive skill there are positive and significant relationships between an additional year of schooling, years of work experience and wages. For ...