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    DRIVING FORCES AND INFLUENCING MECHANISMS OF GOLF TOURISM IN THAILAND 

    Ke Sun; Ke Sun; Chih-Cheng Fang; Chih-Cheng Fang; Chih-Cheng Fang; Chih-Cheng Fang (National Institute of Development Administration, 12/8/2022)

    In recent years, highly valued by the Thai Tourism and Sports Bureau, sports tourism has made remarkable achievements in Thailand. The rapid development of the industry has provided a lot of research topics related to Thailand's sports tourism, one of which is research on the driving forces of Thai golf tourism. In order to promote Thai golf tourism, it is essential to define the driving factors behind its development whether the focus should be on tourism activities of individual golf tourists or on activities of the whole sports tourism. In ...
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    EFFECTS OF HEALTH-PROMOTING LEADERSHIP ON WORK ENGAGEMENT THROUGH EMPLOYEE HEALTHY, WORKPLACE CIVILITY, WORKPLACE OSTRACISM, MODERATED BY EMPLOYABILITY 

    Liping Liu; Liping Liu; Chih_Cheng Fang; Chih-Cheng Fang; National Institute of Development Administration. International College,; Chih_Cheng Fang; Chih-Cheng Fang (National Institute of Development Administration, 11/8/2023)

    Health-promoting leadership, employee health, and workplace civility are the driving forces for enterprise development. Meanwhile, employability is the core element of employment relationships. The higher the employee's employability is, the higher the labor market value, which also has an important effect on employee engagement. Based on self-determination theory and social exchange theory, this study explores the effects of health-promoting leadership, employee health, workplace civility, and workplace ostracism on employee engagement in the ...
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    FACTORS INFLUENCING INTENTION OF INFORMATION-RESOURCE SHARING: FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF CONSENSUS PERCEPTION OF BLOCKCHAIN 

    Gang Li; Gang Li; Chih-Cheng Fang; Chih-Cheng Fang; Chih-Cheng Fang; Chih-Cheng Fang (National Institute of Development Administration, 13/8/2021)

    The spreading of information technology (IT) and information systems (IS) provides opportunities for enterprises to maintain a competitive advantage. But information silos appeared with the growing use of IS. Silos have become a severe impediment that made IS inconvenient and inefficient, and impeded enterprise’s innovation and development. Therefore, the present study aims to resolve these issues by helping understand how to encourage information-resource sharing within the enterprise. We first proposed a new concept, consensus perception, based ...
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    STUDY ON RISK WEIGHT OF PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP PROJECT AND ITS INFLUENCING FACTORS  

    Xiaofan Yan; Xiaofan Yan; Chih-Cheng Fang; Chih-Cheng Fang; Chih-Cheng Fang; Chih-Cheng Fang (National Institute of Development Administration, 12/8/2022)

    With the increasing changes of economic structure and society requirements, Chinese government need to pay more attention on the public management activities, correspondingly, the government's financial pressure also gradually increased. The emergence of the PPP (public-private-partnership) model gives Chinese government a new idea to increase the construction of Public facilities. The introduction of social capital also alleviates Chinese local government's financial embarrassment. However, as long as it is the construction of an engineering ...
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    THE INFLUENCE OF ENTERPRISE NETWORK ON COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE OF HIGH TECHNOLOGY ENTERPRISES IN CHINA: THE MEDIATING EFFECTS OF DYNAMIC CAPABILITIES AND AMBIDEXTERITY INNOVATION  

    Huayun Wang; Huayun Wang; Chih_Cheng Fang; Chih-Cheng Fang; Chih_Cheng Fang; Chih-Cheng Fang (National Institute of Development Administration, 4/6/2021)

    In a dynamic environment, companies that want to gain competitive advantages need not only to integrate their internal resources but also to absorb external resources through the enterprise network and then use these resources to innovate and subsequently achieve their corporate strategic goals. However, the exploitative innovation advocated by Chinese companies has led to a serious lack of exploratory innovation capabilities, which has caused Chinese companies to fall into the trap of “lack of technology-technology introduction-lack of technology”; ...