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    Repeated Domestic Destination Among Thai Travelers living in Bangkok 

    SARANYA MONGPRANIT; Duanpen Theerawanviwat (NIDA, 5/21/19)

             The objectives of this study were to estimate market share and factors in repeated domestic destinations among Thai travelers. Questionnaires were used to collect data from 385 Thai travelers living in Bangkok who stayed overnight at least 2 days 1 night in the past two years (January 2016 - December 2017). The statistical tools used in this research were Markov Process and Logistics Regression Analysis. The result found that if divided Thailand into five regions, 39.4 percent of respondents have repeated a domestic destination in the ...
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    Risk of Catastrophic Health Expenditures among Thai Elderly  

    Somporn Pettakon; Duanpen Theerawanviwat (NIDA, 3/25/19)

    The main objective of this study was to estimate the risk of catastrophic health expenditures, considering in terms of its prevalence and intensity. Additionally, the risk factors related to the human right to healthcare and personal health conditions were examined. The study used secondary data derived from the research program: Well-being of the Elderly in Thailand (HART--WAVE 2). The survey was conducted in 2017 by the National Institute of Development Administration. The studied sample composed of 1,613 elderly people aged 60 years and ...