Browsing by Author "Marisa Laokulrach"
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IMPACT OF HIGH-COMMITMENT HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT ON THE TURNOVER INTENTION OF TEACHERS IN CHINESE PRIVATE UNIVERSITIES– MEDIATING EFFECT OF ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT AND MODERATING EFFECT OF JOB EMBEDDEDNESS: THE CASE OF JIANGXI PROVINCE, CHINA ZHAOYAN ZHANG; ZHAOYAN ZHANG; Marisa Laokulrach; มาริษา เลากุลรัตน์; National Institute of Development Administration. International College,; Marisa Laokulrach; มาริษา เลากุลรัตน์ (National Institute of Development Administration, 7/1/2023)
As a powerful supplement to higher education, private higher education has been an important part of China's higher education field, which promoted the diversified development of higher education in China and realized the rational allocation of educational resources. However, there are still many human resource management problems of professional teachers in private universities. For example, the participation of professional teachers in the decision-making of teaching management is very low, and their teaching needs and requirements are often ...
The impacts of fiscal and monetary policies on employment : a study of Thailand from 1983-2008 Marisa Laokulrach; Ponlapat Buracom, advisor (National Institute of Development Administration, 2011)
Employment is one of the key economic indicators. Schools of economics have different perspectives toward the policies to stabilize employment. Keynesian theory states that deficiency of aggregate demand causes unemployment, and consequently the use of fiscal and monetary policies to increase aggregate demand can increase employment level. Classical, monetarist, and real business cycle theories state that macroeconomic policies cannot influence employment; instead, employment is generated by supply-side factors and nonintervention markets. ...