Browsing by Author "Pairote Pathranarakul"
Enterprise risk management and organizational performance: the empirical study of listed companies in Thailand Patipan Sae-Lim; Pairote Pathranarakul (National Institute of Development Administration, 2017)
Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) nowadays is a tool for preventive loss for listed-companies due to the volatility of the external environment. Moreover, apart from being a preventive tool, ERM is more important and posits as a compulsory system for alignment to a regulatory base for listed-companies driven from the issues of a lack of corporate governance (CG), historically, from well-known organizations: World-com, Enron, Volkswagen and so on. Even though, ERM is a vital tool for preventing organizational loss as well as for the alignment ...
Evaluating the effects of the socio-economic, environmental, and institutional factors on sustainable renewable energy policy development in Thailand Pasakorn Sakolsatayatorn; Pairote Pathranarakul (National Institute of Development Administration, 2018)
The purpose of this study was to investigate the factors that challenged the renewable energy sector in Thailand. The literature reports that there were institutional bottlenecks in the renewable energy sector that included bureaucratic corruption, red tape, undefined queuing periods, and other factors that have placed a huge burden on the sustainability of the country’s renewable energy policy measures. The objectives of this study were fourfold: to investigate the context of sustainable renewable policy development from the Thai perspective, ...
Sravat, Namita; Pairote Pathranarakul (National Institute of Development Administration, 2019)
Nations need to ensure “inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all,” which is Sustainable Development Goal 4 (SDG 4), as outlined by the United Nations. While digital pedagogy in various forms will be the future of education requiring adjustments in teaching and learning methodologies, India is still dependent on traditional systems of teaching, i.e. delivering lectures in class. Students need to develop life-long learning skills for the ever-changing job requirements in this fast evolving world, ...
Kulchaya Temchavala; Pairote Pathranarakul (National Institute of Development Administration, 2015)
The objectives of the study of key success factors in the organic agriculture policy implementation was to identify problems of, obstacles to and restrictions on the putting the national organic agriculture policy into practice, to evaluate the success factors of implementing the organic agriculture policy, and to propose an organic agricultural policy model for sustainable policy implementation.
Linkages between governance, globalization, and sustainable development : A comparative study of sub-Saharan Africa and East/South-East Asia Langnel, Zechariah; Pairote Pathranarakul (National Institute of Development Administration, 2020)
Since the launch of the Brundtland report in 1987, developing countries continue to face problematic trade-offs that must balance the pursuit of industrialization and economic development, reduce poverty, ensure environmental sustainability, and respect the welfare of future generations. Several contemporary trends warrant the positioning of this study in the academic literature and policy circle. At the policy level, though all regions of the world have made tremendous progress, sub-Saharan African countries remain the region with the worst human ...
Pornsan Piyanantisak; Pairote Pathranarakul (National Institute of Development Administration, 2018)
Over the past decade, the number of Public-Private Partnerships (PPP) in Thailand has risen significantly. The ‘Thailand 4.0’ economic model and the ‘Food Innopolis’ project, a pilot project initiated to utilize PPP as a tool for research and development (R&D) in the food industry, constitute two initiatives that emphasize the role of PPPs as a means of modernizing the nation’s food industry. However, despite the importance of PPPs in the food-processing sector, Thailand’s academic literature has not yet discussed this management tool in sufficient ...
Anuwan Vongpichet; Pairote Pathranarakul (National Institute of Development Administration, 2016)
We live in the world today that is increasingly becoming more interlinked and interdependent among each other resulting in complex and dynamic socio-political situations. In such context, any development strategies and policies of one country can have both a direct and indirect impact not only upon its neighboring countries, but also the sub-region or the whole region where that country is located. Due to the intense connectedness, a concept of collaboration has gained much attention in field of international relations and politics as well ...
Strategic policy framework for strengthening the potential of small and medium enterprises toward ASEAN Economic Community Rujira Paesai; Pairote Pathranarakul (National Institute of Development Administration, 2014)
This dissertation aimed to 1) analyze the environment of Thailand’s Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) promotion policy in the past and the present SMEs promotion plans in order to learn about its environment, 2) evaluate the outcomes of the SMEs promotion policy in the past and the present Thai SMEs promotion plans in order to know the policy outcomes and its relationship with the key stakeholders’ roles in the public and the private sectors, 3) analyze and evaluate the potential of Thai SMEs in competing in the ASEAN Economic Community ...
Karun Kumar; Pairote Pathranarakul (National Institute of Development Administration, 2013)
The concept of sustainable development has emerged as a key guiding principle and action agenda for all forms of environmental management, economic development and social justice. The much professed “triple bottom line” TBL (Financial, Social, and Environmental) has its proponents and detractors who argues whether holding corporations accountable to economic prosperity, social justice, and environmental quality, constitutes progress. International businesses often have improved performance when they include their social, ethical and ...
Sustainable management model for self-reliant community : a case study of the Ethnic Chong Klongplu, Khao Khitchakut District, Chanthaburi Province Inthira Krongsiri; Pairote Pathranarakul (สถาบันบัณฑิตพัฒนบริหารศาสตร์, 2014)
There are three objectives of this research “Sustainable Management Model for Self-Reliant Community: A Case Study of the Ethnic Chong Klongplu, Khao Khitchakut District, Chanthaburi Province.” These objectives are: 1) to study the situation in the community, way of life, and the adaptation of the ethnic Chong, Klongplu, Khao Khitchakut district, Chanthaburi, 2) to examine the community management and the state of problems following community-based approaches of the self-reliant ethnic Chong, Klongplu, Khao Khitchakut district, Chanthaburi, ...
Vineeta Thapa; Pairote Pathranarakul (National Institute of Development Administration, 2018)
Disaster effects can be considered visible (hard) and invisible (soft). Hard (visible) part remains the focus, as the work is observable, whereas the soft part (invisible) remains neglected due to its invisibility. In post-disaster situations, most of the work done during the recovery phase is reconstruction. Therefore, this research focusses on the social aspects by using the gender lens for assessing women’s roles in the household, the community, and other arenas in the context of post-disaster recovery. The objectives of the research are (1) ...