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    A study of communication performance : investigating the factors affecting the communication performance in Thai Commercial Banks 

    Atchara Juicharern; Chindalak Vadhanasindhu, advisor (National Institute of Development Administration, 2010)

    Despite the acknowledgement by numerous studies that communication is a key to organizational effectiveness, study of the communication performance is scarce. This research focuses on investigating the relationships of goal clarity, organizational culture, decentralization, and intercultural communication competence with communication performance in Thai commercial banks. A survey was conducted at the bank branches of seven Thai commercial banks that included both state-owned and private-owned banks. Due to the nature of the exploratory model of ...
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    A study on the impacts of the property market and the financial sector on the Thai economy 

    Piamchan Doungmanee; Pornpen Vorasittha, advisor (National Institute of Development Administration, 2011)

    Even though the property and financial sectors do not occupy the highest proportion of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP), the difficulties that emerge from these sectors could lead to the most severe impacts on the entire Thai economy. This study thereby aims to analyse the impacts of the property market and the financial sector on the Thai economy, as well as to evaluate the impacts of government policy—the Thai Kem Keng program—on these sectors. The three models, including the Input-Output model, the Social Accounting Matrix (SAM) model, and the ...
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    Bank competition and the linkage to stability and growth: international evidence and implication to Thailand 

    Sanhapas Laowattanabhongse; Sorasart Sukcharoensin (National Institute of Development Administration, 2017)

    Over the past two decades, the impact of bank competition to financial stability as well as to economic growth has been the center of interest for both academicians and practitioners. The recent financial crises throughout the globe further exhibit the urgent need to conclude the relationship between (1) bank competition and financial stability and (2) bank competition and economic growth. This dissertation, therefore, attempts to fill in the literature gap of both competition-stability and competition-growth nexuses by using a sample of 81 ...
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    Impacts of financial restructuring programs on performance of commercial banks in Thailand 

    Wantanee Boonyadej; Ponlapat Buracom, chairperson (National Institute of Development Administration, 2002)
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    The effectiveness of risk-based supervision in the adjustments of capital buffer and portfolio risk: An empirical study of Thai commercial banks 

    Chitkasem Pornprapunt; Montree Socatiyanurak (National Institute of Development Administration, 2010)

    As a means to economic growth and development, banking is one of the most heavily regulated industries due to externalities from banking failures. Banking regulation aims to maintain safety and soundness in order to protect depositors' losses, which may result from insolvency and/or illiquidity. Banking crises have induced policy makers to place emphasis on protective regulatory policy. Therefore, banking policy focuses on the regulation of capital, which is a centerpiece of the government intervention because it can affect risk-taking by bank ...