Browsing by Subject "Manpower policy -- Thailand"
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(National Institute of Development Administration, 1987);
The main purpose of this study was to investigate the consequences of population changes on educational and manpower planning as well as on the financial need for compulsory education in Thailand during 1986-1996. To attain the purpose, the structural model to forecast the numbers of pupil enrollment in compulsory education for seven regions was firstly proposed and computerized. The related parameters in the model for each region were then seperately estimated and forecasted.
(National Institute of Development Administration, 2015);
Greater educational accessibility in Thailand has considerably contributed to a collective higher level of educational attainment of the Thai labor force. Nevertheless, with the ease of access, the number of workers with overeducation has significantly risen. Overeducation refers to a situation in which a person’s education attainment exceeds the requirements of a job, giving rise to a variety of unfavorable outcomes for individuals, employers and society.
(National Institute of Development Administration, 2003);
(National Institute of Development Administration, 1989);
This study examines the demand for Ear, Nose and Throat doctors and substitution personnel in Nakhon Nayok province, Thailand, based on the referral system. A field survey was conducted to test a model for estimating this demand.