Browsing by Subject "Migration"
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(National Institute of Development Administration, 1990);
Migration has an effect on both economic and social problems. In Thailand, as in other developing countries, many migrants have moved to unsuitable places with the intention of bettering their lives. This study of patterns, determinants, processes, and consequences of internal migration in Thailand will attempt to explore the migratory situation at regional, provincial and village levels. It is hoped that this study will provide not only an impetus for further research in this area but also promote a more equitable policy for population migration ...
(National Institute of Development Administration, 1993);
This study attempted to investigate the relationships between deforestation, population growth, and social and economic development. Emphasis was being placed on the study of demographic, economic and social factors affecting the forest encroachment of the agricultural households residing in the forest reserves.
The Markov analysis of residential mobility patterns in low-cost housing in the Bangkok metropolitan areas : case study in the area of Bangkhen-Don Muang, Bang Kapi, Phra Khanong and Nonthaburi (National Institute of Development Administration, 1993);
The first part of the study is to apply the Markov technique to analyze the residential mobility patterns only in a case study of four types of low-cost housing. Those are row house/townhouse, condominium, up-graded slum housing and housing in non-graded slum. All residences are located in the districts of Bangkhen-Don Muang, Bang Kapi, Phra Khanong and Nonthaburi. The total sample is 1,400 households, and the informants may be chiefs of households or spouses. The residential mobility patterns here are those which occur on average 10 years per time.