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    Determinants of residential mobility in Bangkok Metropolis : a longitudinal study 

    Saranya Bunnag; Suwanlee Piampiti, advisor (National Institute of Development Administration, 1992)

    This study was designed to reveal (a) residential expansion and population growth in Bangkok Metropolis during the five-year period of 1984-1988, (b) factors that influence selection of singlehouses, townhouses, and high-rise or tallbuildings for residence (c) factors that effect residential satisfaction, residentail mobility expectation, and actual residential mobility of singlehouse, townhouse, and tallbuilding dwellers, (d) the associations between changes in the set of demographic variables, personal characteristics and residential conditions ...
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    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 

    Srismorn Suriyasasin; Somboonwan Satyarakwit, advisor (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.