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    The adoption of energy conservation innovations in private cars : current and future situations in Bangkok 

    Alisa Verapatanakul; Preecha Vichitthamaros, advisor (National Institute of Development Administration, 2009)

    This research aimed to study the level of accessibility to information, knowledge, perception of different characteristics of innovations and their adoptions, including a study of the relationship between the factors mentioned above and the innovation adoption for energy conservation in private cars for people in Bangkok. The sample was selected from the population age between 20–60 years old by using stratified three-stage random sampling. The data collection was conducted by using questionnaires and the analysis was undertaken by means of ...
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    The effect of authentic leadership and innovation adoption on innovative work behavior in Thai context 

    Prapai Charoonnarth; Bung-on Sorod (National Institute of Development Administration, 2019)

    The objective of this study was to examine the effect of Authentic Leadership (AL) on Innovative Work Behavior (IWB) with a consideration on the moderating effect of Innovation Adoption (IA) on that effect. Four questionnaires were used to collect data, aimed at measuring demographic information, authentic leadership, innovative work behavior, and innovation adoption of the respondents who were employees working in a private Thai company.  The authentic leadership and innovative work behavior questionnaires were derived from previous research, ...
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    The impact of intellectual property rights protection on technological progress 

    Visit Sripibool; Dararatt Anantanasuwong, advisor (National Institute of Development Administration, 2010)

    Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) protection has been a continuing concern by most member countries of WTO. The central issue is whether to adopt a strong or weak IPR protection. Developed countries tend to use various types of pressure to induce developing countries to enforce IP law strictly. On the other hand, the TradeRelated Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS) appears to require a minimum standard for IPR protection by its desire for IPR to contribute to the promotion of technological innovation. However, most developing and ...