Browsing by Subject "Thailand -- Economic conditions"
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(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 ...
(National Institute of Development Administration, 2019);
This study has two main objectives. The first objective is to compare the values of individual Human Capital Indices (HCIs) in different groups and different years. The second objective is to examine and support the components of the Human Capital Index that determine the preparation of the pre-retirement population in Thailand. This study uses secondary data from the National Statistical Office’s National Survey of Older Persons in Thailand from surveys conducted in 2011, 2014, and 2017. It also uses data such as the number of doctors per 1,000 ...
(National Institute of Development Administration, 2016);
We live in the world today that is increasingly becoming more interlinked and interdependent among each other resulting in complex and dynamic socio-political situations. In such context, any development strategies and policies of one country can have both a direct and indirect impact not only upon its neighboring countries, but also the sub-region or the whole region where that country is located. Due to the intense connectedness, a concept of collaboration has gained much attention in field of international relations and politics as well ...