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    A firm's performance and its dividend policy 

    Prates do Amaral, Adriano; Aekkachai Nittayagasetwat (National Institute of Development Administration, 2016)

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    Fixed asset revaluation : management motivation and value relevance 

    Pisek Chainirun; Kanogporn Narktabtee, advisor (National Institute of Development Administration, 2006)
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    Flipped learning pedagogy in higher education : a policy framework for India 

    Sravat, Namita; Pairote Pathranarakul (National Institute of Development Administration, 2019)

    Nations need to ensure “inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all,” which is Sustainable Development Goal 4 (SDG 4), as outlined by the United Nations. While digital pedagogy in various forms will be the future of education requiring adjustments in teaching and learning methodologies, India is still dependent on traditional systems of teaching, i.e. delivering lectures in class. Students need to develop life-long learning skills for the ever-changing job requirements in this fast evolving world, ...
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    Flood tax for Thailand : The case study of Bangkok 

    Panyapat Anuwatkhunnatham; Udomsak Seenprachawong (National Institute of Development Administration, 2015)

    Thailand has been more likely to be effected by catastrophe events especially, flooding because of geographical reason and climate change situation. From flooding event in 2011 in Thailand, according to the World Bank with the confirmation of Thai Government, flooding has affected 3,151,224 people from 1,154,576 families and damage estimated of at least 185 billion baht. Employment has been hurt when factories flooded and workers were laid off or fired. Not all factories are expected to reopen causing significant long term job loss in Central ...
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    Food activity uniqueness for creative tourism development: a case study Chiang Mai, Thailand 

    Vongvipha Thosuwonchinda; Suwaree Namwong (National Institute of Development Administration, 2017)

    This study aimed to determine the components of Activity Uniqueness for Creative Tourism, consisting of three sub-components, namely Creative Activity, Create a Positive Distinctive Activity, and Five Sense Body and to find the relationship between the components and tourists’ perception of creative tourism activities. Activities of Thai cookery school course were focused on.  Presently, Thailand tourism emphasizes on promoting greater abstract images, such as Thailand: Land of Smile, Thainess, and Thai Hospitality. However, it still lacks ...
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    Forecasting of natural rubber bibbed smoked sheets no 3 (RSS3) price in the agricultural futures exchange of Thailand 

    Suppanunta Romprasert; Nada Chunsom, advisor (National Institute of Development Administration, 2009)
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    The foreign portfolio investment flows, stock prices and exchange rate before and after the global financial crisis : a comparative study between Korea and Thailand 

    Nathapong Rujiravanich; Komain Jiranyakul (National Institute of Development Administration, 2015)

    The purpose of the present study is to investigate the behavior of foreign flows and their impacts on the stock market, especially on stock prices and exchange rate. This research investigates the results of two Asian countries, Thailand and Korea, separating the analysis into three periods: pre-global financial crisis, global financial crisis and post-global financial crisis. The daily data are used with a structural VAR model with three endogenous variables: stock returns, currency returns and foreign normalized net purchases ...
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    Gay: the construction of sexual myths in advertisements 

    Chachaya Sakuna; Patchanee Cheyjunya (National Institute of Development Administration, 2018)

               The objectives of the study, Gay: The Construction of Sexual Myths in Advertisement, are to study the changes of sexual myths in advertisements with gay-related content and to study consumers’ decoding of meanings in advertisements with gay-related content. The study is a qualitative research composing of various methodologies: documentary research, textual analysis, interview, in-depth interview and focus-group interview.           The results reveal that signs conveying meanings through codes of advertisement elements are classified ...
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    Gender difference and factors affecting towards the career progress of state university lecturers 

    Suwichai Kosaiyawat; Pachitjanut Siripanich, advisor (National Institute of Development Administration, 2009)
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    Gender differences in natural crisis impacts and their implications for problem allevations : a case study of flooding in lower central Thailand 

    Sumalee Suaysaard; Kanikar Sookasame, advisor (National Institute of Development Administration, 2006)
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    Genre analysis of written confessions in China's tertiary education : an investigation of moves and cross-cultural variation 

    Yan Zhao; Ora-ong Chakorn, advisor (National Institute of Development Administration, 2012)
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    Geographical differences in the evolutionary pattern of Nepali nongovernmental organizations and not for profit companies 

    Dipendra, K. C.; Tippawan Lorsuwannarat (National Institute of Development Administration, 2019)

    Nepal has a little over 54,000 registered Nongovernmental Organizations (NGOs)  and a little over 1,700 registered Not for Profit  Companies (NFCs). While the former types of organizations have existed a little over half a century, the later have a history of only fourteen years. The number of both types of organizations is on the rise; however, this rise is not even in the country. One in every three NGOs is registered within Kathmandu Valley and a similar trend persists among the not-for-profit companies. However, the phenomenon of organizational ...
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    Gesture-based interaction for an office syndrome prevention : health communication through integrating experience into daily life for an arm-swing input device 

    Nuanphan Kaewpanukrangsi; Chutisant Kerdvibulvech (National Institute of Development Administration, 2018)

    Arm swing is a well-known exercise practiced throughout Asia. The benefits of regular exercise affect a person’s gait, shoulder function as well as head and body strength.  This research presents a new study of gesture-based interaction by using arm swing as a gestural input command applied to any digital device used by people aged 21 to 50 years of age during their workday. After selecting five different occupations, i.e., student, lecturer, office worker, designer and industrial worker, their different routine tasks were studied.  The sampling ...
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    Governance, openness, and economic performance : an empirical study of Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa 

    Chanatip Wangworawong; Ponlapat Buracom (National Institute of Development Administration, 2015)

    The relationship between governance, openness, and economic performance of a country has been a topic of significant interest, not only among scholars but also policymakers in all countries around the world. The objectives of this study were: first, to examine the relationship between governance, openness, and economic performance in the context of developing countries; second, to examine how each factor makes a difference in the way in which countries develop; and third, to examine the differences in the relationships among governance, ...
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    Government reinvention and organizational effectiveness : a case study of the local government in the United States 

    Fang, Zhiyuan; Pisan Suriyamongkol, chairperson (National Institute of Development Administration, 2001)
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    Grassroots financing and alternative development in Thailand 

    Sutthana Vichitrananda; Juree Vichit-Vadakan, advisor (National Institute of Development Administration, 2007)
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    Grid-based supervised clustering algorithm using greedy and gradient descent methods to build clusters 

    Pornpimol Bungkomkhun; Surapong Auwatanamongkol, advisor (National Institute of Development Administration, 2012)
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    Guideline of the hot spring management to promote the quality of health tourism in Thailand 

    Varinnar Siripooththilak; Kanokkarn Kaewnuch (National Institute of Development Administration, 2018)

    This research used mixed methods to investigate: 1) To study the tourist’s behavior in the Hot Spring area; 2) To study the expectations of Thai tourists towards the Hot Spring Management; 3) To study the perceptions of Thai tourists towards the Hot Spring Management; 4) To create guidelines of Hot Spring Management to promote the quality of Health Tourism in Thailand. The researcher employed purposive sampling. For the quantitative research, the sample group includes 400 Thai tourists who visited 4 sources of Hot Springs, including Phra Ruang ...
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    Guidelines based on factors that encourage cultural festival tourism coordinators to accept and adopt marketing competencies 

    Punnatree Suntisupaporn; Kanokkarn Kaewnuch (National Institute of Development Administration, 2018)

    The focus of this study is how to best support festival coordinators and festival tourism providers to adopt core competencies that will be most useful in creating a successful festival tourism marketing program. The objectives of this study were: 1. To investigate the current marketing competencies demonstrated by cultural festival coordinators. 2. To study cultural festival coordinators’ perceptions regarding the importance of marketing competencies. 3. To study the influence factors that cause cultural festival tourism coordinators to accept ...
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    Guidelines for promoting hotel employee engagement by using compensation, benefit and rewards system 

    Yaowapha Neeyakorn; Kanokkarn Kaewnuch (National Institute of Development Administration, 2018)

    The current research sought to identify the factors associated with hotel employees’ motivation, specifically in relation to compensation, benefit and rewards system and to explain the ways their motivation affects their organizational engagement.  It was anticipated that the findings can be used to develop guideline for promoting hotel employee engagement by using compensation, benefit and rewards system.  The research applied qualitative research method by using the semi structured in-depth interviews with a total of 20 hotel employees who ...