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    The success of ICT policy implementation in education : evidence from upper-level secondary schools in Thailand 

    Peerapol Phaopeng; Nattha Vinijnaiyapak, advisor (National Institute of Development Administration, 2010)
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    The two-period dividend policy model and its application to Shanghai and New York Stock Exchanges 

    Jiang, Jun; Komain Jiranyakul, advisor (National Institute of Development Administration, 2010)
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    Thermodynamics formulation of economics 

    Burin Gumjudpai; Yuthana Sethapramote (National Institute of Development Administration, 2019)

    We consider a group of information-symmetric consumers with one type of commodity in an efficient market. The commodity is fixed asset and is non-disposable. We are interested in seeing if there is some connection of thermodynamics formulation to microeconomics. We follow Carathéodory approach which requires empirical existence of equation of state (EoS) and coordinates before performing maximization of variables. In investigating EoS of various system for constructing the economics EoS, unexpectedly new insights of thermodynamics are discovered. ...
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    Third-party payments impact on commercial banks' non-interest income: evidence from China 

    Xia, Huiwen; Nada Chunsom (National Institute of Development Administration, 2018)

    This study aims to explore the effects of Chinese third-party payment on commercial banks' non-interest income over the period 2008-2017. In China, third-party payment is a digital payment provided by private non-bank firms that consist of desktop payment and mobile payment. More Chinese people prefer to use third-party payment, especially mobile payment, instead of cash and bank card as the payment can be transacted easily and safely on the mobile phone by scanning QR code. To find whether this new digital payment trend impacts on non-interest ...
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    Three composite imputation methods for item nonresponse estimation in sample surveys 

    Watchareeporn Chaimongkol; Prachoom Suwattee, chairperson (National Institute of Development Administration, 2005)
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    Time-varying relation between corporate governance and expected stock return 

    Kakinuma, Yosuke; Kridsda Nimmanunta (National Institute of Development Administration, 2018)

    This paper provides the following three novel findings to the literature. First, the effects of the corporate governance ratings on stock returns are inconstant, non-liner, and time-varying over the long-run. Second, by taking advantage of the time-varying characteristics of expected returns from the quality of corporate governance, an optimal investment strategy with adaptation of Markov switching model is developed. Third, incorporation of style switching strategy with value premium in recessions and momentum premium in expansions improves ...
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    Time-varying systematic risk in the stock exchange of Thailand : Evidence from multivariate garch and kalman filter estimates 

    Muttalath Kridsadarat; Komain Jiranyakul (National Institute of Development Administration, 2015)

    The purpose of this study was to use multivariate GARCH and the Kalman filter to estimate the time-varying systematic risk or beta. Much research has found that estimating systematic risk with a market model using the traditional regression approach violated classical assumptions regarding both the stationary assumption and independent identically distributed of the innovations. This study focuses on using various models of multivariate GARCH and the Kalman filter to improve this beta estimation. As the GARCH model is a popular model used ...
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    Tourism experience design process of waterfront community: a case study of chantaboon waterfront community, Chanthaburi 

    Nisarat Saengkae; Worarak Sucher (National Institute of Development Administration, 2018)

    The research of this study investigates the process of waterfront community tourism experience focusing on Chantaboon Waterfront Community, Chanthaburi. The study sheds light on propose the waterfront experience process in terms of tourism destination and tourism product that emphasis on the influence of tourist motivation. Beside this, the study extracted the process of waterfront community tourism experience specifically from lessons learned in Chantaboon Waterfront Community and other similar waterfront communities of 10 case studies. Unlike ...
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    Training and training needs of women workers : a critical review 

    Piyavadee Viriyachati; Pichit Pitaktepsombati, advisor (National Institute of Development Administration, 1993)

    The main objective of this research was to study training and training needs of women workers in the food, textile, and garment industries in Thailand. The analysis consisted of quantitative and qualitative sections. The quantitative analysis was based on the interview of 270 women workers from nine factories. The qualitative analysis was based on in depth interview of 27 women workers and 9 factory managers fom those factories. From the study, most women workers had only six years of school. To support their families, they migrateed to Bangkok ...
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    Two Robust estimators of the population total for sample surveys 

    Kittima Prukpousana; Samruam Chongcharoen, advisor (National Institute of Development Administration, 2006)
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    Understanding NGOs and their roles in development : an analysis of role and status of development NGOs in Bangkok 

    Arpapat Mungthanya; Juree Vichit-Vadakan, advisor (National Institute of Development Administration, 2005)
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    Understanding women in local politics : studies of women politicians in Krabi Province Thailand 

    Pimrumpai Panvichatikul; Juree Vichit-Vadakan, advisor (National Institute of Development Administration, 2009)
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    Unheard voices and grim realities of the challenges, coping strategies, and governance of women leaders : the case of the union parishad in Bangladesh 

    Rahman, Mizanur; Juree Vichit-Vadakan (National Institute of Development Administration, 2013)

    The purpose of this study was to delve into the research questions: 1) Do women leaders help promote governance in the Union Parishad (UP) of Bangladesh? If so, how?; and 2) How have women leaders perceived and defined their roles and coped with the realities in the UP? The objectives were to: 1) unravel the leadership process of the women leaders in the UP; 2) uncover the perceptions, dynamics, realities, and challenges of participation of women leaders in the UP of Bangladesh; and 3) explore the coping strategies of women leaders in the ...
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    University student loyalty model : structural equation modelling of student loyalty in autonomous, state, transformed, and private universities in Bangkok 

    Viriya Taecharungroj; Kasemsarn Chotchakornpant (สถาบันบัณฑิตพัฒนบริหารศาสตร์, 2013)

    University student loyalty is a key factor that contributes to the long-term growth and survivability of the university through financial stability, increased enrolment, and better reputation. The objective of this research is to develop a comprehensive university student loyalty model that incorporates important constructs in a service quality dimension and a relationship quality dimension as well as image and reputation perception. The model is tested using the structural equation modelling approach. The multiple group analysis is conducted ...
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    University-industry interaction and project's performance on innovation : perspective of university's researcher 

    Atthapong Sakunsriprasert; Chindalak Vadhanasindhu, advisor (National Institute of Development Administration, 2009)
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    Unlocking the "black box" in the talent management employee performance relationship : evidence from the Ghanaian banking sector 

    Mensah, James Kwame; Nisada Wedchayanon (National Institute of Development Administration, 2015)

    Recent years have witnessed ever-increasing focus on the effective management of people that represent special significance to their organisations’ success, and perhaps this has been one of the most important developments in human resource management (HRM). Specifically, talent management (TM) has been the focus and centre of attention of both HRM scholars and practitioners since it entered the managerial lexicon in the 1990s. From the work of the McKinsey consultants, the field of TM has gain much respect and attention across corporate ...
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    Unraveling the enigma of internationalization : the case of Thai manufacturing small and medium-sized enterprises 

    Apichart Thananan; Juree Vichit-Vadakan (National Institute of Development Administration, 2015)

    Globalization, together with the reduction in trade barriers and development in information and communication technology, provide an opportunity for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to expand their business into foreign markets. SME internationalization has been widely researched in developed countries but little is known about how and why internationalization takes place in the developing countries and this lack of evidence in the literature provides strong grounds for this study.
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    Using conceptual space and cultural evolution in language game 

    Theerapol Limsatta; Ohm Sornil (National Institute of Development Administration, 2016)

    Agreement on word-object pairing in communication depends on the intensity of belief that gradually emerges in a society of agents under the condition that no one is born with embedded knowledge. In know-nothing word-object pairing, the agents in communication find meaning until they reach a consensus on what an object should be called. A language game is a social process of finding agreement on word-object pairing which enables its communication in a multi-agent system. In this research, techniques are proposed to discover the association ...
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    A value-added model in food tourism services: a case study of street food in Bangkok, Thailand 

    Cheewanan Wuttipan; Kanokkarn Kaewnuch (National Institute of Development Administration, 2018)

    A Street food in Thailand offers food and beverage for local people in everyday life reflecting their own way of life and local culture and becoming a great tourist attraction. Bangkok is a case of this study where is one of the best cities in the world for the street food. Previous studies have shown that adding value to products and services can lead to a creation of memorable experience for customers. Indeed, the adding value is able to maintain customers and succeed a long-run for businesses. The purpose of this study was to create a value-added ...
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    Valuing cultural heritage: a contingent valuation study of temples in Chiang Saen 

    Pongsan Sanyakamdhorn; Udomsak Seenprachawong (National Institute of Development Administration, 2017)

    This paper presents a study of willingness to pay of Thai population to preserve historic temples in Chiang Saen, ancient city in Chiang Rai, Thailand as those temples are at risk of degradation and deterioration.  This study aims to estimate the factors that affect willingness to pay of people for cultural heritage in Chiang Saen and to investigate willingness to pay and its attributions. The contingent valuation method was used as a valuation technique to conduct an economic valuation of non-market values of preservation of the ancient temples. ...