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    Consequences of population changes on compulsory education in Thailand : 1986-1996 

    Niwat Klinngam; Borriboon Thitakamol, advisor (National Institute of Development Administration, 1987)

    The main purpose of this study was to investigate the consequences of population changes on educational and manpower planning as well as on the financial need for compulsory education in Thailand during 1986-1996. To attain the purpose, the structural model to forecast the numbers of pupil enrollment in compulsory education for seven regions was firstly proposed and computerized. The related parameters in the model for each region were then seperately estimated and forecasted.
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    A multilevel analysis of determinants of infant mortality in rural Northeastern Thailand 

    Nawarat Suwannapong; Suwanlee Piampiti, advisor (National Institute of Development Administration, 1987)

    The study utilized field survey data conducted from January 1986 to March 1986. Married women aged 15 to 49 years with experience of at least one live birth were randomly interviewed in depth. Only live births during the period January 1, 1980 to December 31, 1984 were analysed. For a better understanding of the infant mortality situation in Thailand, the author begins with the estimate of regional probability of dying between live birth and selected age by applying the indirect technique developed by Brass, Trussell and Feeney. The data for ...
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    Identification of target population needing health services : basic minimum needs approach 

    Wimonruedee Wansorn; Suwanlee Piampiti, advisor (National Institute of Development Administration, 1988)

    The study concentrates only on the low income care (LIC) or free medical care program. The data for this analysis are obtained from documents relevant to the program and the sampled survey in Mahasarakham in March, 1986. The head of a household, a spouse or a family member who could give sufficient information about the household, was randomly interviewed. Altogether, the 727 sampled households composed 2 groups, low income card holders and non low income card holders, according to the criteria of LIC provision of the Ministry of Public Health. ...
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    A study of changes in urbanization and occupational mobility of the Thai labour force 

    Chupensri Wongbuddha; Suchart Prasith-rathsint, advisor (National Institute of Development Administration, 1988)

    This study examines changes in the degree of urbanization in various types of a community and an individual's mobility in the three major occupational groups, agriculture, industry and service. Information was obtained from two levels, 1) a community level: a total of 503 communities was sampled from the 1970 and 1980 data tapes of Population and Housing Censuses, and 2) a personal level: a total of 720 households was sampled including 1,294 individuals of 35 years and over, selected for the survey and interviewed concerning their individual ...
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    Women's status and role on fertility 

    Achara Navachinda; Suwanlee Piampiti, advisor (National Institute of Development Administration, 1989)

    The purpose of the study is to analyze the causes and effects of women's previous status on actual roles, actual roles on actual status, and actual status on fertility by comparing evidence between the rural and up-country urban areas. Data were obtained by field survey in March 1986 from 400 rural and up-country urban households in Nakorn Ratchasima Province.
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    The demand for otolaryngological manpower : a case study in Nakhon Nayok Province, Thailand 

    Nantawan Antarasena; Suchart Prasith-rathsint, advisor (National Institute of Development Administration, 1989)

    This study examines the demand for Ear, Nose and Throat doctors and substitution personnel in Nakhon Nayok province, Thailand, based on the referral system. A field survey was conducted to test a model for estimating this demand.
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    Life tables construction for Thailand : with applications to government pension schemes 

    Suwimol Angkavanich; Borriboon Thitakamol, advisor (National Institute of Development Administration, 1989)

    The study concentrated on applying an indirect methodology that relied on demographic models in the estimation of mortality rates in order to construct the life tables for Thai males and females. The data for this analysis are obtained from population censuses, death statistics reported by the Ministry of Interior and the Ministry of Public Health, and also documents relevant to the analysis of government retirees and pension expenditures.
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    อุปทานและอุปสงค์ของพยาบาลวิชาชีพในประเทศไทยระหว่าง พ.ศ. 2531-2000 

    ชื่นชม เจริญยุทธ; สุชาติ ประสิทธิ์รัฐสินธุ์, อาจารย์ที่ปรึกษา (สถาบันบัณฑิตพัฒนบริหารศาสตร์, 1990)

    การศึกษานี้ มีจุดประสงค์เพื่อคาดประมาณจำนวนการผลิตพยาบาลระดับวิชาชีพในประเทศไทย และจำนวนพยาบาลที่จะมีอยู่ในแรงงาน ระหว่าง พ.ศ. 2531-2000 แต่ละปี ทั้งนี้เพื่อให้ทราบถึงสภาพความต้องการพยาบาลวิชาชีพในตลาดแรงงานในช่วงทศวรรษหน้า นอกจากนี้ก็มุ่งศึกษากิจกรรมการพยาบาลของพยาบาลวิชาชีพ รวมทั้งปัจจัยที่มีอิทธิพลต่อการสูญเสียพยาบาลวิชาชีพไปจากแรงงานก่อนเวลาอันควร.
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    Rural-urban migration trend and employment status : a case study in Bangkok Metropolis 

    Chuta Manusphaibool; Boonserm Weesakul, advisor (National Institute of Development Administration, 1990)

    This study treated rural-urban migration as the in-migrants from other provinces into the Bangkok Metropolitan Area. The various social and economic problems occurred in the capital city are partly due to the rapid population growth. The tremendous influx of in-migrants to the Bangkok Metropolis over the past two decades may contributed to the growth rate and may turn to create greater problems. The rural in-migrants are predominantly single young men and women. The employed in-imgrants in the Bangkok Metropolis are mainly engaged in work status ...
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    Determinants, processes, and consequences of internal migration in Thailand 

    Amporn Thongluang; Suchart Prasith-rathsint, advisor (National Institute of Development Administration, 1990)

    Migration has an effect on both economic and social problems. In Thailand, as in other developing countries, many migrants have moved to unsuitable places with the intention of bettering their lives. This study of patterns, determinants, processes, and consequences of internal migration in Thailand will attempt to explore the migratory situation at regional, provincial and village levels. It is hoped that this study will provide not only an impetus for further research in this area but also promote a more equitable policy for population migration ...
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    Education management for the generation of self-employment of graduates 

    Penkhae Siriwan; Choomphol Swasdiyakorn, advisor (National Institute of Development Administration, 1990)

    The rising trends of unemployment among the university graduates of Thailand resulting from the rapid expansion in higher education indicate the need for providing the university students with the opportunity to better prepare themselves for self-employment after graduation. The objectives of this dissertation are to investigate : (1) the future trend of self-employment generation among the university graduates, (2) the career status, entry and changes of the graduates, (3) the factors that influence career entry decision and career group ...
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    The stochastic analysis of patterns and determinants of internal migration in Thailand 

    Boonrod Vutisartkul; Boonserm Weesakul, advisor (National Institute of Development Administration, 1990)
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    Patterns and determinants of health service utilization in rural Thailand : a case study of Nakorn Sawan 

    Uraiwan Kanungsukkasem; Boonlert Leoprapai, advisor (National Institute of Development Administration, 1991)

    This study looks at patterns and determinants of curative health service utilization of the rural population of Nakorn Sawan. A statistically representative survey was conducted covering 25 villages, 620 households and 1803 illness events ; multi-level data collection included community, household and individual variables. Qualitative data collection included participant observations and in-depth interviews was also held in 4 sample villages. This data set provided an appropriate interpretive analysis of health behavior patterns collected by the ...
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    Supply of and demand for professional nurses in Thailand during 1988-2000 

    Chounchom Charoenyooth; Suchart Prasith-rathsint, advisor (National Institute of Development Administration, 1991)

    This study is aimed at projecting the numbers of professional nurses produced and remaining in the labor force, annual demand for nurses during 1988-2000, the nursing activities and the factors influencing the premature loss of nurses from the labor force.
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    The study of community and household's decision making to allocate resource for child health status : a case study in Sikhiu District, Nakhon Ratchasima Province 

    Siriwan Grisurapong; Prakob Chirakiti, advisor (National Institute of Development Administration, 1991)
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    A study on employment and fertility of female migrant workers in the manufacturing industry of Bangkok and periphery areas 

    Kusol Soonthorndhada; Suwanlee Piampiti, chairperson (National Institute of Development Administration, 1991)

    The main objectives of this study were two fold. First, to study the general characteristics background in terms of socio-economic, demographic, employment and migration background of female workers in the manufacturing industry. Secondly, to assess the determinants of female workers' fertility and to examine the effect of fertility on employment. The data used in this study were selected ever married female workers from the survey of "Family Planning and Welfare Services for Female Workers in the Manufacturing Industry" conducted by Mahidol ...
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    Labour force participation, time allocation and quality of life of the aged in Bangkok Metropolis 

    Khaisang Rukvanich; Suchart Prasith-rathsint, advisor (National Institute of Development Administration, 1992)

    The study investigates factors affecting the labour force participation and desire to work of elderly Bangkok residents. In addition the study analyzes the activities and time utilization of the working and nonworking elderly and investigates the respondents' quality of life.
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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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    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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    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.