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    THE CAUSAL RELATIONSHIP IN FINANCIAL LITERACY, SELF-EFFICACY, FINANCIAL PLANNING MOTIVATION, RISK IN FINANCIAL PLANNING AND RETIREMENT FINANCIAL PLANNING AMONG PEOPLE IN THE NORTHEASTERN REGION OF THAILAND IN THE CONTEXT OF AN AGEING SOCIETY 

    Lanliya Samsuwan; Montree Socatiyanurak (NIDA, 6/19/20)

    This study objectives are 1) to examine the causal relationships in financial literacy, self-efficacy, financial motivation planning, risk in financial planning, and retirement financial planning among people living in the northeastern region of Thailand through empirical data performed by confirmatory factor analysis, 2) to analyze causal relationship of financial literacy, self-efficacy, financial motivation planning, risk in financial planning, and retirement financial planning among people living in the northeastern region of Thailand by ...
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    Comparative Studies in Asean Public Administration 

    ไพโรจน์ ภัทรนรากุล (Semadhama Publishing House, 2018-09)
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    COMPENSATION DETERMINATION FACTORS FOR THE EXECUTIVE PERSONNEL GROUPS OF STATE ENTERPRISES IN THAILAND: A CASE STUDY OF GROUP A STATE ENTERPRISES IN THAILAND  

    Gornkrit Sakronsatian; Chindalak Vadhanasindhu (NIDA, 6/10/20)

    This research aims to find personal characteristic factors of the executive personnel groups (EPGs), by considering the characteristics of an organization, which leads to different compensation determination. The researcher also adds political relationship factor into consideration. The researcher uses the mixed-method research by in-depth interviews with 25 personnel who involve with the compensation determination process of the target group. Questionnaires were used to collect information from 347 employees in state enterprises from level 5 or ...
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    EARLY WARNING SYSTEM FOR REAL ECONOMY:A CASE STUDY OF THAILAND 

    Jeerawadee Pumjaroen; Preecha Vichitthamaros (NIDA, 8/8/20)

    The research aims to identify Composite Leading Indexes (CLIs) and develops the Early Warning System (EWS) by Partial Least Squares Structural Equation Modeling (PLS-SEM). The objective of EWS is to forecast the Economic Cycle (EC) in short-term, medium-term, and long-term periods. Data from Thailand during Q1/2003-Q4/2008 are applied to pursue the purposes. The research uses Real Gross Domestic Product (GDP) as a proxy for the Thai economy, which is the target variable that EWS aims to early signal. The indicators from various economic sectors ...
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    ECONOMIC SIGNIFICANCE OF WORK EXPERIENCE: EVIDENCE FROM THAILAND 

    Kritsada Wattanasaovaluk; Suchittra Chamnivickorn (NIDA, 9/26/20)

    The decline in labor force due to a rapid transition of population structure to an aging society in Thailand has raised concerns over economic potential of the country and demanded urgent policies to tackle the labor reduction problem. Promoting elderly employment is a possible way of addressing the reduction in labor force, as current and future seniors tend to be healthy and highly educated. They can maintain human capital and remain productive even after retirement. Elders are highly experienced and this human capital enables them to work ...
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    THE EFFECT OF AUTHENTIC LEADERSHIP AND INNOVATION ADOPTION ON INNOVATIVE WORK BEHAVIOR IN THAI CONTEXT 

    Prapai Charoonnarth; Bung-on Sorod (NIDA, 7/9/20)

    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 EFFECTS OF CORPORATE GOVERNANCE, HUMAN RESOURCE PRACTICES, AND ORGANIZATIONAL WELLBEING ON ORGANIZATIONAL PERFORMANCE: THE FIRMS LISTED ON THE STOCK EXCHANGES IN THAILAND  

    Karnpaphim Auttajate; Montree Socatiyanurak (NIDA, 5/31/20)

    The effects of corporate governance, human resources practices, and organizational wellbeing on organizational performance of the companies listed on the stock exchanges in Thailand were the thesis title of this current study. Quantitative research approach was adopted to examine those effects. Its research objective was to investigate the direct and indirect effects of corporate governance, human resources practices, and organizational wellbeing on organizational performance. The companies listed on the stock exchange of Thailand and the market ...
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    THE EFFECTS OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS ON EMPLOYEE JOB PERFORMANCE IN THAILAND’S STATE ENTERPRISES 

    Wisit Manee; Boon-Anan Phinaitrup (NIDA, 6/11/20)

    The objectives of this research were: 1) to study the human resource management systems (HRMS) in Thailand’s state enterprises; 2) to study the impact of the perceptions of HRMS on employee job performance in Thailand’s state enterprises; 3) to test the mediation effect in the relationship between the perceptions of HRMS and employee job performance in Thailand’s state enterprises; 4) To test the moderation effects on relationship levels between the perceptions of HRMS and mediating variables and between mediating variables and employee job ...
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    EXPLORING CASUAL FACTORS OF ACTIVE SPORT TOURISTS AFFECTING THE REVISIT INTENTIONS TO SPORT EVENT PARTICIPATION IN THAILAND 

    Kanokwan Phoaroon; Watsida Boonyanmethaporn (NIDA, 9/28/20)

    Sport event is a main driver that generate large proportion of income of sport tourism industry which is a growing sector of global tourism industry. However, it remains relatively untapped research in Thailand. Triathlon event is chosen as a case study for this research as it is becoming very popular in Thailand, yet there is no research being done. The scope of the study has been defined by the following research objectives (1) To access the level of Thai triathletes’ perceptions towards the sport event elements, destination attributes, event ...
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    FACTORS INFLUENCING THE IMPROVEMENT OF KNOWLEDGE SHARING: EMPIRICAL STUDY OF THE INDUSTRIAL ESTATE AUTHORITY OF THAILAND (IEAT) 

    Pitchaya Javakorn; Chindalak Vadhanasindhu (NIDA, 10/28/19)

               The important of knowledge sharing in knowledge based economy is very critical for the competitiveness of any organizations. IEAT is demanded to motivate its employees to perform even more complex tasks. More importantly, a unique challenge is how to develop or install strategy of the organization that would help upgrading employee efficient skills and employee knowledge through the supply chain, as well as making decision more precise.             This research was design to investigate the relationship among learning organization ...
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    FLIPPED LEARNING PEDAGOGY IN HIGHER EDUCATION : A POLICY FRAMEWORK FOR INDIA 

    Namita Sravat; Pairote Pathranarakul (NIDA, 6/8/20)

    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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    GEOGRAPHICAL DIFFERENCES IN THE EVOLUTIONARY PATTERN OF NEPALI NONGOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS AND NOT FOR PROFIT COMPANIES 

    Dipendra K C; Tippawan Lorsuwannarat (NIDA, 5/22/20)

    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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    IMPACT OF LEADER-MEMBER EXCHANGE, COMMUNICATION, AND CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY ON EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE AND TURNOVER INTENTION: A CASE STUDY OF TRUE CORPORATION PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED 

    Ekasit Kansuwiro; Boon-Anan Phinaitrup (NIDA, 7/8/20)

    During this digital disruption era, many organizations have to prepare themselves to be ready for coping with all the changes. One of the approaches that many organizations choose to perform is to create workforce flexibility by recruiting employees as short-term contract. The other approach is to replace some jobs that are currently performed by human with automation or robot. Anyway, many research papers found that jobs that will continue being performed by human are those jobs that require human skill, for example customer service or sales ...
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    THE IMPACT OF SAVING SCHEMES ON SAVING BEHAVIOUR: EVIDENCE FROM THAILAND 

    Siam Sakaew; Amornrat Apinunmahakul (NIDA, 9/11/20)

    Thailand has many compulsory saving schemes for income security at old age. A crucial question is whether how different saving schemes affect saving behavior of workers with different working status. Whether the dissimilar in saving is related to the observable characteristics of workers or is due to the effect of benefits in different saving schemes. It is essential to determine that compulsory saving schemes encourage formal workers to save more or discourage saving. At the same time, it must be determined whether informal workers who do not ...
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    THE INFLUENCE OF TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIP ON FOLLOWERS' PERFORMANCE OUTCOMES: THE CASE OF THAI CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 

    Arrada Mahamitra; Chindalak Vadhanasindhu (NIDA, 12/24/19)

    The aim of this research was to examine the influence of transformational leadership and the followers' performance outcomes of the Thai Chamber of Commerce using the moderating variables of political skill, innovative work behavior, and creative work environment. The question remains unanswered as to how the leaders of non-governmental agencies such as the Thai Chamber of Commerce perform in the challenging economic world. The study used empirical research in order to ascertain the important characteristics of transformational leadership in order ...
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    AN INVESTIGATION OF ELDERCARE IN THAILANDTHROUGH THE INSTITUTIONAL LOGICS LENS 

    Santhita Phayungphong; Phichai Ratnatilaka na Bhuket (NIDA, 12/27/19)

    The purpose of this research is to unfold the compelling logics that shape collective norms and behaviors, and to collect empirical evidence on how the changing context of the Thai family structure is affecting the geriatric and long-term care industry in Thailand. This study employs the constructivist grounded theory method under the theoretical view of the institutional logics perspective. A purposeful selection of participants is identified by their involvement and expertise in the area of study. Data collection from intensive interviews and ...
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    KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDINGOF THE PHILOSOPHY OF SUFFICIENCYECONOMY, BY APPLICATION OF THE PHILOSOPHYOF SUFFICIENCY ECONOMY IN PERSONALFINANCE MANAGEMENT AND THE RESULTSOF PERSONAL FINANCIAL MANAGEMENTOF NON-AGRICULTURAL PEOPLE 

    Rakpong Sansri; Montree Socatiyanurak (NIDA, 5/31/20)

    This article studied knowledge and understanding of the philosophy of sufficiency economy, by application of the philosophy of the sufficiency economy in personal financial management and the results of personal financial management of non-agricultural people. In the poverty-stricken provinces in each region are Amnat Charoen province, Chainat province, Pattani province and Mae Hong Son province. The number of samples is 400 samples for a total of 1,600 samples. This article were to study: 1) Analyze direct influences and indirect influences of ...
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    KPI YEARBOOK 2561 

    สุรสิทธิ์ วชิรขจร (บริษัท เอ.พี. กราฟิค ดีไซน์และการพิมพ์ จำกัด, 2018-08)
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    LEVEL OF CIVIC ENGAGEMENT ON FACEBOOK AND FACTORS AND MOTIVATIONS TO CREATE CIVIC NETIZENS : CASE STUDY OF ASSUMPTION UNIVERSITY STUDENTS 

    Ammaritta Rattanapanop; Warat Karuchit (NIDA, 11/29/19)

              The research of Level of civic engagement on Facebook and factors and motivations to create civic netizens: case study of Assumption university students is a quantitative and qualitative research. The researcher uses an experiment on Facebook and in depth interview to find (1) level of engagement (2) factors facilitate university students to become civic netizens (3) motivations facilitating for youth to become civic netizens (4) approach to create civic netizens. The research result demonstrates that (1) Thai youth have low level of ...
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    Marketing Communications: Interacting with Customers and Building Strong Brands 

    บุญชัย หงส์จารุ (Aekpimthai Publishing, 2018-07)