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    The mismatch in thai labor market : Overeducation 

    Akkaya Senkrua (National Institute of Development Administration, 2015)

    Greater educational accessibility in Thailand has considerably contributed to a collective higher level of educational attainment of the Thai labor force. Nevertheless, with the ease of access, the number of workers with overeducation has significantly risen. Overeducation refers to a situation in which a person’s education attainment exceeds the requirements of a job, giving rise to a variety of unfavorable outcomes for individuals, employers and society.
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    Exchange rate co-movement and volatility spill over in Africa 

    Carsamer, Emmanuel (National Institute of Development Administration, 2015)

    Although research interest in why and how economies are related to each other continues to accumulate (Joyce, 2013, Todd, 2008), our understanding of the mechanisms through which economic turmoil in one region transmits to another is still unclear. The motivations for this study were to examine the volatility transmission in the African foreign exchange market and the global world through financial interdependence and factors explaining exchange rate co-movement. The thesis set out to find answers to the questions of volatility spill over...
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    Analysis of corruption and foreign direct investment in Africa 

    Abotsi, Anselm Komla (National Institute of Development Administration, 2014)

    This research seeks to formulate a theory relating FDI and corruption and empirically assess the aptness of this theory. This research seeks not only to establish that in general corruption has a negative impact on FDI inflow to Africa but also to show that there is a threshold referred to as the Corruption Tolerable Level of Investment (CTLI), below which corruption is expected to have a positive impact on FDI inflow to Africa. This research also seeks to deploy data on actual corruption to establish that corruption has a negative impact...
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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 (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 purchase...
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    Dynamics of poverty, inequality and Thai government provincial budget allocation 

    Areeporn Asawinpongphan (National Institute of Development Administration, 2014)

    This dissertation examines the impact of government budget allocation (all inper capita unit) to inequality and poverty by single household level covered in 75provinces. The study is based on in-depth analysis the dynamic of governmentexpenditures and other factors such as inflation, gross provincial product (GPP) andunemployment to the two main welfare indicators (inequality and poverty). The studyapplied panel data analysis in provincial level. The study result shows thatgovernment budget allocations per capita from each ministry can alleviat...
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    Non-cognitive skills and labor market outcomes : evidences from Thailand 

    Ponlapat Rattana-ananta (สถาบันบัณฑิตพัฒนบริหารศาสตร์, 2014)

    This study consists of both theoretical and empirical parts. In the theoretical part, the definitions of non-cognitive skills and similar proposed concepts are revealed as individual psychological characteristics that signal the skills or abilities to provide individual or improve group “effort,” and these characteristics can be observed through one’s personality, traits, behaviours, habits, and attitudes. A review of existing effort-inclusive economic models and psychological theories of motivation confirmed that effort involves both pre...
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    Technological investment of Thai industries and government support 

    Vasu Suvanvihok (สถาบันบัณฑิตพัฒนบริหารศาสตร์, 2013)

    This study investigates the behavior of Thai industries’ R&D and innovation activities using the institutional framework in analyses. The theoretical models based on microeconomic foundations, with incorporated institutional attributes, are developed for the analyses of firms’ strategic decisions on technological investment. The empirical study, using firm-level data from Thailand R&D and Innovation activities surveyed the industrial sector of 2009, examines four main hypotheses according to theoretical models; including the variables of ...
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    A willingness to pay study of heritage interpretation : a case study of the historic city of Ayutthaya 

    Wiroj Lakkhanaadisorn (National Institute of Development Administration, 2013)

    In general, the contingent valuation studies applied to the valuation of cultural heritage sites are usually carried out for the purpose of physical conservation. However, to conserve the heritage site sustainably, heritage interpretation is one of the main factors that cannot be neglected. As a result, this study was conducted to elicit the value of the restoration and improvement of heritage interpretation (information board, exhibits, booklets, pamphlets, tourist guide services, etc.) with the selection of the Historic City of Ayutthay...
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    Self-control against half-intuitive reactions 

    Pakathorn Na Pattalung (National Institute of Development Administration, 2013)

    People often make everyday decisions based on their intuition. A large number of experiments in Neuroeconomics and Behavioral Economics draw this conclusion without providing explanations on the reaction-generating processes. These intuitive reactions are efficient and appropriate in many situations. However, when the issue at stake concerns immediate rewards; intuitive reactions usually lead to suboptimal results. In fact, these continued reaction patterns may breed bad habits and act as endogenous constraints to one's making an optimal choice...
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    Risk, uncertainty, and insurance in Thai aricultural households 

    Aeggarchat Sirisankanan (National Institute of Development Administration, 2013)

    For the first time, this paper uses three-wave Thai household panel data for the entire country over the period 2005 to 2007 to investigate the impact of income shocks and income uncertainty on Thai agricultural ...
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    Stock market bubbles, investment risk and the role of monetary policy in Thailand 

    Surakiat Kahaboonsirihansa (National Institute of Development Administration. School of Development Economics., 2013)

    The dividend discounted models with rational expectation under a perfect expectation model; CAPM, ICAPM and APT are used for the study. The results show that there are no bubbles in Thailand under Engle and Granger co-integration test and
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    Developing competency model of Theravada Buddhist Monks in Thailand 

    Sallaya Ratanopas (National Institute of Development Administration, 2013)
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    Screening for bid rigging in rural road procurement of Thailand 

    Sutthi Suntharanurak (National Institute of Development Administration, 2012)
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    The public demand for a free HIV vaccination programme 

    Charoenchai Agmapisarn (National Institute of Development Administration, 2009)
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    Wage inequality in manufacturing sector 

    Piyanan Suwanmana (National Institute of Development Administration, 2011)
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    Welfare analysis of household demand for vehicle fuel 

    Wilaiwan Sirirotjanaput (National Institute of Development Administration, 2012)
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    The two-period dividend policy model and its application to Shanghai and New York Stock Exchanges 

    Jiang, Jun (National Institute of Development Administration, 2010)
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    The inequality of opportunity to participate in higher education in Thailand 

    Montchai Pinitjitsamut (National Institute of Development Administration, 2008)
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    The optimal currency denomination structure : a case of Thailand 

    Pat Pattanarangsun (National Institute of Development Administration, 2011)
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