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    Patients' perception of quality hospital services : a study in four hospitals located in Metropolitan Bangkok 

    Charuwan Tadadej; Voradej Chandarasorn, chairperson (National Institute of Development Administration, 2000)
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    Payments for forest environmental service policy and sustainable development : a case study of Vietnam 

    Do, Teo Dang; Anchana Na Ranong (National Institute of Development Administration, 2019)

    Payments for ecosystem services (PES) is widely employed in various settings; however, in what contexts and whether PES programs achieve their objectives by improving local livelihoods and conservation goals is still being debated. This dissertation assessed the impact of the Payments for Forest Environmental Service (PFES) policy on financial, natural and institutional capitals in order to respond to the critical question on whether and how much the PFES policy has contributed to poverty reduction and ecological enhancement. A case study from ...
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    People's empowerment process for social solidarity of communities 

    Vilailak Rungmuangthong; Supannee Chaiumporn (National Institute of Development Administration, 2016)

    The objectives of this research were 1) to comprehend a process of empowerment of people (PEP) that is suitable to Thailand’s social conditions; 2) analyze major/main components of PEP in urban and rural communities; 3) to come up with a model on this matter and 4) to study problems and obstacles about this matter can also revealed. The areas of study are three communities as Ban Chonabot community; Ban Kueng-Muang community and Ban Ku-Muang community.
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    Performance based budgeting system : a study of poverty reduction policy implementation in Thailand 

    Buddhima Trakarnvanich; Ponlapat Buracom, advisor (National Institute of Development Administration, 2010)
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    Performance management for state enterprises in Thailand 

    Yanapol Sangsunt; Pornpen Petsuksiri, advisor (National Institute of Development Administration, 2007)
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    Policy and management strategies of Thung Yai Naresuan and Huai Kha Khaeng wildlife sanctuaries as a world natural heritage site 

    Klairong Poonpon; Pairote Pathranarakul (National Institute of Development Administration, 2017)

    The study of policy and management strategies of Thung Yai Naresuan and Huai Kha Khaeng Wildlife Sanctuaries as a World Natural Heritage site was conducted with the following aims: 1) to study the historic background of Thung Yai Naresuan and Huai Kha Khaeng Sanctuaries world natural heritage; 2) to study and analyze the current status, situations, and problems regarding the management of Thung Yai Naresuan and Huai Kha Khaeng Wildlife Sanctuaries; 3) to propose strategic management measures based on technical points of view on the world ...
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    Policy evaluation on promotion projects implemented by the Public Relations Department's Regional Offices 

    Jitraporn Sudhivoraseth; Sombat Thamrongthanyawong, chairperson (National Institute of Development Administration, 2002)
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    Policy implementation : budgeting and financial management practices of district health directorates in ghana 

    Ben Smith Owusu Bempah; Sombat Thamrongthanyawong, advisor (National Institute of Development Administration, 2012)
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    Policy implications for small and medium enterprise exchange : a study of market for alternative investment (mai) 

    Kanok Karnchanapoo; Montree Socatiyanurak (National Institute of Development Administration, 2014)

    Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) play an important part in Thailand’s economy; however, most SMEs have been struggling with financing their business operation and future growth. Undeniably, public funding is an untapped financing option for SMEs. Thus, the SME exchange is a crucial platform for SMEs to access public funding. In fact, the Market for Alternative Investment (MAI), operated under the Stock Exchange of Thailand, is an alternative capital market for SMEs. Although the MAI has been continuously growing, MAI still has a relatively ...
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    Politics, socioeconomic conditions and the welfare state: how politics and socioeconomic conditions have shaped the welfare regime in South Korea 

    Oh, Seil; Ponlapat Buracom (National Institute of Development Administration, 2019)

    In any country with a political system based upon democracy, it has been conventional wisdom that center-left or progressive regimes tend to expand welfare programs, while center-right or conservative governments are more likely to dismantle the welfare state. However, in reality, any political party with a distinct political position on welfare policies is usually put under public scrutiny, which makes it risky for them to simply follow their traditional beliefs, without taking into account public reactions over welfare-related decision-making. ...
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    Power, networking, satisfaction and commitment in the Thai service industry : a comparison of a private and public enterprise 

    Direk Thammarak; Chindalak Vadhanasindhu, chairperson (National Institute of Development Administration, 2004)
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    Proactive transparency and outward accountability in the public sector : the perspective of the frontline public bureaucrats in Bangladesh 

    Alom, Morshed; Suchitra Punyarathabandhu (National Institute of Development Administration, 2016)

    Transparency laws are argued to bring accountability to organizational activities. This dissertation aimed at answering the general research question of how organizational factors such as organizational culture, structure (discretion), and endowment (resources) affect the proactive transparency behavior and outward (citizen-centered) accountability orientation of the frontline public bureaucrats in the context of Bangladesh. Proactive transparency behavior is a tendency to disclose information about organizational activities for citizens’ ...
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    Production of industrial technician manpower in Thailand: problems and solutions 

    Bulanchai Udomariyasap; Nattha Vinijnaiyapak (National Institute of Development Administration, 2016)

    The purposes of this dissertation are, firstly, to study problems of the industrial technician production in Thailand and secondly, to analyze methods used to solve those problems.
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    Promoting inclusive development through allocation of national resources: the case of basic education in Ghana 

    Abubakari, Maliha; Ponlapat Buracom (National Institute of Development Administration, 2017)

    Economic growth and poverty reduction have generally recorded monumental gains in the last two decades globally. On the other hand, worldwide regional inequality has widened considerably. In the year 2009, spatial or regional inequality was one of the major themes of the World Development Report. Similarly, Goal 10 of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals aims at reducing inequalities within and among countries. These examples point to the relevance of issues of inequalities in contemporary global discourse on development. This study ...
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    Public and private partnerships in strengthening vocational education and training 

    Kessara Amornvuthivorn; Tippawan Lorsuwannarat (National Institute of Development Administration, 2015)

    This paper draws on the theoretical concepts from Inter-organizational relations theory, public governance, and public and private partnerships (PPPs), which are incorporated with the conceptions learned from the two cases of PPPs in technical vocational education and training in Singapore and the U.S. As a result, an initial conceptual framework was developed to guide in the understanding of the public and private partnership phenomenon. The framework includes a broad conceptualization of public and private partnerships, consisting of the ...
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    Public enterprise reform and organizational commitment : a comparative study on the energy public enterprises in Thailand 

    Sakda Siriphattrasophon; Chindalak Vadhanasindhu, advisor (National Institute of Development Administration, 2008)
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    Public expenditure analysis of the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration and its district offices 

    Pichit Ratchatapibhunphob; Montree Socatiyanurak, advisor (National Institute of Development Administration, 2012)
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    Public expenditure on education in Kenya: analysis of recent trends, education provision, and income distribution 

    Imana, David Kamar; Ponlapat Buracom (National Institute of Development Administration, 2017)

    The study of public expenditure on education typically revolves and is designed around theories that try to explain why public expenditure keeps on increasing. The basis of these theories is to test and predict the various factors that affect the growth of public expenditure, predominantly for the purpose of providing public policy recommendations that will not only improve service delivery but also that is expected to improve the welfare of the poor household income groups and regions as well. This study used both qualitative and quantitative ...
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    Public-private partnership (PPP) in Thailand : a case study of Bangkok Mass Transit system (BTS) 

    Krit Lertsethtakarn; Chandra-nuj Mahakanjana (National Institute of Development Administration, 2016)

    A basic administrative challenge in Thailand regarding basic transportation projects is the lack of sufficient funding. Since 1990, the public-private partnership (PPP) is an option for the government in developing basic transportation and maintaining economic growth in Thailand. Bangkok Mass Transit System (BTS) was the first successful mass transit system in Thailand and was originally funded totally by private parties, at 100% private investment. However, the project has faced many problems and obstacles caused by many factors and these ...
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    Public-private partnership in sustaining Thailand's food industry development 

    Pornsan Piyanantisak; Pairote Pathranarakul (National Institute of Development Administration, 2018)

    Over the past decade, the number of Public-Private Partnerships (PPP) in Thailand has risen significantly. The ‘Thailand 4.0’ economic model and the ‘Food Innopolis’ project, a pilot project initiated to utilize PPP as a tool for research and development (R&D) in the food industry, constitute two initiatives that emphasize the role of PPPs as a means of modernizing the nation’s food industry. However, despite the importance of PPPs in the food-processing sector, Thailand’s academic literature has not yet discussed this management tool in sufficient ...