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    Strategic human resource management and development in Thailand 

    Somchat Visitchaichan; Juree Vichit-Vadakan, chairperson (National Institute of Development Administration, 2003)
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    Strategic leadership and organizational effectiveness : a study of the mass rapid transit authority of Thailand 

    Phiphat Nonthanathorn; Chindalak Vadhanasindhu, chairperson (National Institute of Development Administration, 2002)
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    Strategic management and organizational effectiveness : a case study of energy group of public company in Thailand 

    Vudhi Leelakusolvong; Pairote Pathranarakul, advisor (National Institute of Development Administration, 2009)

    This study probed into the insights of possible contributions to overall organizational effectiveness. The strategic management component is very useful in predicting top management team’s (TMT) perception towards environments which directly influence overall work behavior. It is therefore a powerful process for improving organizational effectiveness, especially that in the energy industry which has recently been receiving more attention. How to gain and hold advantage over competitors is the primary purpose of strategy and that which distinguishes ...
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    Strategic policy framework for strengthening the potential of small and medium enterprises toward ASEAN Economic Community 

    Rujira Paesai; Pairote Pathranarakul (National Institute of Development Administration, 2014)

    This dissertation aimed to 1) analyze the environment of Thailand’s Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) promotion policy in the past and the present SMEs promotion plans in order to learn about its environment, 2) evaluate the outcomes of the SMEs promotion policy in the past and the present Thai SMEs promotion plans in order to know the policy outcomes and its relationship with the key stakeholders’ roles in the public and the private sectors, 3) analyze and evaluate the potential of Thai SMEs in competing in the ASEAN Economic Community ...
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    Strengths and weaknesses of rural community organizations : cases of two sub-districts in Thailand 

    Prapee Kerdpermpoon; Juree Vichit-Vadakan, chairperson (National Institute of Development Administration, 2004)
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    Successful implementation for Thailand as an emerging donor for infrastructure development in GMS 

    Onramon Shuaytong; Kasemsarn Chotchakornpant (National Institute of Development Administration, 2017)

    This study was undertaken to accomplish five objectives: 1) to understand the need for Thailand to provide infrastructure assistance to neighboring countries , 2) to explore the various definitions of NEDA’s projects’ success from the point of view of different stakeholders comprised of the government, local administrations, and local people, 3)To explore a consensus definition of NEDA’s projects’ success, 4) to explore the factors that affect NEDA projects’ success, and 5) to propose a model for NEDA’s projects’ implementation success. The study ...
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    Sustainability performance measurement : an investigation into corporate best practices 

    Karun Kumar; Pairote Pathranarakul (National Institute of Development Administration, 2013)

    The concept of sustainable development has emerged as a key guiding principle and action agenda for all forms of environmental management, economic development and social justice. The much professed “triple bottom line” TBL (Financial, Social, and Environmental) has its proponents and detractors who argues whether holding corporations accountable to economic prosperity, social justice, and environmental quality, constitutes progress. International businesses often have improved performance when they include their social, ethical and ...
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    Sustainable community forest management in local development : community practice, people participation and the success of forest conservation 

    Pornthep Sritanatorn; Pairote Pathranarakul, advisor (National Institute of Development Administration, 2009)

    Community forest is an evolving and dynamic concept, which underlines the significance of process of local people’s participation. The concept has been widely accepted and implemented in numerous forest countries such as Nepal, India, Bhutan, Philippine, Vietnam, etc. In accordance with the concept, forests are perceived as a valuable asset and belonged to local community itself. In light of this notion, accountability in conserving forest is not particularly narrowed to government officials as it was in the past, but the local people in community ...
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    Sustainable management model for self-reliant community : a case study of the Ethnic Chong Klongplu, Khao Khitchakut District, Chanthaburi Province 

    Inthira Krongsiri; Pairote Pathranarakul (สถาบันบัณฑิตพัฒนบริหารศาสตร์, 2014)

    There are three objectives of this research “Sustainable Management Model for Self-Reliant Community: A Case Study of the Ethnic Chong Klongplu, Khao Khitchakut District, Chanthaburi Province.” These objectives are: 1) to study the situation in the community, way of life, and the adaptation of the ethnic Chong, Klongplu, Khao Khitchakut district, Chanthaburi, 2) to examine the community management and the state of problems following community-based approaches of the self-reliant ethnic Chong, Klongplu, Khao Khitchakut district, Chanthaburi, ...
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    Sustainable management of community-based tourism in Thailand 

    Nopparat Satarat; Pairote Pathranarakul, advisor (National Institute of Development Administration, 2010)

    Tourism industry in Thailand generates the country’s second largest source of revenue, which has generated significant revenue and income circulating throughout the nation. Rapid increasing rate of tourists has created negative impact on socioeconomic and environmental conditions, particularly natural exploitation, unequal income distribution and waste management problem. Thus, the need to develop tourism in a sustainable manner has also become a primary concern. In Thailand, the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) then shifted its policy towards ...
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    Sustainable tourism development in Ayutthaya 

    Nawin Minakan; Juree Vichit-Vadakan, advisor (National Institute of Development Administration, 2004)
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    Thai non-governmental organizations (NGOS) in the changes of the 21st century : an analytical study of the change process following the Tsunami disaster 

    Bundit Shovityakool; Juree Vichit-Vadakan, advisor (National Institute of Development Administration, 2008)
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    Thai SMES' response in the digital economy age : a case study of the service sector of community-based tourism in the upper Northern provinces group 2 

    Wannapa Tongdaeng; Chandra-nuj Mahakanjana (National Institute of Development Administration, 2021)

    The purposes of the study were to identify the factors affecting SMEs’ response in the digital economy age, to examine the context of policy implementation and the role of stakeholders in the promotion and development of SMEs in the service sector of community-based tourism (CBT), to analyze the competitiveness of CBT, and to reveal the gap of service quality of SMEs at the CBT attractions. The research design consisted of both the qualitative and quantitative methods in order to fulfill four objectives of the study. The findings of this study ...
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    Thailand fertility related policies and social institution factors influencing middle-income earning generation y's fertility intentions 

    Satayu Pattarakijkusol; Anchana NaRanong (National Institute of Development Administration, 2019)

    The ageing population phenomenon, also known as a greying population, is becoming a global problem. Many developed countries have been facing this demographic challenge for almost a decade. The ageing population is challenging because of an imbalance in a nation’s population structure. The problem occurs when a nation’s fertility and mortality rates decline. In other words, people live longer, and there are fewer newborn babies. Thailand’s fertility rate has been dramatically declining from 5.595 children per women in 1970 to 1.671 children ...
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    The achievement of export performance of small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in Thailand 

    Janchai Pitakunnop; Montree Socatiyanurak (National Institute of Development Administration, 2014)

    Today, international trade is very important thanks to small and medium enterprises‟ role in the economy through the boost of employment from their advantages on business opportunity. However, small and medium enterprises have their own disadvantage with respect to size, resources, and management capability that impede their opportunity to export. Yet, there are few practical research works about achievement of export performance of small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in Thailand. Most studies involve foreign markets in developed countries, ...
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    The analysis and evaluation of Thai students loans scheme implementation and the deferred debts 

    Sakulrat Talasophon; Sombat Thamrongthanyawong, advisor (National Institute of Development Administration, 2011)

    The Thai Student Loans Scheme (SLS) operation has been questioned for many years regarding its implementation performance. It satisfies many clients, but some not all. A critical problem was discovered when deferred debts (DD) were found as a cause of rising administrative costs at the SLS. So the Thai SLS still requests increasingly high national budget allocations year after year. What actually is the performance of Thai SLS operations, what are the key success factors in implementation, and what causes the DD? These questions are analyzed and ...
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    The analysis of policy implementation effectiveness on national security policy in southernmost provinces of thailand 

    Natthinee Piyasiripon; Nattha Vinijnaiyapak (National Institute of Development Administration, 2015)

    This research study utilized policy implementation theories and models to test the factors affecting national security policy implementation effectiveness in the three Southernmost provinces of Thailand, namely Pattani, Yala, and Narathiwat. The objective of this study is to investigate the major factors which influence the effectiveness of the implementation of the National Security Policy, which is concerned with maintaining peace and order in the three provinces. The units of analysis of this study were the government officers as the ...
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    The analysis of Thailand government expenditure : policy determination 

    Songtum Pinto; Sombat Thamrongthanyawong, chairperson (National Institute of Development Administration, 2002)
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    The analysis of the determinants of education expenditures in Thailand 

    Danuvas Sagarik; Ponlapat Buracom, advisor (National Institute of Development Administration, 2012)

    The aim of this integrative study builds on the established theories of public policy analysis, economics, and public finance to empirically investigate and analyze the determinants of public expenditure on education in Thailand. For the purpose of this study, it is posited that education expenditure are determined by multidimensional determinants. A number of theories are therefore incorporated regarding economic-demographic, political, institutional, decision-making theories as well as the concept of education. This study recognizes and quantifies ...