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Customer purchase intention toward new energy passenger vehicles: a case of China Yuan, Aoxue; Aweewan Panyagometh (National Institute of Development Administration, 2017)
From 2009 to 2015, the sales of new energy passenger vehicles in China rapidly surged from 319 to 206,793 units, which recorded an increasing popularity of new energy vehicles. This study aims to investigate the effects of customer perceived value (price value, quality value, emotional value and social value), government policy and environmental consciousness on customer purchase intention toward new energy passenger vehicles in China. This study also intends to give suggestions to promote the new energy vehicle market as well as to increase the ...
Life cycle cost analysis of end-off-life vehicle to examine the economic feasibility and management policy in Thailand Pongsak Wonglertkunakorn; Aweewan Panyagometh (National Institute of Development Administration, 2018)
A vehicle that is no longer used is called an End-of-Life Vehicle (ELV). ELV management is a crucial issue that is addressed by many countries who are keen to reduce waste and improve the ELV treatment process. In developed countries, regardless of the different policies they chose, ELV management is stable and systematic. In Thailand, there is no direct law or regulation for ELV management. In addition, the current policy promotes the use of old cars because the annual tax registration renewal fee is reduced from year six by ten percent every ...
Payment behavior of chinese internet literature reader: the use of planned behavior and social capital theories Zhuoma, Lamu; Aweewan Panyagometh (National Institute of Development Administration, 2022)
How should we understand the internet literature payment behavior in China? This research argued that Chinese internet literature is an internet+ literature from the management's perspective. The theory of planned behavior is also applicable to Chinese internet literature payment behavior. And readers’ virtual social capital indirectly influences readers’ payment behavior by directly influencing readers’ planned behavior. The conceptual framework of this research is to prove the relationship between social capital and planned behavior to support ...
Thai durian supply chain characteristics, performance indicators, and analytic hierarchy process Asdawut Siriprasertchok; Aweewan Panyagometh (National Institute of Development Administration, 2020)
In managing agri-food supply chains, performance measurement is one of the strategic issues of a firm to achieve business success since it helps in determining courses of action through evaluation of earlier practices and benchmarking, addressing performance gaps, as well as redesigning a firm strategy and management system. In spite of its business vitality, little attention has been paid to this area of study. As Thailand is the top durian exporter in the global market, this paper aims to explore the characteristics of the Thai durian supply ...
The elderly problems and policies in China: a comparison with Japan Liu, Yue; Aweewan Panyagometh (National Institute of Development Administration, 2017)
This research was conducted qualitatively through review, analysis, and comparison of Chinese and Japanese policies regarding elderly policy. The methodology used in this study was literature analysis. Data on elderly population were collected from World Bank website and elderly policy documents were from a government website. The study aimed to (1) find out about the aging problem in China, (2) compare the policies on the elderly in China and Japan, and (3) provide policy recommendations for the Chinese government. The results showed that China ...
The smart farming by adopting the philosophy of the sufficiency economy: the case study of duck farm, Latkrabang, Thailand Phanita Phakdi; Aweewan Panyagometh (National Institute of Development Administration, 2018)
Focusing on agricultural business seems promising. Considering on environment and capability of most Thai farmers, smart Farm in Thailand should be household-based farming by using simple and economical feasible technology will generate income for households on sufficiency economy basis. The objectives of this study are to develop farming and knowledge dissemination about the smart farming by adopting the philosophy of the sufficiency economy in duck farm prototype. To develop technology need assessment of duck farm in alignment with the concept ...