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     Ms.Tipnuch Phungsoonthorn, a recent Ph.D. graduate of ICO NIDA, successfully published part of her doctoral dissertation in the “Equality, Diversity and Inclusion”.      This is a high-quality journal ranked in the “SCImago Quartile 1 (Best quartile)” in the area of Cultural Studies, with “H-index=19”.      Her research was under close supervision

     Ms.Jenette Villegas Puyod, a recent Ph.D. graduate of ICO NIDA, successfully published part of her doctoral dissertation in the “Management Research Review”.      This is a high-quality journal ranked in the “SCImago Quartile 2 (Best quartile)” in the area of Business, Management and Accounting, with “H-index=42”.      Her research was under

     Ms. Arti Pandey, a recent Ph.D. graduate of ICO NIDA, successfully published part of her doctoral dissertation in the “Journal of Asia Business Studies”.      The journal is recently ranked in the “SCImago Quartile 1 (Best quartile)” in the area of Economics, Econometrics and Finance, the year that her paper was accepted

Why many Thai entrepreneurs are superstitious?      The theories in psychology suggested that superstitious behaviors tend to be particularly relevant for individuals who are facing with stressful and uncertain situations. Business entrepreneurs, especially those who recently faced with business problems, seem to fit this theoretical perspective because they had to endure a significant loss

     The research by Dr. Peerayuth Charoensukmongkol (a faculty of ICO NIDA) coauthored with Dr. Pronprom Suthatorn (a former PhD student of ICO NIDA) found that Mindfulness could help salesperson to increase optimism, resilience, and self-efficacy, thereby helping them to lower emotional exhaustion in their career.      Direct selling is a highly stressful

     Mr. Fabian Driediger, the Master’s student of ICO NIDA who successfully published his research in the Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services. The journal is ranked in the quartile 1 of the SCImago Database. His research was from the independent study he conducted under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Veera Bhatiasevi who is

Did the recent stock plummet made you nervous? Did it make you commit wrong trading decisions and suffer financial losses in the end?      The good news is “mindfulness meditation” is a practice that may help stock traders achieve better trading performance. According to a recent study of ICO NIDA faculties, Asst. Prof. Dr.

     Dr. Pornprom Suthatorn, a recent Ph.D. graduate from ICO NIDA, has successfully published his doctoral dissertation in the “Journal of Human Resources in Hospitality & Tourism” under close guidance and support of his dissertation advisor. The Journal of Human Resources in Hospitality & Tourism is the international journal ranked in the 3th Quartile

     Pakamon Sasatanun, a PhD.’s student of ICO-NIDA who successfully published her research article in “Antecedents and outcomes associated with social media use in customer relationship management of Thai microenterprises”, The International journal ranked in the Scimago journal database.      A mission of the International College of NIDA (ICO-NIDA) is to help our

This is an interesting study of the relevant role of Thailand on international trade of food and agricultural products, which are in concordance with its successful national strategy positioned itself as the “Kitchen of the World”. To that end, and when looking at its agricultural promotion and export policies, the country has not yet taken

Parents or Peers, Wealth or Warmth?

Tuesday, 10 November 2015 by

The purpose of this paper is to gain knowledge between family wealth, positive outlook, and support from significant others, incorporating parents and friends, on self-efficacy and happiness. The partial least squared structural equation modeling (PLS-SEM) has been used to analyze the impact of family wealth, social support, and positive outlook on self-efficacy and one’s own

Nonprofit Organizations and ICT

Tuesday, 10 November 2015 by

The role of nonprofit organizations (NPOs) in nations’ development has received little attention from scholars in developing countries. However, a growing body of experience indicates that NPOs play a positive role in that development (Clark, 1991). Their contributions to economic development include providing goods and services, especially meeting needs that have not thus far been

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