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    Bankruptcy prediction using camel ratios : the case of the stock exchange of Thailand 

    Malinee Ronapat (Assumption University, 2006)

    The objective of this paper is to find a model to predict bankruptcy of firms listed on the Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET) by using a secondary data approach. Using five ratios and applying logistic regression approach, the CAMEL model was then created. The results show the model could be used as a predictor; however, the degree of accuracy may vary with different time, situations and environments.
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    Investment in gold : an alternative for Thai investors 

    Malinee Ronapat (Assumption University, 2007)

    This paper investigates the movement of gold prices from 1981 to 2007 in the developing mar- ket of Thailand. h adopu summary statistics, · price index and exponential smoothing average tech- niques to explore the short and long-term investment strategies in gold. The .findings suggest that Thai investors should buy during the first six months of the year and sell in December to obtain maximum return. It is also suggested that the longer the investment horizon, the more apparent iJ the associated return and risk.
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    Money management in University students 

    Malinee Ronapat (Assumption University, 2005)

    This paper investigates the sources of allowance, spending and saving behavior of students. The results show that the majority of the Thai youngsters are dependent, extravagant, having high expenses with little or no savings. The researcher suggests that money management and saving culture should be developed in order to create self and social responsibility among students.
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    The propensity to pay dividends : the case of Thai listed firms 

    Malinee Ronapat (Assumption University, 2004)

    This paper investigates the propensity to pay dividends of the listed firms in the developing capital market of Thailand. It adopts similar methodology to Fama and French (2001) and explores the propensity to pay dividends given the particular characteristics of firms. These characteristics include profitability, investment opportunities and size. The findings suggest that the propensity to pay dividends slightly decline in pre-crisis, largely decline during crisis, but is resumed later in post-crisis period.
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    The regulatory use of credit rating : 

    Malinee Ronapat (Assumption University, 2005)

    This paper discusses the uses of crediting rating for regulatory purpose. It focuses on the Basel Accords and the use of credit ratings in the Accords to increase the safety and soundness of internationally active banks. The paper focuses mainly on the Basel Accords and rating of developing countries such as Thailand. In developing countries, the Basel Accords have an impact on the way financial institutions manage their reserve requirements for risky assets. Split rating and Rating shopping are also discussed as ...