Browsing by Subject "AEC"
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This article briefly looks at what changes might occur linguistically with the widening of English within ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) while at the same time looking at the changes that have taken place in both the language and attitude in the history of English in its country of origin in terms of two forms of imperative: the cooperative and the territorial. In one case, the cooperative imperative is seen as a need to continually modify the language in order to communicate with people within new contexts and cultures. On the other, the ...
(Assumption University, 2010)
The impact of labor migration liberalization in the ASEAN economic community: manufacturing sector in Thailand (Assumption University Press, 2019)
The aim of this research is to investigate the impacts of labor migration liberalization in the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) on the manufacturing industry of Thailand. The research was conducted because with the recent introduction of the AEC, there has been an increase in international trade between countries, including an increase in movement of labor (migration) between countries. Some industries, including manufacturing and finance, have particularly high levels of demand for skilled labor as well as a high level of intra-ASEAN FDI, indicating ...
NEED FOR NEW SMAC (SOCIAL-MOBILE-ANALYTIC-CLOUD) BASED EDUCATION FOR THAI YOUTH TO PARTICIPATE IN DIGITAL ECONOMY AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT (iSTEM, 2016-06-20)
Educators and employers in most countries are getting uneasy on many fronts because of hurdles created by old-economy based academic curricula and traditional mode of face-to-face (F2F) teaching which dominated education for the last two centuries. In this new century, innovations such as the Internet of Things (IoT), increased expansion of 3G/4G networks and exponential growth in the use of portable and smart devices is forcing many countries to upgrade their educational system with a specific focus on SMAC (Social, Mobile, Analytics and Cloud) ...
Quality of MBA Programs-Challenges for Thai Universities in the New ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) (Journal of Science and Technology, 2016-12-20)
Thailand as a country has been experiencing rapid increases in student enrollments in higher education. This has also led to creation of a variety of MBA programs. While it is largely debated, it is possible that the demand for MBA degrees would continue to grow. Although MBA programs in Thailand are proliferating but institutions with a good brand value are still lacking. The problem of MBA programs is more than rapid proliferation of below average management institutions. They impart substandard training through inefficient processes to youngsters ...