Browsing by Subject "Financial crises -- Thailand"
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(Assumption University, 2000)
(Assumption University, 2004)
The research on environmental scanning practices of medium sized finance companies in Thailand, during and after the 1997 economic crisis, shows that companies with well-organized and managed environmental scanning process have steered through the turbulent environment and have become highly competitive in their posture. As companies focus on short and long term horizons and look at a broader set of factors they are able to better foresee changes in the environment and respond towards these movements more pragmatically. ...
Financial structures of the manufacturing corporate sector of Thailand around economic crisis : a decomposition measure approach (Assumption University, 2003)
This paper describes an investigation into the financial structure of the manufacturing corporate sector of Thailand before and after the economic crisis. The structure is important for financial statement analysts who are often concerned with changes over time in the relative shares of the financial statement items. Decomposition analysis has been used for measuring the relative shares. It is found that the decomposition measures are higher after the economic crisis. The total liabilities decomposition measure was found ...
(Assumption University, 2003)
The predictors of financial distress : evidence from nonfinancial firms listed in Thailand during 2000 to 2009 (Assumption University, 2010)