Browsing AU Journal of Management: Vol. 2, No. 2 (2004) by Issue Date
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The importance-performance analysis of service quality in administrative departments of private universities in Thailand (Assumption University, 2004)
Service quality is one of key success factors that lead an organization to success in this era of privatization. To be a service leader is very important in all industries, including education. It is very critical that private universities offer quality services to students. The competition among educational institutions in both the state and private sector in Thailand is intense. Therefore, improving the service quality in private universities is one of the strategies to increase their sustainable competitive advantage. ...
A study of teachers' burnout in relation to organizational citizenship behaviors and teaching experience (Assumption University, 2004)
This study sought to explain the relationship of teachers 'burnout with organizational citizenship behaviors and teaching experience. The Mas/ash Burnout Inventory was used to assess teachers' burnout on the basis of three dimensions, which are the components of chronic occupational stress. Organizational citizenship behaviors was assessed in terms of five dimensions and an instrument was developed and piloted in order to measure teachers' organizational citizenship behaviors. Results indicated that female teachers ...
Service quality in administrative departments of private universities in Thailand : strategies and recommendations (Assumption University, 2004)
To be a service leader in the educational field, it is necessary for private universities to offer quality services to students. As a continuation of the previous paper (Kitcharoen, 2004) on the service quality of administrative departments in Thai private universities, this research was aimed at exploring university senior administrators' opinions about service quality. Six private universities were randomly chosen from the population of 26 private universities in Thailand. The presidents and vice presidents of ...
(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.