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    Relationships between locations vs building characteristics on serviced apartment rent : Bangkok CBD studies 

    Sonthya Vanichvatana (Assumption University, 2006)

    This research investigates and compares relationships between both locations and building characteristics on rent of apartments and serviced apartments. The 3 case studies investigated are in Bangkok CBD (Central Business Districts). Instead of using focused analysis on either location or buildings with mass data analysis, the study applies case studies which allow the benefit of cross investigation of both factors. The results show that to judge for rents, one cannot use either location or number of ...
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    The effect of restaurant attributes on customers' overall perception and return patronage : 

    Batra, Adarsh; Ramapuram, Thresi Emmanue, jt. auth. (Assumption University, 2006)

    The purpose of this article is to determine the effect of restaurant attributes on customers' overall perception and return patronage, and whether dining occasions affect return patronage in Ebony Restaurant, Bangalore (India). A sample survey method was used,. with a structured questionnaire as the research instrument, at Ebony restaurant Bangalore, (India). Datafi-om 400 guests, as respondents, was used for statistical analysis. Findings showed that there is a correlation between restaurant attributes and ...
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    Inflation hedging characteristics of housing markets in Thailand 

    Annop Peungchuer (Assumption University, 2006)

    Property has been traditionally perceived as a good hedge against inflation. Extensive empiri- cal researches have been undertaken to prove whether properties hedge against inflation in different countries. This paper explores the relationship between inflation and returns in the housing markets in Thailand. Only the appreciation component, not income, of housing market returns is taken into account due to the limitations of data. Inflation is decomposed into expected and unexpected inflation. As expected inflation ...