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Public sector reform in Thailand : causes and consequences / Wasan Luangprapat.

By: Wasan Luangprapat.
Contributor(s): Kobe University. Graduate School of International Cooperation Studies.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall no.: PLSC JQ 2008 623491Publication: Kobe, Japan : Graduate School of International Cooperation Studies (GSICS) Kobe University, 2008Description: x, 239 leaves : ill.Subject(s): Public administration -- Thailand
Contents:
Chapter 1 Introduction -- Chapter 2 Historical Background of Contemporary Thai Politics and Administration -- Chapter 3 The Legalization of Administrative Practice: The First Wave of Administrative Reform (1992-2000) -- Chapter 4 Thai Politics and Administration under Thaksin and The Thai Rak Thai Party -- Chapter 5 The Instrumentalization of the Thai Bureaucracy: The Second Wave of Administrative Reform (2001-2006) -- Chapter 6 Conclusion: Institutional Changes and The Politics of Public Sector Reform.
Dissertation note: Thesis (Ph.D.(Political Science))--Kobe University, 2008
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Thesis (Ph.D.(Political Science))--Kobe University, 2008

Chapter 1 Introduction -- Chapter 2 Historical Background of Contemporary Thai Politics and Administration -- Chapter 3 The Legalization of Administrative Practice: The First Wave of Administrative Reform (1992-2000) -- Chapter 4 Thai Politics and Administration under Thaksin and The Thai Rak Thai Party -- Chapter 5 The Instrumentalization of the Thai Bureaucracy: The Second Wave of Administrative Reform (2001-2006) -- Chapter 6 Conclusion: Institutional Changes and The Politics of Public Sector Reform.

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