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Title: The Factors of Education, Necessity, Access toward Recent Thai Business Graduates' Perception of Contract Management
Authors: Aria Fatourehchi
Keywords: Contract management
Contact law
Contact perceptions in Thailand
Issue Date: 2021
Publisher: Bangkok University
Abstract: The research involves a study on the current perception of contract law knowledge among recent business graduates. The study discusses three dependent variables argued to determine the “perception” of contract law knowledge among recent business graduates in Thailand. The first dependent variable involves education and it‟s factors namely self- study/ training options, course enrolment, and University. The second dependent variable involves necessity and it has captured the factors of entrepreneurship, career life, and everyday activities as defining the necessity of contract law knowledge. The third independent variable involves the issue of access and it has captured the aspects of free and paid university study materials as determining the level of student perception. In ascertaining the effect of necessity, education, and access on graduates' perception of contract law, the research has applied a descriptive case study that involved a focus on social platforms with recent Thailand business graduates. Self- administered questionnaires were used as data collection tools and the findings were coded and analysed using frequencies measures and multiple regression. Based on the findings, the factors of necessity and education were identified to significantly affect the recent Thai business graduates' perception of contract law knowledge. Access factor did not affect the perception level of most graduates. The discussion part of the research involves a comparative discussion of the named findings as related to the empirical and theoretical evidence used in the study. Ultimately, the discussion section suggested recommendations based on the findings to help future researchers and as well help higher education system development agendas in Thailand higher education delivery system.
Description: Independent Study (M.B.A.)--Graduate School, Bangkok University, 2021
Advisor(s): Suthinan Pomsuwan
URI: http://dspace.bu.ac.th/jspui/handle/123456789/4959
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