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Research causal relationship model of factors affecting the asset management of savings and credit cooperatives in Thailand. The objective is to analyze the confirmatory components of the causal relationship model of factors affecting asset management of the savings cooperatives in Thailand. Which has determined the research into 2 forms: Mixed Methods Research is a qualitative research, combined with quantitative research. The research population is a savings cooperative in Thailand which is supervised by the Cooperative Promotion Department (Excluding the assembly) 1,377 organizations with a total population of 3,058,988 people. The sample group in this research was 520 people using Simple Random Sampling. The tools used in the research were questionnaires and 5 levels of assessment, 44 items with confidence values of 0.98 to analyze the confirmatory components and to analyze the structural equation model.
The research found that. Asset management of savings cooperatives in Thailand the overall picture is at a high level. Sorted in descending order as follows: financial security and application of management accounting techniques respectively. The results of the analysis of factors affecting asset management of savings cooperatives in Thailand consist of 2 factors: 1) financial security factors and 2) technical accounting management factors Most of them affect the management of savings cooperatives in Thailand. And the results of the causal relationship model of factors affecting asset management of savings cooperatives in Thailand. With statistical significance at the level of .05 and .01 and the measurement model is consistent with the empirical data. All models consist of 2 aspects, namely financial stability factor measurement model and 2) technical factor measurement model. Management Accounting.
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