PUBLIC GOVERNANCE IN GLOBALIZATION TOWARDS THE FORMULATION OF POLICIES AND STRATEGIESDEVELOPMENT IN THAILAND

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Polwasit Lhakard

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Globalization was the cause of changes in politics, economy and society and also it caused the changing in the public governance, which made the designation of public policy in each country to adapt itself, in order to establish a mechanism for national administration and development. Currently, it became both of national and large-scale international issues with various dimensions. However public governance was an actor both within and out of the state that played an important role in managing the problems which led to the public policies making, including policy formulation, policy implementation to comply with the current globalization affecting each country. The methodology was included documents and case study analysis. The issues and options of public policy in the global context were revealed. By applying the framework of the global change, public administration and policy making process. Thailand will be a target of application. Thailand is a medium-sized country that would like to go out from middle income trap. Thailand has to acclimatize to the current global changing in order to overcome the income trap and able to design strategies and public policies in various aspects to develop the various aspects in order to get rid of the problem successfully. Thailand must develop itself to become a developed country as fast as possible.

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Lhakard, P. (2020). PUBLIC GOVERNANCE IN GLOBALIZATION TOWARDS THE FORMULATION OF POLICIES AND STRATEGIESDEVELOPMENT IN THAILAND. Journal of MCU Social Science Review, 9(3), 259–273. Retrieved from https://so03.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jssr/article/view/244394
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