Eastern Special Development Zone of Thailand: Development Progress Report


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CIPP model


This article aims at using Stufflebeam’ CIPP model to evaluate one of the Special Zone Economics Areas, Thailand: the Eastern Economics Corridor (EEC.). The Stufflebeam’s CIPP model consists of 4 steps: 1) context evaluation, 2) input evaluation, 3) process evaluation, and 4) product evaluation. The objectives of the CIPP model are to find information for decision making on each step of Public Policy Process, that are 1) public policy formulation, 2) public policy implementation, and 3) public policy evaluation.


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