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TitleInside Thailand review 2010 : Creative Thailand
Imprint Bangkok : Foreign Office, Public Relations Department, Office of the Prime Minister, 2010
Descript 140 p. : ill. ; 26 cm


The creative economy concept adopted by Thailand -- the creative Thailand policy and co,,itments -- formation of the national creative economy policy committee -- "creative King": a pilot project launched under the creative economy policy -- public and private sectors adjusting to development in Thailand -- weaknesses and constraints creating obstacles to the development of Thailand's creative economy -- creative economy projects in the pipeline for implementation -- Thailand's human resource development and creative economy -- the creative economy cited as a strength that will enhance Thailand's competitiveness -- nine "creative industries" mamking up 10 percent of Thailand's economy -- old market in Suphan Buri's Sam Chuk district praised for its creativity in line with creative economy policy -- traditional Thai medicine at Chao Phraya Abhaibhubejhr hospital: an example of Thailand's creative economy -- enhancing Thailand's creative economy through culture and technology -- Thailand to be developed as a digital content industrial center in line with the creative economy policy -- Bangkok to be developed into a creative city with a focus on creative economy -- diverse dimensions of Thailand's creative economy -- Thailand 2019 scenario shows the country moving toward a creative learning society -- "creative city prototypes" and a major boost to the creative economy -- a call for researchers to help develop Thailand's creative economy -- national reconciliation plan: the priority in the government agenda -- a drive for national reconciliation -- formation of two national reform committees -- public opinion on national reform -- media reform for reconciliation in Thai society -- launching of a news station for Thailand reform -- decentralization of administrative power: an important factor for Thailand reform -- community welfare cited as the ultimate goal of Thailand reform -- members of the Abhisit Vejjajiva cabinet


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