Haze Problem Policy Networks in Doi Tung Development Project (Royal Workspace) Founded and Sustained by Princess Srinagarindra, The Princess Mother of The Kingdom of Thailand

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ฐานริณทร์ หาญเกียรติวงศ์

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In this research, the researcher examines (1) the operation of haze problem policy networks in Doi Tung development project, (2) the analyzing of participants and the haze problem policy networks interaction in Doi Tung development project. The researcher also frames the social phenomenon by qualitative research.


Findings are as follows:


The operation of haze problem network has coordinate from the government, private and public sector. The most interaction of implement or drive the policy to protect and solve the haze problem is the informal relationship that focus on personal relationship and communication meeting between stakeholders or haze problem policy networks members.

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