Department of Management
Contact details: MXW795@student.bham.ac.uk
Muttamas graduated from Thammasat university, Thailand, MBA international program. She has experiences working in both private and government sector, vary from a hotel business to trade negotiation, and policy analysis. She was one of the working team on Trade Facilitation issue in the Ministry of Commerce. Currently, she works at the Ministry of Science and Technology, and received a scholarship from her government to study about setting up the proper national policy for technology development that will give highest advantage to the national economic.
2011-2014: MBA (Global Entrepreneurship)
Cluster development, Science park policy, Innovation-based cluster, local economic development.
Wongwanich, M., (2014), Obstacles of tailor-made fertilizer technology adoption, Bangkok, Thammasat University
Title of PhD:
Science parks and its impact to local economic development
Prof. John Bryson
Dr. Catherine Harris
To study the impact of Science park policy to the development of regional economic, in purpose to set up the appropriate Science park policy in the future.
To increase people’s wellbeing, Thailand turns toward science, technology, and innovation development.
Setting up the Science parks is one strategy in the National Plan to encourage R&D activities of private sector in each region of the country, and to benefit the community as well.
The research result was expected to be part of / or guidance for the National Plan creation.
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