Volume 1
Number 2
July - December 2014

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Research Articles

The Problem of the Relationship between Land for Construction and Farmland in China’s Socio-Economic Development
Authors : Anthony Glendinning
keywords : urbanization, socio-economic development, farmland, farmers, rural land use policy, China
Introduction of a Progressive Consumption Tax in Italy in Order to Restore the Pre-crisis Level of Real Disposable Income
Authors : Abi Dodbiba , Mikaela Gad , and Federico Papa
keywords : disposable income, consumption tax, tax evasion, public debt, savings, System Dynamics
Target Costing in Manufacturing Firms in Thailand
Authors : Kanitsorn Terdpaopong , and Nimnual Visedsun
keywords : target costing, manufacturing firms, cost, price, prices and costs relationship
The Impact of E-Government on Public Policy Feedback from the Italian Regulatory Framework
Authors : Lidia Noto
keywords : e-government, public policy, Network Theory, System Dynamics
Embezzlement, Bribery and Protection Money in the Royal Thai Police Force
Authors : Jomdet Trimek
keywords : corruption, bribery, protection money, Royal Thai Police, centralised system, decentralised system
Green Architecture Movement in AEC: The Rethink
Authors : Nadahorn Dhamabutra, Veerachat Phromsorn, and Korlakod Pansakul
keywords : green architecture, sustainable, ASEAN

“Innovation and Creativity”

I am pleased to note that this is the second issue of RJSH. Our first volume was launched at the beginning of 2014 with the theme ‘The World Turning East’. This second volume aptly focuses on the theme ‘Innovative Creativity’, referring to thinking or creating in different ways that result in new solutions.

The policy ‘RSU: University of Innovation’ is being carried through a five-year plan (2012-2016) at Rangsit University because innovation plays a vital role in education. Thus, we need an education system that promotes both innovation and creativity. Innovativeness is required in designing more creative instructional methods that combine theoretical and practical knowledge. Grades may not reflect the quality of learning but innovativeness in creating new methods of evaluating the quality of teaching and learning is one solution. How to master new technologies and tools for creating and facilitating educational opportunities is more challenging. Is it better for our students to be involved in innovative practices than merely participate in traditional learning through lectures? What can education institutions, organisations and government do to assist these educators, practitioners and students? These are questions to ponder in applying innovation and creativity to education.

Hence, the two words ‘innovation and creativity’ are highlighted in this volume. Contributions include the letter on innovation in education from Dr. Arthit Oruairat, President of Rangsit University, and a special article by Professor Anthony Glendinning, Department of Sociology at the University of Aberdeen, Scotland, UK. In addition to these features, the article ‘Green Architecture Movement in AEC’ and articles on a variety of other topic types are included

To ensure the quality or our issues, our editorial team works tirelessly and will continue to survey provide a high level of service to readers and authors. Links to our manuscript submission site can be found at the RJSH Online Submission and Review System at http://rjsh.rsu.ac.th. Thank you for supporting our efforts by sending your work to RJSH.


Anek Laothamatas