Focus and Scope

NIDA Case Research Journal’s main objective is to publish high quality, peer-reviewed, previously unpublished case studies--preferred but not required to be in the context of Thailand and should be archival or field based research. NIDA Case Research Journal publishes two issues per year (January-June, July-December). The main theme of case studies published in NIDA Case Research Journal relates to development administration in the field of Public Administration, Economics, Business Administration, Social Development, Environmental Management, Human Resource Development, Language and Communication, Applied Statistics, Decision Technology, Financial Investment and Risk Management, Population and Development, Computer Science and Information System, Tourism Management, Law, Legal Studies, and Communication Arts and Innovation.

Peer Review Process

  1. Creativity
  2. Academic contribution
  3. Completeness of the content and structure/components of research
  4. Language usage
  5. Clarity of hypotheses (if applicable)
  6. Clarity of the presentation and organization of the article
  7. Accuracy and correctness academically
  8. Conclusion and discussion
  9. Appropriate reference and citation

Publication Frequency

Publication Frequency

Issue 1: January-June

Issue 2: July-December

Open Access Policy

This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.