เปรียบเทียบการจัดสรรงบประมาณรายจ่ายระหว่างก่อนและหลังการรัฐประหาร ปี พ.ศ. 2557

  • ศุภพิชญ์ มวลตะคุ วิทยาลัยปกครองท้องถิ่นมหาวิทยาลัยขอนแก่น
  • ศิริศักดิ์ เหล่าจันขาม
Keywords: Budget allocation comparison, Public policy, Coup d’état

Abstract

   This research aims to compare the budget allocation between pre-military coup d’état and post-military coup d’état 2014 in Thailand. It is important to state that sources of the governmental administrative power in two periods, which are as well as the differences in policy formation perspectives. This research plans to explore how budget allocation between two political periods looks like, how the similarities or differences are. If it is different, how budget allocation responds to policy goal in each government is. This research collects data form, document reports and used vontent analysis research technique to make the replicable and valid inferences. This research employed the phenomenology approach to investigate the differences and similarities in budget allocation by focusing on four government policy domains: public health, infrastructure, military and state security, and social welfare. The data were analyzed by using content analysis process.

            The study found that government budget allocation in pre- and post-militaries regime were mixed. They similarly focused on the populist policy especially infrastructure and social welfare policy. The budgets were mostly allocated in these two policy domains. Moreover, the differences in the post-military coup d’état were reported. The military and state security policies were the main investment in the post-coup d’état government.

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Published
2020-01-01
Section
Research Articles