The Factors on the Successful Development of Eco-industrial Town: A Case Study of Bangpoo Industrial Estate

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Kittikun Sangnin
Prasopchai Pasunon
Thirawat Chantuk

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This research aims to study the exploratory factor analysis of successful factors affecting success in the development of Eco-Industrial Town: A Case Study of Bangpoo Industrial Estate, by collecting data from the sample area of ​​Bangpoo Industrial Estate, surrounding area and related agencies including Bangpoo Industrial Estate Authority of Thailand, entrepreneurs within Bangpoo Industrial Estate, and surrounding community. The total of 574 samples used cluster sampling, principal component analysis and variable perimetric rotation by Varimax. Research has shown that the set of variables studied can be analyzed for 12 components. This can explain the cumulative variance of 58.760. The results show the key factors that influence the success of the development of eco-industrial town. If the key stakeholders are involved, these factors can be applied to the development strategies or strategies for managing the above development projects. It will be very useful. This will also benefit the successful project.


 

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Sangnin, K. ., Pasunon, P. ., & Chantuk, T. . (2020). The Factors on the Successful Development of Eco-industrial Town: A Case Study of Bangpoo Industrial Estate. Dusit Thani College Journal, 12(3), 463–481. Retrieved from https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/journaldtc/article/view/240979
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