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Witsanu Attavanich, Ph.D. Associate Professor Faculty of Economics, Kasetsart University, Thailand ABSTRACT Agriculture in developing countries is the most sensitive economic sector when it comes to climate change. Thailand is one of the developing countries where agriculture plays a significa..
 
Sittidaj Pongkijvorasin, Khemarat Talerngsri -Teerasuwannajak Faculty of Economics, Chulalongkorn University UPLAND AGRICULTURE IN THAILAND Uplands in Thailand, like in many other ASEAN countries, are considered highly important and vulnerable in both ecological and social aspects. Their func..
 
Uchook Duangbootsee Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, Faculty of Economics Kasetsart University, Bangkok, Thailand ABSTRACT Thailand recently has launched a program called “large-scale farming model” aiming to improve production efficiency and competitiveness by r..
 
Decharut Sukkumnoed Faculty of Economics, Kasetsart University ABSTRACT The demographic changes in Thai agricultural sector have raised concerns over the lower participation of young agri-entrepreneurs and the sustainability of the sector. Oppositely, the digital economy has, however, widened t..
 
Nguyen Thi Phuong Faculty of Economics and Rural Development, Vietnam National University of Agriculture Email: nguyenphuongkt.edu@gmail.com INTRODUCTION Thailand is an agricultural country with a total area of about 51.31 million hectares. More than 23.88 million hectares are used for agri..
 
Chayada Bhadrakom Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, Kasetsart University, Thailand ABSTRACT The promotion of healthier dietary patterns has currently become an important concern for Thai public health. This article is a review of the current transition in dietary patterns ..
 
SurasakABSTRACT This paper focuses on BAAC’s participation in the public private and farmer sectors and their assistance in farming and marketing for farmers’ produce through cooperatives society. It will also discuss the “Fair Care Share” idea that was recently implemente..
 
Juthatip Patrawart Cooperative Academic Institute Faculty of Economics Kasetsarat Univesity Thailand ABSTRACT More than half of farm households in Thailand are in the rice sector. Majority of them are smallholders, and they are struggling with higher costs and lower yield rate, as well as ri..
 
Apichart Pongsrihadulchai The Agricultural Economics Society of Thailand under Royal Pagronage ABSTRACT Thailand is, presently, ranked sixth in the world in terms of rice production and second in terms of rice export. The market share is about 20 %. Besides being a staple food for the Thai..
 
Hnin Ei Win Center for Applied Economics Research Thailand INTRODUCITON In Thailand, there are mangrove forests along the coastal areas. They play a major role in the ecosystem. They also protects the coastal environment by reducing the erosion and the striking of heavy waves and strong ..
 
Orachos Napasintuwong Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, Faculty of Economics Kasetsart University, Bangkok, Thailand Rice Breeding and R&D Policies in Thailand[1] ABSTRACT Rice is unquestionably an important stable and economic crop in Asia. Rice from Thailand is ..
 
Benchaphun Ekasingh Department of Agricultural Economy and Development, Faculty of Agriculture, Chiang Mai University, Chiang Mai 50200, Thailand ABSTRACT Highlanders in Thailand are diverse not only in ethnic origins but also in their endowment.Ecosystems, land, labor, capital, culture an..
 
Hnin Ei Win Center for Applied Economics Research Thailand INTRODUCTION Maize is an important agricultural product in Thailand which is being used for both food and feed industries (Poramacom, 2013). In the 2016-2017 crop year, the forecasted production of maize was 4.06 million tons from ..
 
Hnin Ei Win Center for Applied Economics Research Thailand Introduction Thailand has a favorable weather condition and productive land for the cultivation of tropical and sub-tropical fruits (Zang, 2017). Therefore, it is famous for its tropical fruits that are tasty, flavorful and of good..
 
Hnin Ei Win Center for Applied Economics Research Thailand INTRODUCTION Rubber was cultivated in Thailand since the 1990s. Thailand became the top producer and exporter of natural rubber in the world since that time. This is because the climatic condition is favorable for rubber cultivatio..
 
Orachos Napasintuwong Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics Faculty of Economics, Kasetsart University Bangkok, Thailand ABSTRACT Hom Mali rice or Jasmine rice from Thailand has been reputable for its strong aroma and soft texture, and perceived as high quality in the world ..
 
Role of Cassava in Thailand (6670)  2017-03-31 (846)
Hnin Ei Win Center for Applied Economics Research Kasetsart University Thailand Introduction Cassava plays a major role in Thailand’s economy and agriculture since 1970s although it is not considered a staple food. It is recognized as the third most important crop of the country i..
 
Farm Mechanization in Thailand (4626)  2017-02-22 (668)
Hnin Ei Win Researcher Center for Applied Economics Research Kasetsart University Bangkok, Thailand Introduction Agriculture is the main economy of Thailand. About 46.6% of the total population relies on the agriculture sector for their livelihood. Crop production plays an important ..
 
Hnin Ei Win Researcher Center for Applied Economics Research Kasetsart University Bangkok, Thailand History of Organic Agriculture In Thailand, agriculture is the backbone of the country. Most of the people rely on the agriculture sector for their livelihood and generates incomes fro..
 
Dang Xuan Phi Center for Applied Economic Research, Kasetsart University Thailand INTRODUCTION In 1960, the Thai dairy industry has been developed after the King of Denmark gave some dairy cows to the King of Thailand during his visit to Denmark. The King has started the Dairy Farming Prom..
 
Nguyen Thi Phuong Center for Applied Economic Research, Kasetsart University Thailand ​​​​​​Introduction The use of agricultural pesticides has strongly increased in Southeast Asia as well as in most other developing and developed countries (Schreinemachers, 2012). In Southeast As..
 
Hnin Ei Win Researcher Center for Applied Economics Research Kasetsart University Bangkok, Thailand Overview of Thailand's Higher Education System In Thailand, the higher education system is mainly under the Ministry of Education (MOE) and the Ministry of University Affairs (MU..
 
Dr. Surawit Wannakrairoj Associate Professor, Department of Horticulture, Kasetsart University, Thailand ABSTRACT Technology creation is a key element determining a country’s position in the competitive global arena. In Thailand, the intellectual property protection has been viewe..
 
Hnin Ei Win Researcher Center for Applied Economics Research Kasetsart University Bangkok, Thailand INTRODUCTION The Smart Farmer Development project was introduced to 12.6 million farmers in 2013. It is one of the development projects under the Ministry of Agricultural and Coopera..
 
Dang Xuan Phi Center for Applied Economic Research, Kasetsart University Thailand INTRODUCTION With the increased demand for meat of bovine animals (beef and buffalo meat), Vietnamese producers need to be more strategic in their plans in order to be proficient to supply local demand. They ..
 
Nguyen Thi Phuong Center for Applied Economic Research, Kasetsart University Thailand INTRODUCTION Today, the threats and challenges of the environment operating on food production are not limited to each country or region but most often than not, manifest on a global scale. One of the ..
 
Crop Insurance in Thailand (5597)  2016-09-07 (614)
Hnin Ei Win Researcher Center for Applied Economics Research Kasetsart University Bangkok, Thailand Introduction Although rice covered 48.70% of the total cultivable land (FAOa, 2011) in the country, the yield was low compared with other countries which occupied a small arable land..
 
Case Studies of Good Agricultural Practices (GAPs) of Farmers in Thailand Khin Yadanar Oo Center for Applied Economic Research, Kasetsart University Thailand Abstract There have been growing environmental and health concerns associated with modern agriculture. The farmers’ a..
 
Dr. Kampanat Pensupar1 and Khin Yadanar Oo2 1Department of Agricultural Economics and Resources, Faculty of Economics, Kasetsart University, Bangkok, Thailand 10900   2 Center for Applied Economic Research, Kasetsart University, Bangkok, Thailand 10900   ..
 
Roongnapa Korpraditskul1 and Chainarong Ratanakreetakul2 1 Research and Development for Agricultural Commodity Standard Center, Faculty of Agriculture, Kasetsart University, Kamphaengsaen, Nakhonpathom, Thailand 2Department of Plant Pathology Division, Faculty of Agriculture, Kase..
 
Warapa Mahakarnchanakul1, Pitirat Klintham1, Sasitorn Tongchitpakdee1, Wannee Chinsirikul2 1 Department of Food Science and Technology, Faculty of Agro-Industry, Kasetsart University, Bangkok, THAILAND 2 National Metal and Materials Technology Center, National Science and Technolo..
 
Kampanat Pensupar1 Abstract Thailand’s agricultural sector is made up of small-scale land holding farmers which is 90% of the farm population with less than 1 rai (0.16ha). This is according to the Land Reform Network of Thailand. The high proportion of small-holder farmers  contribut..
 
Borworn Tanrattanaphong Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics Faculty of Economics, Kasetsart Uinversity Chatuchak, Bangkok 10900, Thailand   E-mail address: c_cristiano@hotmail.com, fecobwt@ku.ac.th ABSTRACT The cooperative movement has played a major..
 
Mr. Mekdum Winai, Agricultural Land Reform Office (ALRO), Bangkok, Thailand email: winai2306@hotmail.com    New Farmer Development Project ABSTRACT Thailand is located in suitable climate and geography that enable to perform various agricultural activities. H..
 
Dr. Kampanat Pensupar1 and Khin Yadanar Oo2 1Department of Agricultural Economics and Resources, Faculty of Economics, Kasetsart University, Bangkok, Thailand 2 Center for Applied Economic Research, Kasetsart University, Bangkok, Thailand Thailand, being one of the world’s bigge..
 
Dr. Kampanat Pensupar Department of Agricultural Economics and Resources, Faculty of Economics, Kasetsart University, Bangkok, Thailand 10900   The government of Thailand has initiated “the Agricultural Crop Zoning System” since 2012. The major reason is becau..
 
Kampanat Pensupar1 and Khin Yadanar Oo2 1Department of Agricultural Economics and Resources, Faculty of Economics, Kasetsart University, Bangkok, Thailand 10900 2 Center for Applied Economic Research, Kasetsart University, Bangkok, Thailand 10900   ABSTRACT In the age of ..
 
Onanong Tapanapunnitikull and Siriluk Prasunpangsri2 lFaculty of Natural Resources and Agro Industry, Kasetsart University, Chalermphrakiat Sakon Nakhon Province Campus, Sakon Nakhon, Thailand 2Faculty of Liberal Arts and Management Science, Kasetsart University, Chalermphrakiat S..
 
ItthipongMahathanasetha*, KampanatPensuparb a Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, Faculty of Economics, Kasetsart University, Bangkok, Thailand 10900; E-mail address: fecoipm@ku.ac.th b Center for Applied Economic Research, Faculty of Economics, Kasetsart Univer..
 
Charuk Singhapreecha Faculty of Economics, Chiang Mai University   Introduction             This paper examines the policy transition in various stages of Thailand’s economic development. The agricultural and agro-p..
 
Charuk Singhapreecha Faculty of economics, Chiang Mai University   Introduction   This paper addresses the role of Thailand’s past and present agricultural sector.  The analysis is focused primarily on agricultural development in Thailand which has acceler..
 
Ronald G. Mangubat Information Officer of FFTC   Academicians and exporters believe that there is something very fishy about the Thai government’s rice deal with a Chinese state enterprise, with some saying that the revocation of the deal could be due to the government&rsquo..
 
Ronald G. Mangubat Information Officer of FFTC   The Bank for Agriculture and Agricultural Cooperatives or BAAC in Thailand reportedly has 55 billion baht in liquid assets but its board still refuses to advance money to unpaid farmers who pledged paddy for the current main crop. ..
 
Ronald G.  Mangubat Information officer of FFTC   As peoples of the world remain at the edge of their seats waiting for developments to unfold in the continuing political crisis in Thailand, the liquidity-crunched rice-pledging scheme in this country seem to be headed at a c..
 
Kampanat Pensupar1*, Itthipong Mahathanaseth2, Panan Nurancha 3 1 Center for Applied Economic Research, Faculty of Economics, Kasetsart University, Bangkok, Thailand 10900; E-mail address: fecoknp@ku.ac.th 2 Department of Agricultural Economics and Resources, Faculty of Economics, Kasetsa..
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