Agriculture was once an engine in the economic growth of Thailand. However, the employment in agricultural sector has been declining and the dependence of economy on agriculture has declined since a few decades ago. Thailand has transformed to be an industrialized country from an...
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 to agricultural...
Thailand, being one of the world’s biggest rice exporters is now being threatened by drought. Deemed as one of the most severe forms of natural calamities the threat of drought to Thailand’s agriculture is becoming more intense. According to Lertwiroj Kowattana, director general of the Royal...
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 because of the...
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
In the age of...
AfflicationDepartment of Agricultural Economics and Resources, Faculty of Economics, Kasetsart University
Latest Submission of the Author
Changes in the Agricultural Labor Force of Thailand and the Impact of the Alien Workers on its Economy
The Concept of Economy of Scale in Agricultural Extension Program of Thailand
Thailand Government’s Preparation for Drought in 2015
The Agricultural Crop Zoning System in Thailand
Countermeasures on Agricultural Trade Liberalization in Thailand