Orachos Napasintuwong

Orachos Napasintuwong

Orachos Napasintuwong received her Ph.D. in Food and Resource Economics from University of Florida in 2004. She is currently Assistant Professor at Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, Kasetsart University, Thailand. Her teaching and research areas are economics of agricultural biotechnology, economics of agricultural innovation, and production economics.

Her expertise includes rice economy in Thailand and Southeast Asia, seed industry analysis and agricultural technology policy.

She serves as an editor for Applied Economics Journal and Asian Journal of Agriculture and Development and a board member of Agricultural Economic Society of Thailand under Royal Patronage and Executive Committee Member Asia Pacific Agricultural Policy Forum.

Join FFTC-AP since 2018
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Latest Submission from Thailand

2020.10.26
ABSTRACT Food industry significantly contributed to industrial GDP of Thailand with a strong backward linkage to the agricultural sector, the foundation of Thai economy.  In general, Thai households have spent 33.9% of total expenditures on foods and beverages.  Previously, Thai...
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2020.10.18
ABSTRACT Exploitation in Thai agricultural sector employment is severe. Workers face poor working conditions as well as receiving a daily wage lower than the minimum wage. Labor protection does not apply well because the majority of workers in the Thai agricultural sector are illegal immigrant...
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2020.07.06
ABSTRACT A SMART platform is a farming management system that monitors the variations of crop, environment and farmer practices in each farm upon a combination of satellite or drone images, sensor technologies, mobile applications, positioning technology, and the Internet of Things. The SMART...
Country: Thailand Topic: Smart agriculture
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2020.05.25
ABSTRACT Organic agriculture is a farming practice which is currently increasing very rapidly globally due to the increase in demand for safe, healthy and environmentally friendly foods. However, the share of organic farming is still very low compared with conventional farming. The major...
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2020.05.05
ABSTRACT The northeastern part of Thailand is a significant area for quality rice cultivation, but it is constrained in topography, labor, and climate variability, resulting in low yield, high production costs, and unstable income. The proper policy option to settle such problems is the...
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