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 the opportunities for younger generations in various ways. This...
Thailand is an agricultural country with a total area of about 51.31 million hectares. More than 23.88 million hectares are used for agricultural production, which is equivalent to 46.54% of the country’s total agriculture land (Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment,...
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 and nutrition status in Thailand together with food consumption trends of Thai consumers. It is found that...
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 rising competition in the global market. These reflect the need to move up the rice value chain based on...
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 implemented to...
AffiliationDepartment of Agricultural Economics and Resources, Faculty of Economics, Kasetsart University
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Youth and Agri-Entrepreneurship in Thailand
Development of Vegetable Production and Organic Vegetable Production in Thailand
Trends in Dietary Patterns and Consumer Policies in Thailand
Promoting Rice Value Addition through Inclusive Business Model
Case Study of Bank for Agricultural Cooperatives (BAAC) Rice Value Chain Implementation