The economic development of Thai agriculture
This book is concerned with the development of agriculture in a 'contact economy'- an economy lying on the boundary between subsistence farming and farming dependent on the market. Thailand was opened to trade with the West over a century ago, and Thai farmers became accustomed to selling their surplus produce regularly. But it is only very recently, with the development of a road network, that many farmers have come to find the surplus that they sell of equal importance to what they produce...[Show more]
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