Successes and failures of attempts to embed socioeconomic dimensions in modeling for integrated natural resource management: lessons from Thailand
This paper discusses the necessity, successes and failures of attempts to embed socioeconomic aspects into integrated natural resource modeling. It uses experiences in Thailand over the last 20-30 years to illustrate advances and difficulties in this integration. The paper highlights strengths, weaknesses and the effectiveness of different approaches which are used to incorporate socioeconomic dynamic processes and impacts. Lessons learnt from Thai experiences starting from systems thinking and...[Show more]
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