Dr. Orachos  Napasintuwong
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Dr. Orachos Napasintuwong

Assistant Professor
Kasetsart University, Thailand


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Food and Resource Economics from University of Florida, Florida, USA

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Area of Interest:

Social Sciences
100%
Agricultural Economics
62%
Production Economics
90%
Innovation
75%
Biotechnology Economics
55%

Research Publications in Numbers

Books
0
Chapters
0
Articles
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Abstracts
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Selected Publications

  1. Thi, P.N. and N. Orachos, 2020. Farmers’ adoption and willingness to pay for certified aromatic rice seed in the Mekong river delta, Vietnam. Source: Int. J. Agric. Manage., 8: 149-157.
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  2. Napasintuwong, O., 2020. Thailand’s maize seed market structure, conduct, performance. J. Food, Agric. Soc., Vol. 8. 10.17170/kobra-202003241098.
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  3. Napasintuwong, O. and V.P. Dung, 2020. Genetically modified maize adoption in Southern Vietnam. Int. J. Technol. Learn., Innovation Dev., Vol. 14. 10.1504/IJTLID.2020.10030481.
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  4. Lee, J.Y., N. Pavasopon, O. Napasintuwong and R.M. Nayga, 2020. Consumers' valuation of geographical indication-labeled food: the case of hom mali rice in Bangkok. Asian Economic J., 34: 79-96.
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  5. Trong, P.H. and O. Napasintuwong, 2015. Profit inefficiency among hybrid rice farmers in central Vietnam. Agric. Agric. Sci. Procedia, 5: 89-95.
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  6. Mint, P.L. and O. Napasintuwong, 2015. Cost and return comparison between Paw San rice and non-Paw San rice production in Myanmar. PSAKU Int. J. Interdiscip. Res., 4: 78-86.
  7. Napasintuwong, O. and C. Pray, 2014. Adoption of drought-tolerant rice in Thailand: Participatory varietal selection and implications for breeding programs. J. Dev. Agric. Econ., 6: 394-404.
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  8. Poolsawas, S. and O. Napasintuwong, 2013. Farmer innovativeness and hybrid maize diffusion in Thailand. J. Int. Agric. Extension Educ., 20: 51-65.
  9. Krualee, S. and O. Napasintuwong, 2012. Consumers' willingness to pay for non-GM food labeling in Thailand. Int. Food Res. J., 19: 1375-1382.
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  10. Pray, C., L. Nagarajan, L. Li, J. Huang and R. Hu et al., 2011. Potential impact of biotechnology on adaption of agriculture to climate change: The case of drought tolerant rice breeding in Asia. Sustainability, 3: 1723-1741.
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  11. Napasintuwong, O., 2011. The rise of rice biotechnology. Farm Policy J., 8: 55-65.
  12. Napasintuwong, O., 2010. The role of agricultural biotechnology policies in Thailand's economy. Dev. Rev., 12: 1-19.
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  13. Napasintuwong, O. and G. Traxler, 2009. Ex-ante impact assessment of GM papaya adoption in Thailand. AgBio Forum, 12: 209-217.
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  14. Napasintuwong, O. and R.D. Emerson, 2007. Labor substitutability in labor intensive agriculture and technological change in the presence of foreign labor. J. Agric. Econ., 26: 59-86.
  15. Napasintuwong, O. and G.J. Traxler, 2007. Ex-ante economic evaluation of transgenic plants adoption in Thailand. Kasetsart Univ. J. Econ., 14: 86-102.
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