Editor events: Index in DOAJ


Dear readers and followers -

We are delighted to inform you that in just a short time -- after a year of quality publications -- we have been accepted into the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ)

We look forward to keeping up the momentum, which all depends on readership, partnerships, and submissions from you!

Yours, in continuing to promote quality research on land, environment, forest, and society dynamics across Southeast Asia.

The Editorial Team

Posted: 2018-02-19

Call for paper: Special Section @ Agrarian transformation in Thailand - commodities, landscapes, and livelihoods


Over the last two decades, there have been extensive discussions about the priorities and processes of agrarian and rural transformation in Thailand. The production and value systems surrounding agricultural transformation involves the overall restructuring of a subsistence-oriented economy to a market-oriented one. Agricultural households are increasingly prioritizing and becoming more dependent on intensive and specialized production of cash crops. Rural livelihoods are also relying more on off-farm income generated by local urban centers or remittances sent back from migrant workers. Although outmigration and the remittance economy has supported rural households, there are also other consequences, most evident in the scarcity and changing labor practices in agricultural sectors. This transformation is affecting rural society in perplexing ways, such as the decline in poverty rates, the increasing levels of economic differentiation, improving access to education, and the perceived withering of community solidarity. These trends of agrarian transformation reflexively interact with broader developments in Thai society, related to an increasing population, processes of urbanization, public policy interventions, natural resources limitations, and changing societal values.

      Complete description can be found here

Posted: 2017-07-29 More...
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