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Influences of population dynamics on agricultural land use in rural northeastern Thailand: A case study in Nang Rong district.

@article{Wongsaichue2007InfluencesOP,
  title={Influences of population dynamics on agricultural land use in rural northeastern Thailand: A case study in Nang Rong district.},
  author={Thanut Wongsaichue and Yothin Sawangdee and Ronald R. Rindfuss},
  journal={Journal of Population and Social Studies},
  year={2007},
  volume={15},
  pages={45-64}
}
The aim of this research is to follow population behavior in agricultural land use in rural villages in the Nang Rong district which is located in the northeastern region of Thailand in order to find out how population events have impact on household decision-making in the cultivation of land in rural areas. Predicted probability of land use observed by each population event and/or all population events is expected from this investigation. The first hypothesis is that changes in household… Expand

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