Kaittisak has experience in conducting the cost-benefit analysis of Green House Gas reduction in the rice field under different mitigation options and conducting the impact evaluation of agricultural policy and farmer organizations. His research work has appeared in international peer-reviewed journals, such as Food Policy. During his Ph.D. study, Kaittisak worked as research associate at Asian Development Bank Institute in Japan and had an internship experience at International Rice Research Institute in the Philippines. Kaittisak received his Bachelor’s degree in Economics (Second-Class Honors) from Thammasat University, Thailand. He was awarded Japanese Government (MEXT) Scholarship to pursue a MSc. and Ph.D. in Agricultural Economics, Social Design and Management at the University of Tokyo, Japan.
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Water is critical for sustaining all aspects of life and it is at the center of our need to better understand and address the impacts of climate change.