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    • BBA Trade Management Asia, Hogeschool van Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 2010
    • M.Sc. International Supply Chain Management, University of Plymouth, Plymouth, The United Kingdom, 2011
    • PhD (Supply Chain& Logistics), RMIT University, Australia, 2021

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    000 families grow sugarcane across the country. The industry also provides more than 927000 jobs to Thai people. During the milling season000 manual workers across the country (Barbosa et al. 2012). The sugar industry is also important to the social economic development of Thailand. The country is the world’s fourth largest sugar producer and the world’s second largest sugar exporter. Its sugar export accounts for as much as 20% of the global export trade (USDA 2019). In Thailanda comprehensive literature review of recent papers is vital to draw a discussion and conclusion of the pastabout 40% of China’s total population is concentrated in these regionsabout 430accounting for 1.70% of national GDP and about 21% of Thailand’s agricultural GDP (BOT 2018). In 2019alcoholall of which have attracted much attention from both academia and practitioners. This attention is manifested by the growing number of publications in scientific journals in recent years. ThusAmir & Nugroho 2017). Thusan export-led strategyand 53.9 % of its agricultural output (Carvalhoand animal feedand as such are still highly contested among scholars of international political economy. Thereforeand economic factorsand few would argue with the claim that these are the direct result of the forces of increasing free market. While such transformations have profound implications for every aspect of societyand how particularities of place relate to such an economic phenomenon. In light of these wider debatesand South Korea (Kniivil? 2007and stand as the second largest producer of ethanol from sugarcane in the world (Speraand the accumulation of industry capacity to stimulate economic growth (Chengand the implications for traditional agriculture-based industries. It seeks to understand how industry stakeholders in different localities come to interpret and respond to the different changes and challenges brought about by free market economies at the local level. As a response to increasing free market economiesand to shed light on future directions. The objective of this paper is to review recently published papers concerning sugarcane industry in scientific journals. A total of 400 papers 1995-2020 are selected and reviewed. The papers are then analyzed and categorized to develop a useful foundation of past research. Finallyand traditional capacitiesare thus far not well understood. The main aim of this study is to examine the socio-economic transformations taking placeas reflected in their growing GDP (see UNCTAD 2019a). Countries in the Asian region have over the past six decades changed their centrally planned policies to embark on new policies that gradually promote trade liberalisationas the second largest exporter of sugar in the worldas well as for economic developmentbeen largely increased (Beer et al. 2020). Put simplyBodhanya & Brenchley 2012Brazil leads the world in sugar production and exportbut has now become extensively available to all people regardless of their social status. It also went from being a product only for direct consumption to being included in multiple products such as foodstuffsby neglecting the speci?citycomplexity and interconnectedness of placecontributing more than 7.82 billion USD to national revenue in 2017developing countries (Carvalhodriven by the concept of free market economies and government place-based policieseconomic activities have been predominantly created in the coastal regions due to the government’s initiatives to proliferate the special economic zones (SEZ) in these places. As a result of thisespecially for local industries and economiesethanolfacing with several challenges that hinder its productivities worldwide. For instancefor examplefor instancefree market economy is a powerful which has transformed national economies. From place to placegaps in the literature are identified to clarify and to suggest future research opportunities.Garrison 1970). Similarlyhence individuals in different placeshence the livelihood of farmers and people who depend on industry income. The industry problems can be varied from countries to countriesHildbrand et al. 2017). Sugar market is also highly distortedhoweverICE 2019). All of these factors are affecting global sugar productionif not ignoranceIn Brazilin factin generalIn many countries there have been clear and significant socio-economic transformations taking place over decadesin particularin which incomes compared to those of rural residents are significantly greater (Gao et al. 2019including ways in which they unfoldindustrial development in Thailand is heavily concentrated in Bangkok and its metro regions (BMR)international organisations and nationalit is too generic where the same solutions are largely applied to similar problems in different places. According to Bolton (1992)its supply chain is very complex which involves numerous autonomous players holding different objectives (Higgins et al. 2007making it the third largest export commodity in Thailand behind rice and rubber (EIC 2019). More importantlymany of which are designed without explicitly taking the specifics of the narrower regional and local context into consideration (Chien 2008most sugar supply chain is old and disintegrated (Bezuidenhoutof nation states to concern themselves about specifics of local knowledgeoften determined by factor such as environmental legalothers struggle and suffer. Some national industries have faster growth and are creating more employment opportunitiesPansuwan 2013). Howeverplace-blind government policy has left many places behind (Pugalis & Gray 2016Pugalis & Bentley 2014). Such place-blind government policies are designed without explicit consideration to placeregional and local governments across the world have often ended up devising and formulating similar if not identical policiesresulting from extensive government support and trade distorting policies (Borrell & Pearce 1999Rodr?guez-Pose & Crescenzi 2008). In ChinaSanjika & Bezuidenhout 2016). HenceSaranwong & Likasiri 2017). For instancesocialsugar export accounts were valued at around 2.76 billion USDsugar is one of the most globalised agricultural commodities in the world. About 80% of the world sugar comes from sugarcane that can be cultivated in more than 121 countries (de Aquino et al. 2017). Suffice to say that sugar industry is one of the most important crops to the social and economic development of many countriessugarcane industry isTadjoeddin & Chowdhury 2019Taiwanthe industry is prone to climatic changes as well as biophysical uncertainties (Higgins et al. 2007). Alsothe limitationsthe nature of the changes and what they meanthe nature of the changes taking place and the implications for local economies are highly variedthe number of workers reaches up to 1.20 million with many of them migrating from poor rural areas. Notwithstanding the significancethe present study explores the case study of the Thai sugar industry which has long held great social and economic importance for many local communities and the national economy. Thailand is still highly competitivethe sugar industry occupies an important socio-economic positionthe sugarcane industry contributes more than 2.3 % of its national GDPThe sweetness and importance of sugarcane to the world and our modern society have long been recognized. The crop went from being an unknown spice domesticated only in New Guinea in about 8000 BC to the world’s largest cultivated perennial grass (Mintz 1986). It was once a product only indulged in by the richthere are significant changes taking place which are likely to threaten its position and continued competitiveness.there have been clear and significant economic transformations of nations that are directly associated with internationalisation of marketsthere is an 11-fold income gap between BMR and other parts of the country (National Statistical Office 2018b). Similar accounts are found across Asian countries including Indonesiathere is merit in exploring its implications for national industriesto name but a few. At presentto safeguard the general conditions for national production in which benefits to locality are not its primary target (Beer 2014). Howevervalues and preferences have rendered their place-blind policies ineffective. The outcome of such generic policies has been that the differences between places haveVanWey & Mustard 2017). This helps to integrate Brazil to the world market. It also has strong social significance. The industry offers the largest job opportunities for unskilled labour in the country. The harvesting process alone employs nearly 500Veiga & Bizzo 2017


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