Dr. Arriya Mungsunti

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Dr. Arriya Mungsunti is a researcher at the Centre for Economics and Development Studies (CEDS), Padjadjaran University (UNPAD), Bandung, Indonesia. She is also a research associate at the Institute for Land, Water and Society, a research group at Charles Sturt University (CSU), Australia. Her research interests include irrigation water use management, environmental economics, and agricultural resource economics . She holds Bachelor’s degrees in International Business and International Relations from Griffith University (QLD, Australia), and Master’s degree in Economics from University of New England (NSW, Australia). She completed her PhD in Applied Economics from Charles Sturt University (NSW, Australia).

Recent Publications:

Kim, Kyunghoon & Mungsunti, Arriya & Sumner, Andy & Yusuf, Arief. (2020). Structural transformation and inclusive growth: Kuznets’ ‘developer’s dilemma’ in Indonesia. 10.35188/UNU-WIDER/2020/788-0

Arriya Mungsunti, Kevin A. Parton. (2019). The sustainability of the muang fai irrigation system of northern Thailand. AIMS Environmental Science, 2019, 6(2): 77-93. doi: 10.3934/environsci.2019.6.77

Mungsunti, Arriya, and Kevin A. Parton. (2016). “Estimating the economic and environmental benefits of a traditional communal water irrigation system: The case of muang fai in Northern Thailand.” Agricultural Water Management

Mungsunti, Arriya. (2016). “Muang Fai’ Irrigation System in Northern Thailand: Farming Productivity and Water Use Efficiency.” Economy and Environment Program for Southeast Asia, EEPSEA (2016)

Mungsunti, A. & Parton, Kevin. (2012). The determinants of a farmer’s participation in a traditional communal water irrigation system: the case of muang fai in Northern Thailand

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