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Agricultural credit in Africa: implications of the Nigerian experience

, : Agricultural credit in Africa: implications of the Nigerian experience. Agricultural Administration 17(1): 51-53

The comment refers to the original article by T.O. Adekanye (Agricultural Administration 14(4) 203-211) It provides evidence from a similar study on Sierra Leone. However, although procedures were parallel and results were identical, there was no evidence of multi collinearity in the zero order correlation coefficients between household size and crop acreage.

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DOI: 10.1016/0309-586x(83)90058-4

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