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A Comparative Study of Effects of Drying Methods on Quality of Cocoa Beans, Lasisi, D. , International Journal of Engineering Research & Technology (IJERT), 01/2014, Volume 3, Issue 1, Nigeria, p.996, (2014) , (Academic Publication)
Small-scale versus large-scale cocoa farming in Cameroon. Which farm type is more ready for the future?, Fule, Chi Bemieh , Department of Economics, 06/2013, Volume European Erasmus Mundus Master Program: Agricultural Food and Environmental, Uppsala, p.54, (2013) , (Academic Publication)
Early Life Circumstance and Mental Health in Ghana, Adhvaryu, Achyuta, Fenske James, and Nyshadham Anant , CSAE (Centre for the study of African Economies) Working Paper WPS/2014-03, 01/2014, (2014) , (Academic Publication)
Productivity intervention and smallholder farmers: The case of Ghana's cocoa Abrabopa program, , Department of Agricultural Economics, Volume Master of Agribusiness, Manhattan, Kansas, p.33, (2013) , (Academic Publication)
Analysis of Incentives and Disincentives for Cocoa In Ghana , Asante-Poku, A, and Angelucci F , 04/2013, Accra, (2013) , (Academic Publication)
An Analysis of Yield Gap and Some Factors of Cocoa (Theobroma cacao) Yields in Ghana, F., Aneani, and K Ofori-Frimpong , Sustainable Agriculture Research, 09/2013, Volume 2, Issue 4, (2013) , (Academic Publication)

Effects of Social Capital on Credit Access among Cocoa Farming Households in Osun State, Nigeria

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TitleEffects of Social Capital on Credit Access among Cocoa Farming Households in Osun State, Nigeria
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2009
AuthorsLawal, J. O., Omonona B. T., Ajani O. I. Y., and Oni O. A.
JournalAgricultural Journal
Volume4
Issue4
Date Published2009
Publication LanguageEnglish
Keywordscredit, social capital
Lead

In Nigeria, credit access is a major problem among rural farming households due among others to lack of adequate collateral. The availability of social capital to households has been known to remove the problems associated with collateral hence improving the poor’s access to credit. This study examined the determinants of Credit Access and the bi-causal relationship between Social capital and Credit Access among Cocoa Farming Households (CFH).

URLhttp://docsdrive.com/pdfs/medwelljournals/aj/2009/184-191.pdf

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