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    Volume 2 Number 9 September 2017

Factors Affecting the Value Added of Agriculture Sector in Selected Developing Countries Emphasising on Human Capital

Pages: 88-94
Authors: Arash Ketabforoush Badri, Yashar Emami Tabrizi, Parsa Ketabforoush Badri
Abstract
The agriculture sector is one of the important economic sectors which is the provider of an important amount of production and food demands. This sector is of high importance because of having noticeable potantiels of development such as milions of hectares of farmable lands, the possibility of using bilions of cubic meters of water from surface and underground sources of water, the possibility of increasing the productivity of crops and gardening, and also considering its role in strategic purposes. For this purpose, the present study is trying to consider the effects of human development on the value added of the agriculture sector in selected developing countries in period of 2006 to 2014 using the panel-data method. The results of the studies show that human development has a positive and meaningful effect on the value added of the agriculture sector.

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