Correlates of Revenue among Small Scale Women Fish Processors in Coastal Ghana

@inproceedings{Boohene2012CorrelatesOR,
  title={Correlates of Revenue among Small Scale Women Fish Processors in Coastal Ghana},
  author={Rosemond Boohene and James Atta Peprah},
  year={2012}
}
  • Rosemond Boohene, James Atta Peprah
  • Published 2012
  • Economics
  • The objective of this study was to analyse the factors that influence revenue generation among women in fish processing in coastal Ghana. Primary data was collected using a well structured questionnaire administered on 746 women who process fish in selected communities in Central, Greater Accra and Western Regions. Using weekly revenue as the outcome variable, the multinomial logit regression (MLR) and ordinary least squares (OLS) were used to predict and estimate the correlates of revenue… CONTINUE READING

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