Impact on agricultural productivity in Guinea of R&D Investment, Foreign Aid and Climate Change

  title={Impact on agricultural productivity in Guinea of R\&D Investment, Foreign Aid and Climate Change},
  author={Sow Madiou and Yongyu Xue and Ashiq Hussain and Laxmi Khanal},
t: The purpose of this study was to examine the role of foreign aid, climate change and investment in R&D in the agricultural productivity of Guinea. For this purpose, this study assessed the impact of two dimensions of R&D investment (i.e. R&D expenditure and R&D researches), three dimensions of foreign aid (i.e. NDA, aid effectiveness, official aid received) and three dimensions of climate change (i.e. access to electricity, CO2 emission, renewable energy consumption) on the two dimensions of… 

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