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International Journal of Food and Agricultural Economics ; 10(2):131-141, 2022.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-1871471


The main objective of our study is to analyse the influence of human capital on agricultural cereal production in the CEMAC countries. To achieve this, we use a set data from World Bank (WDI) publications from the period of 2001 to 2017. These data are analysed by the fixed effects model following the ordinary least squares method. The given results show that an increase of one-unit in the total primary school enrolment variable leads to an increase of a 0.672-unit in cereal production. A one-unit increase in public spending on health leads to a 0.048-unit increase in cereal production. This means that human capital positively influences cereal agricultural production in the CEMAC countries. It is commend that producers be trained and supervised on appropriate seed techniques and that an observatory be set up to monitor and evaluate the training and supervision of farmers.