Print ISSN: 2204-1990

Online ISSN: 1323-6903

Keywords : Farmers


Factors influencing Nigerian Farmers’ Adoption of Solar Water Pumps for Agricultural Application.

Mohammed Sani Ibrahim, Dr. OumKumari R.

Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government, 2022, Volume 28, Issue 4, Pages 504-516
DOI: 10.47750/cibg.2022.28.04.036

Farmers in many countries have at their disposal several options to control their energy expenditures of agriculture. One available choice that the farmers have not extensively adopted is the technology of solar energy for generation of electricity. The main objective of this research work was to have an idea of thelevel of farmers’ adoption of solar-powered water pumps and the major factors that influence adoption behavior. The study therefore usedan extended UTAUT model to examine the adoption behavior of farmers regarding solar-powered pumps. A survey was used for the UTAUT model application. The study found that few farmers were found to use solar photovoltaic technology and solar equipment for farming. Decisions of farmers on adoption were found to be influenced by many factors including environmental change, economic benefits, government policies, awareness, costs of technology etc. It was observed that increasing the level of awareness and provision of government policies such as subsidies and incentives to reduce the costs of solar water pumps could increase farmers’ level of adoption. From the results, the authorsinfer that farmers’ lack of knowledge of new farming technologies and schemes resulted in some farmers not investing in solar-powered pumps.
 

DETERMINANTS OF FORMAL CREDIT ACCESSIBILITY OF VIETNAMESE FARMERS: A CASE STUDY INDAK NONG PROVINCE.

PhD. Dat, Nguyen Van

Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government, 2021, Volume 27, Issue 5, Pages 1340-1350
DOI: 10.47750/cibg.2021.27.05.093

Famers are facing a credit constrain which limit them to reinvest on their farming activities. In this
context, formal credit plays a major role in their production. This study employs mixed
methodology including quantitative and qualitative analysis. Theoretical models have been tested
by using analysis of reliability Cronbach’s Alpha, EFA factor analysis, and multiple linear
regression analysis. The findings suggest eight factors which significantly impact the accessibility
to credit of farmers in Dak Nong province. Asset ownership appears to be an important factor as
collateral for their loan applications.

Role Of Music In Farmers’ Protest: A Study

Navpreet Kaur

Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government, 2021, Volume 27, Issue 1, Pages 2546-2553

Music is considered as one of the oldest forms of expression. It is a universal
language which is always used by the educators, students, activists as a way of community
protest against the governments or the authorities. Protesting through the music has
become one of the media where people chooses musical notes as a way be vocal and loud
for the oppression. A way of reaching people at large and where people can be educated,
informed, motivated and to raise consciousness both emotionally and intellectually. The
music is a way of bringing social change and social justice to the society at large.
The paper aims to understand the ability of the music in the on going farmer’s protest in
Delhi against the Centre Government for the New Agriculture bill