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Table 5 Factors affecting allocative efficiency of rice production in Northern Uganda

From: Farm level allocative efficiency of rice production in Gulu and Amuru districts, Northern Uganda

Allocative efficiency Coefficient (robust standard error)
District (Gulu) 0.0280** (0.0127)
Marriage dummy (married) − 0.0206 (0.0256)
Household size − 0.0371*** (0.0039)
Experience (years) 0.0001 (0.0005)
Distance to the nearest trading centre 0.0025** (0.0012)
Farm size − 0.0071*** (0.0017)
Number of crop enterprises 0.0119** (0.0053)
Use of hired labour − 0.0388** (0.0170)
Use of ox-plough 0.0409** (0.0173)
Membership to a farmers’ group 0.0073 (0.0144)
Access to credit services − 0.0274* (0.0142)
Constant 0.8683*** (0.0367)
Sigma 0.0874 (0.0067)
F(11, 188) 22.6000
Pseudo R square − 1.0403
Log likelihood 203.6386
N 200
  1. VIF test had mean VIF of 1.26. All the variables in this model had VIF values of less than 3, which is highly acceptable
  2. *10% level of significance
  3. **5% level of significance
  4. ***1% level of significance