Binary logistic regression to estimate household income efficiency. (south Darfur rural areas-Sudan)

 
 
 
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    The main objective behind this study is to find out the main factors that affects the efficiency of household income in Darfur rejoin. The statistical technique of the binary logistic regression has been used to test if there is a significant effect of fife binary explanatory variables against the response variable (income efficiency); sample of size 136 household head is gathered from the relevant population. The outcomes of the study showed that; there is a significant effect of the level of household expenditure on the efficiency of income, beside the size of household also has significant effect on the response variable, the remaining explanatory variables showed no significant effects, those are (household head education level, size of household head own agricultural and numbers of students at school).


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    Income efficiency; Household Head (HH); Factors affecting income; Odds Ratio (OR).

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Article ID: 5657
 
DOI: 10.14419/ijasp.v4i1.5657




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