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Effect Of Free Market Price On Khat Production On Economic Growth Of Household In West Hararghe Zone, Ethiopia

Volume 5 - Issue 3, March 2022 Edition
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Author(s)
Tamiru Gabusho Ayana
Keywords
Free market, Index, Khat, West Hararghe,
Abstract
The chief determination of this study was to analysis effect free market price of Khat on economic growth of households in west hararghe zone in some woreda. The researchers were used for the methodology of the study adopted the neoclassical growth model to theoretical framework development to identify optimization problem of price liberalization investigating effects of free market on economic growth in some woreda, the researchers used Ordinary Least Square method. The study used ordinary least squares regression and found khat production price liberalization had a significant negative effect on economic growth of households.
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