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Register and join us at AECON 2023 to learn more about governance, markets, civil society, and institutions!Register and join us at AECON 2023 to learn more about governance, markets, civil society, and institutions!Did you know that cooperatives can make a significant difference in alleviating poverty among farming households?A groundbreaking study by Jimenez et al. (2020) delved into the role of cooperatives in combating poverty among calamansi farming households in Oriental Mindoro, Philippines. The study utilized the Multidimensional Poverty Index (MPI) and Endogenous Switching Regression (ESR), to analyze the impact of cooperative membership on poverty reduction. Here’s what they discovered: The MPI estimates revealed that farmer-members experience multidimensional poverty at a rate of only 1%, while non-members face a significantly higher rate of 11%. This suggests that joining a cooperative has a profound effect on reducing poverty among calamansi farmers. But that’s not all! The study’s ESR model showed that cooperative membership leads to a substantial poverty reduction of 4.44 points when measured using the multidimensional deprivation index. Imagine the positive impact this can have on the lives of farmers and their families! In fact, in a fascinating counterfactual scenario, non-member farmers could have reduced the deprivation index by approximately 19.14 if they had opted to be cooperative members. This showcases the transformative potential of cooperative participation in uplifting livelihoods and fighting poverty.Source: Jimenez, C. D., Mina, C. S., & Catelo, S. P. (2020). Multidimensional Poverty Among Calamansi Farmers in Oriental Mindoro, Philippines: Does Cooperative Membership Matter? Journal of Economics, Management & Agricultural Development. DOI: 10.22004/ag.econ.309438Get ready to expand your horizons and discover the latest insights on governance, markets, civil society, and institutions!Submission guidelines can be accessed thru bit.ly/AECON2023GuideAECON2023 will be held on 19-20 October 2023 via Zoom.Register and submit your papers here: bit.ly/AECON2023SubmitAbstractFor more information, please email the Secretariat at [email protected]Follow us on:twitter: @daAECONinstagram: @uplbdaaecon#aecon2023 See MoreSee Less
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