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Far too little is known about the impact of market coordination failures on agrocredit supply arrangements and how agrocredit suppliers are coping with high transaction costs.
This book applies an New Institutional Economics (NIE) approach, principally the Transaction Cost Economics (TCE) theory to first, analyse demand side primary information on the typology of agrocredit borrowers and their demand for agrocredit in relation to their farming systems; and second to analyse the supply side by describing agrocredit transaction arrangements and analyse the impact of transaction costs on preference by agrocredit suppliers for the most efficient transaction cost minimizing transaction arrangements.
This book concludes that neither the markets Credit Transaction Arrangements (CTAs) nor the state CTAs are efficient in minimising all sorts of transaction costs implying that a blend of the private-public partnership is essential in the efficient delivery of agrocredit to smallholder farmers.
Therefore this book should be very helpful to shed some practical insights on the understanding of the structure, conduct and performance of markets in agrarian economies.
Deus Ngaruko holds PhD (Agricultural Development Economics) and Diploma of Agricultural Economics from Imperial College London, University of London–UK; an MSc in Agricultural Economics from Sokoine University of Agriculture-Tanzania and a BSc in Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness from Makerere University-Uganda.
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